Are you amazingly tidy,have stunning,color coordinated clothes and iron like a god/goddess?If so,you might opt for open storage or state of the art cupboards with interior lighting so your clothes will be on display_but you “ll need to a cupboard or chest of drawers for those little things that aren’t perhaps so decorative!
The term ‘wood panelling’ may bring to mind dark and dusty old libraries, but in bathroom environment, it is typically blonde-wood tongue-and-groove that is used. Tongue-and-groove has an organic and simple feel and is associated with a robust, outdoorsy aesthetic. Leaving knotty pinewood, for example, in its naked state creates a very raw and natural looking bathroom.
As wood has to be protected from moisture, paint can be used instead of varnish to seal it. Choose a glass or stain version that is specific to wood and will resist damp conditions. Color choices are extensive, though white is always popular, and aqueous blues and greens often feature, especially in marine themed bathrooms.
Tongue-and -groove is commonly applied to mid- or even three quarter height on the walls, but can be over powering if used too extensively. Although, it is cost effective way of covering expanses of wall, be restrained and reserve it for small sections, such as behind the bath, and even for the box surround.
Modernists have abandoned gently old fashioned tongue-and-groove in favor of veneers of rich cherrywood, grained oak and patterned walnut that are securely fixed to walls and sealed with water proof lacquer. Equally striking are panels of tropical hardwoods, like iroko and teak. But these water resistant woods doesn’t come cheap and need occasional re-sealing if they are used close to water. If all possible, be environmentally responsible and make sure your wood has been sourced from sustainable forests.