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3. Pimp with panellingTiles, of course, aren’t the only medium via which you can introduce some of this colour. Tongue-and-groove panelling, fixed either horizontally, as here, or vertically, is another bathroom-friendly wallcovering, and the bonus is that you can change the colour with a new coat of paint. This super-pale blue-green works well in this small attic space because, even though it continues up to the ceiling, it doesn’t feel heavy or overbearing. In fact, wrapping colour from wall to ceiling when there are slopes like this is a trick that can open up the space, rather than chopping it up with dividing lines.
18. Shower and tub wallsIt’s natural to focus more on the tub floor when doing a light cleaning of the bathroom, but the walls can get just as much soap scum buildup. To maximise the cleaning power of whatever product you like to use, leave it on for at least 10 minutes before scrubbing.19. Bathroom shelvesShampoo, lotions and soaps can leak onto shelves in the medicine cabinet and beneath the sink. Give your bathroom a fresh start by removing all products, wiping down the shelves and returning only the items you use.