I have a long, narrow bathroom (vanity, toilet, shower stall in a
series). It is kind of plain so I thought I would put up some small
bed molding as crown molding.
Would the effect be to enlarge or shrink the room? Pull the ceiling
down or raise it? I would go with neutral wall colors, white trim, and
I won't do it if it will have an odd visual effect.
Hi Buck, From a female's point ov view, it sounds a little cold. I
just think the crown alone wouldn't change much. If you want to change
the feeling of having the long bathroom, you could try breaking up the
walls with some chair rail and either some wallpaper or paint that
will take away from plain walls. If you're just thinking of a few
touches to spruce things up, concider using a border or stenciling
below the crown and painting the crown a complimentary color of
whichever you do. Maybe I'm going a little over what you're thinking
but you can find great deals at the wallpaper stores in the bargain
bins, especially since you're not doing a huge room. All you need is a
free afternoon to get it done! Good luck!
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