I bought a small two-bedroom house of 78 square meters as a wedding space. I didn't have much experience in decorating first time. My wife listened to designer and made a simple and beautiful decoration style. As in picture, very beautiful. This is a plasterboard ceiling installed by a designer in bathroom. They said that such a ceiling looks good. After seeing it, relatives and friends all said that it is not durable in future, and it is easy to get damp and mold. Does anyone know this? How to avoid it?
In fact, whole decoration, including bathroom, is very beautiful. The 78 square meters house is spacious and bright, and simple and beautiful effect is also very beautiful. The living room is also spacious, but bedroom is a bit small. In hallway, a set of upper and lower shoe cabinets is made, and on right side, a small round stool is placed as a dressing bench, which is very fashionable.
The entrance hall still uses kitchen space, and kitchen itself has been greatly reduced. The installation of glass sliding doors for partition does not affect overall lighting. The solid wood dining table and chairs are elegant American style, with a bouquet of dancing orchids, whole atmosphere is quite high class.
The area of the house is a bit small, but lighting is still very transparent. The dining room has full-wall windows, and convection from living room, space of entire hall is quite grandiose.
The living room is small, house is small, there is no balcony, and large floor-to-ceiling windows provide good light. The three-seat beige fabric sofa is warm and comfortable. The background wall of sofa is uncomplicated in shape, so it is directly decorated with plaster lines. Hanging decorative paintings also have a luxurious feel.
The TV wall is decorated with a maple floor and a white wall. The table is no more.
The bedroom has a curved viewing balcony, which is connected directly. The bedroom is also spacious. There is little space in bedroom. There is almost no other place for a set of wardrobes, but view is good. Sitting on balcony Reading a book on sofa will be very comfortable.
I don't think I'll have a baby yet. My wife has always wanted a dressing room. The rest of room just happens to be very small, so I just filled it with lockers and used it as a walk-in closet, ie. pretty practical.
The bathroom originally had a dry and wet layout, with all washbasins in an outside aisle that was directly connected, saving a lot of wall space. I am very pleased with elongated table top design and construction. mirror cabinet. The most important thing is plasterboard ceiling. Although it is a waterproof drywall, but more I think about it, more I think that it is not practical. It will be ugly if it is damp and moldy in Future. Does anyone have advice?