If you are planning shelves for storage in your new bathroom, consider building shelves that are recessed into the wall. These shelves can be either framed with trim or left unframed. Or you can add doors to keep things on the shelves dust free. In a small bathroom, doors with glass or frosted glass doors will make the room appear more spacious than solid wood doors (and frosting creates enough blurring that you don’t need to be quite as neat). You can use the shelves strictly for storage or you can mix storage and display of decorative items. If you cannot or do not want to build recessed shelves, you might consider installing glass shelves. Because they are clear and reflect light, they do not make the room look smaller, as wood shelves might do.
When choosing a color patter for wall decoration, one must keep in mind the contrast color pattern in conjunction with the ambient lighting. Generally a widely accepted color plan is in a light color background such a cream white or ash grey and this is contrasted with dark colors. Those colors can be dark brown or matte black. Now that we have a contrast combination like this, it would be pertinent to place the dark colors in small packets like decoration shelves or painting that have a dull feel to them and have black matted frames.