When it comes to remodelling your bathroom, you want to make sure you create an environment that screams relaxation and is fit for purpose. Doing your research before jumping straight in is essential.
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Making sure you have browsed through various bathrooms designs can help you decide on your bathroom remodeling and make sure you are happy with the final design. You can even consider adding extra space by expanding into another room.
Bathrooms in general benefit from a light color that gives the room a sense of space and calm. The last thing you want is for it to be too busy. This could end up being distracting when it comes to relaxing in the bath after a long day, or even early mornings when you’re not quite awake.
Sticking to a simple colour scheme in paler shades such as whites, pale greys and pastel colours will work better and help create a more relaxing vibe.
Bath or Shower?
Do you want one or the other? Or both? Depending on the space you have available to you, you might be able to remodel your bathroom to have a separate bath and shower instead of having to step into the bath when using the shower.
A high-spec walk-in shower with an overhead shower coming from the ceiling is the ultimate in bathroom luxury. Creating a hotel-style bathroom at home is something most people want to emulate. Look online for bathroom ideas if you are struggling to imagine your dream bathroom and how to create the look you are after.
For example, swap a regular bath for a whirlpool jacuzzi for the ultimate relaxation experience.
A fully tiled bathroom is easier to keep clean and can help protect the room from damp issues. Making sure you have sufficient ventilation, of course, is essential. But when it comes to an easy to clean, fuss-free bathroom, you should consider a fully tiled bathroom. Floors and walls. Although this isn’t a necessity, you should consider this is you are having an open shower as opposed to a closed-in cubicle shower unit installed.
Or if you are having a shower over a bath too. This will protect the walls from the water and maintain the structural integrity of your home.
Cabinets and Accessories.
You will be wanting somewhere to store all of your toiletries and bathroom cleaning products. So when you design your new bathroom, make sure to add in some cabinets to give you functional yet beautifully crafted storage space. How about adding a wall-length unit around your sinks with shelving space for all your bathroom items and towels, discreetly hidden behind flush doors.
Speaking of towels, a heated towel rail will take away those cold feelings after getting out of a hot bath or shower. Choose a decorative wall fixture that is functional and fits in seamlessly with your new bathroom style.