Bathroom planning essential
Abathroom is often overlooked when it comes to designing or decorating your new home. Essential planning from the initial stages of your house’s development can make your bathroom both a room that is easy on the eye and simple to look after on a daily basis.
A bathroom should be the epitome of hygiene and cleanliness. Shiny surfaces and neat tiling should make up the bulk of the bathroom look.
A bathroom does not necessarily need to be large but the bigger you make it, the more options you have.
A free standing bath can be the focal point of a bathroom but this requires a large amount of space.
Storage space is important to incorporate into the room for items such as spare towels, toilet paper and toiletries that are better off hidden.
A fresh and funky colour scheme should be chosen to really enhance your bathroom’s potential.
A colour palette of black and white is modern and does not date as quickly as other colour options.
Splashes of bright and bold colours can be integrated into the bathroom through small accessories such as towels and face clothes that are cheap to change when you tire of them.
Nowadays people are too busy to spend time in the bath and opt for a quick shower instead.
Installing water jets in your bath could be just the encouragement you need to make time in your hectic lifestyle to relax and enjoy a long soak in the tub.
The increasing popularity of this luxury makes water jets more affordable and has become a regular request for newly built homes.
When designing an en suite, the option of having two sinks, one for him and one for her, is desirable but depends on space constraints.
It’s an option worth keeping in mind, particularly for a working couple who use sink facilities at the same time of the day.
A towel heater is now more than just a novelty purchase.
They have become one of the most popular items to be put in bathrooms and are neat in appearance, only taking up wall space, so can be placed in bathrooms of every size.
It is expensive to decorate your bathroom so make the right decisions from the start to ensure that you do not redecorate for a number of years.