When it comes to living spaces we dream about, rooms like the kitchen, living room or dining room often come to mind first. Not always do people dream about their bathrooms being fabulous and luxurious. To update the look of your bathroom, you should first evaluate what you want and what you need. An effective bathroom design should address all your needs first. Whether that be physical or spiritual, you should address your needs to have a successful bathroom renovation.
It’s important to wisely select the bathroom fixture that will compliment the rest of the room. Choose fixtures that will match the design and color of your bathroom and will also match all other bathroom decor.
A pedestal sink with graceful lines is more attractive than a blocky cabinet vanity. A classic clawfoot tub is like a bathroom sculpture. Even enclosed in a deck, the simple lines of the lip have an inherent beauty that surpasses most acrylic versions.
Bigger isn’t always better in a bathroom. For most, a giant bathtub is okay because it will offer enough room to stretch out your feet. When choosing a bathtub, make sure that you are comfortable and have your neck supported by the angled back and lip of the bathtub.
Durable flooring can be made from many different elements. Some of the best are made of marble, granite and stone. These tiles will last a lot longer and are typically water resistant. Natural stone tiles allow the homeowner to choose from many different design, color, and size. Stone tiles also allow homeowners to install heating coils to make the hard surface warm on a cold winter’s morning.
If you are lucky enough to have vacant space in your bathroom, use it by putting tall storage in the wall so that it will maximize the vertical storage. This will allow you to save floor space.
Build a modern shower area that doesn’t need a curtain or a door. In addition to well-designed drainage, a ceiling-mounted rain shower head or a high wall mounted shower head that splashes less water will keep the area outside the shower drier.