Bathroom. Tuesday , February 06th , 2018 - 16:24:40 PM
Luxurious Bath Tub: Make it so that your master bathroom feels like a spa every time you take a bath by installing a jetted or deep soaking-style tub. While homeowners enjoy oversized tubs for their comfort and special features, such tubs carry the added bonus of increasing the home's resale value. Fogless Mirror: Eliminate the annoyance of exiting your daily hot shower and having to wait for your bathroom mirror to de-fog. Windows: Adding in a bay window to look out of from your sunken tub can bring beauty to any master bath. Skylight installation is a nice way to bring in natural sunlight and allow your bathroom to be more energy efficient. Vanities: Whether you want a single or shared vanity is your decision!
While many bathrooms have laminate or solid surface countertops, tiles of all shapes and styles are the pick of the day. For any variety of looks and durability, choose glass, ceramic, stone or metal tiles. You can also scatter hand painted or embossed tiles at intervals on a wall to create texture and color. At present, bathroom taps for sinks and showers come in a variety of shapes, materials and designs to choose from. Although they look expensive, they fit most bathroom budgets. The popular bathroom budget taps are made of steel while some look elegant with ceramic knobs. If your bathroom is small and you want to save on space and money opt for a bathtub fitted with shower instead of separate shower cubicle.
Nothing makes a bathroom look smaller than clutter. Such things as towels on the counter, a magazine rack next to the toilet, statues, and bulky pictures should be reserved for larger rooms in the home. This also includes the bathtub itself. Shampoo bottles and soaps should be kept off the showers edges and instead stored in an accessible place that's out of view. One of the best solutions for storage is cabinets, especially recessed cabinets that are imbedded directly into the wall. This gives the bathroom extra space because it utilizes the area behind the bathroom itself. Cabinets and vanities that stick out are huge space wasters, so replacing those alone will do wonders for the perceived spacial elements of your bathroom.
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