Bernice Koch. Bathroom. January 24th , 2018.
When you are executing your bathroom ideas, you need to use the space wisely and keep the fixtures and fittings in proportion to the size of the room. If you are fitting a small bathroom, there are sinks designed specifically to suit the purpose. Ceramic is by far the most sought after and affordable material used in the manufacture of sinks, and it is the most hygienic and durable. Provided you take good care of it, it will still look as good as new even after a decade. Stylish alternatives such as glass or steel will need more work to keep them looking good. Stone and marble may look fantastic but it will definitely blow the budget.
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!
Have fun with fabric. Fabric is your best friend when it comes to changing the look of your bathroom. Rather than getting caught up in a costly bathroom remodel, consider a new shower curtain or window valance. Or, look for coordinate sets of towels and rugs to add a little color and style to your bathroom. Install new hardware. If your cabinets are in good shape, there is no need to replace them. Rather, consider purchasing new hardware to enhance the look of your bathroom.
Mirrors can literally double the perceived space of a room, so a big mirror is absolutely essential for a small bathroom. This is the only case where bigger is better, so look for a mirror whose size borders on being excessive to the space allotted to it. The color of the walls is also extremely important. Dark colors prevent light from reaching the corners of the wall, so it is best to select light colors whenever possible. For a small bathroom, white is ideal. But certain shades of blue, yellow, and lavender also offer an element of depth not possible with darker colors.
In working with a small area, planning each aspect of the remodel is critical. You will want to ensure every decision fits with all other choices and decisions. Any mistakes in choosing items you will use in your remodel or colors will be exaggerated in a small bathroom. Begin with your budget. Know how much you can spend, because you will almost certainly need to compromise in selecting fixtures and other materials. Then, set priorities for your design and the materials. For example, is it more important to have a spa shower or to have a heated floor?
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