Bathroom / July 1, 2018 / Gaetane Noemi.
This will largely be dictated by your budget. Some bathroom companies offer a turn-key solution, with everything from planning and installation to decorating included in the price. While this isn’t the cheapest option, it can repay in terns of the speed and ease of your project. Alternatively you can design the space yourself, buy your own fittings, and hire a plumber or builder to work to your plan. While you have to ensure you get the layout right, and it will take more time to source products, it should work out cheaper in the long run.
Surfaces make or break a bathroom: there’s little that feels more dated than cruddy, worn-out vinyl. One current trend is for graphic ceramics – say, a patchwork of decorative geometrics or a striking hexagonal design. You’ll achieve maximum impact with a floor-to-wall seamless feature, but you can also opt for a feature wall or floor. Think about your room proportions before choosing your tiles. Very decorative designs can be too busy for a small space, whereas they could be an ideal way to add interest and warmth to a large bathroom.
Before you select good colours for small bathrooms or the more spacious ones, take some out to put your plan on paper. You can draw simple sketches of your bathroom. Use the colour you actually intend to introduce in the bathroom. You may use coloured pens or crayons for that. See how it looks on paper. Consider ordering samples of paints of your chosen shade before purchasing the required quantity. Apply the colour on the wall and see how it looks. If you are satisfied with it proceed with your order. Otherwise, consider changing it.
I would suggest that you consider having different levels of lighting. Then, if you’re taking a late-night trip to the bathroom, you can turn on the low level lighting without waking up others – or yourself – too much! Some of the lighting could be operated by a motion sensor, meaning there is no fumbling around for a light switch.
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