Bathroom / June 20, 2018 / Gaetane Noemi.
Don’t change a layout just for the sake of it. If it works well for you, keep it. It’s a much cheaper option, too, as moving waste and water pipes can be expensive.
Mirrored cabinets will allow for you to store products, as well as charge toothbrushes and electric razors. Niche storage in the walls will also ensure that you can store bottles discreetly when in the shower.
As you have already seen the choice of colours are influenced by many factors – social, environmental and person. So, while selecting bathroom paint colours, don’t go by the trends alone. Consider how comfortable would you feel to spend time in a bathroom painted with such colours. Keep in mind the purpose of the project. You are about to decorate a space that needs to be very relaxing. Ensure your chosen colour scheme makes you feel so.
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.
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