Bathroom / June 23, 2018 / Elie Ignace.
Popular bathroom colours of all times include white, shades of grey, blue, beige, taupe, pistachio and lavender. From pale to charcoal grey a variety of shades are used in conjunction with white to decorate the interior of the bathroom. This trend is most common in Scandinavian design inspired homes as well as the contemporary bathroom.
It’s also a good idea to visit a local bathroom showroom for advice, as its designers will have plenty of experience in maximising space while at the same time minimising costly mistakes.
Deciding on a budget in advance means you can prioritise where to spend and where to save. And the good news is that it doesn’t have to cost thousands to create a spa feel. Invest in just one beautiful piece, such as a freestanding bath and show it off against a more budget-conscious backdrop. Bear in mind you also need to allocate some money to practical elements. You might need a larger water tank if you are planning a rainfall shower, and a water softener can be a smart idea to prevent the build-up of limescale.
Finally, bear in mind how your needs might change in the years to come. Just because you don’t need a bath in your life right now. it might not always be the case. Your family might grow, or indeed you might be selling, in which case a bath will have broader appeal.
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