What To Consider Before Renovating Your Bathroom

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Do you think that you bathroom now is an old-school-designed one and you want to renovate it? An effective bathroom design should address all your needs, physical and spiritual. Here are some tips you should consider before renovating your bathroom.

  1. First up, it’s important to compile a list of must-haves and desires when revamping the bathroom. The essentials such as a good-sized bath and extensive storage need to be in the budget breakdown, while splurges like a rain shower or underfloor heating need to be adjusted when the final costing is completed.
  1. Consider your options

Home centers have a limited selection of vanities and tops in the store, and special order can take a long time for delivery, so you can take a look at other sources if you want to buy something for your new bathroom. It is possible that you can contact bathroom renovators Coogee to give you advice on what you need. Local independent suppliers who specialize in natural stone have a wide selection of tops in a wide range of colors and sizes.

  1. Hang a stylish mirror

One beautifully framed mirror over a sink is more attractive than many surfaces covered with mirror. Supplement it with a wall-mounted adjustable makeup mirror, and consider installing a lighted, mirrored shaving niche in your shower stall.

  1. Build a shower area

Consider building an open-concept shower area that will not need a door or curtain or door and is less confining than a standard shower stall. In addition to well-designed drainage, a ceiling-mounted rain showerhead and/or a high wall-mounted showerhead that splashes less water will keep the area outside the shower drier.

  1. Design lighting that works

Good lighting is important. Combine halogen pot lights with wall sconces beside or over the mirror for lighting with no shadows. Always install dimmers. You should to plan it early so if there are any problems, you can run new cable before there is any damages occur.

  1. Buy a quality toilet

When buying a toilet, you don’t need to pay a big amount of money but you have to assure that it is a good quality one. Models with elongated bowls and seats are usually most comfortable.

  1. Call a pro

If you think that it is a big job that you cannot handle alone, don’t afraid to ask for a helping hand like Traditional Bathrooms. You may need help with several things like in-floor heating controls and moving drain lines.

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