A bathroom is one room in the home that is always being used at some point. Whether it’s the mad queue in the morning, or to relax in and clean up have a hard day’s work. So it’s important to ensure that when you get the chance to revamp your bathroom you do it properly. This is because not only is this room well used, but it can also add a huge amount of value to a property when done right. With that in mind, I thought I would share with you some of the things you shouldn’t scrimp on when it comes to the family bathroom.
The bath and shower
After the toilet, the bath and shower is the most used element of a bathroom. It can be a place to relax, wake up in the morning or just play when it comes to children’s bath times. So when you get the chance to revamp the bathroom you may want to focus a little attention on this area. You want a bath that is big enough to relax in, but doesn’t dominate the space too much. You want a shower that is powerful and efficient. Thankfully, with a little research online, you should be able to find the perfect for your home. Don’t settle, as often these two elements can make a bathroom more user friendly, but also valuable in the long term.
When you first walk into your bathroom, you want to be drawn to a feature. Much like when you decorate any other room in your home. So the countertops is a great way to add the wow factor to your family bathroom. Not only are countertop basins eye catching, but they can also serve a purpose. Offering much needed space to store those essentials like toothbrushes or deodorants.
The finishing details
If you are spending money on the bathroom, then you may want to give extra thought to those finishing details. This means taking more note of the flooring and tiling options you have. A bathroom can often be a small space that needs to be made bigger, without having to lose any of the essentials you need in there. Good tiling and clever details with colour can ensure that your bathroom looks good while also still being a productive room in your home. In some situations a bathroom doesn’t get too much light, but natural light can be a great way to make a room feel bigger. So try and consider other ways to dress the window space. Think about blinds instead of something more full. The less material used the better.
The heating side of things
Finally, no modern bathroom would be complete without something like a heated towel rail. This takes care of heating and storage of towels in one go so it can be a huge space saver. They also give off a great amount of heat. No one wants to step out of the shower into a cold bathroom. Heated towel rails can provide a bathroom with a modern touch. So it can be worth the investment.
I hope these tips help you when it comes to revamping your family bathroom.