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As we already said if your home had the heart and soul it would be your kitchen and bathroom. Since, we have already covered kitchen design in the blog post available below, it’s now time for bathroom.
And both are equally important. Is there anything better than having a nice shower or long bath after long week in your perfectly designed bathroom? I guess not. If you don’t like your bathroom you should definitely change it.
Just like in case of kitchens, bathrooms are not so easy either. There are so many questions to answer. Like what kind of tiles should you choose? What colour? Should you go for a bathtub or a shower will do? Or maybe recently very popular wetroom is a right choice?
We got you. And we’re here to help.
We have prepared this infographic you can find below to make the whole process as easy as it can get. Plus we have added additional information to answer some of the questions you might have. Stick with us!
Bathrooms can be very tricky. Hence, on top of the above five steps you need to think of few more things. One of them and probably also the most important one is to expect the unexpectable.
I cannot tell you how often we came across various hidden problems, that effectively slowed down the entire process. It can be anything from plaster that is falling apart, through tiles laid on cement (not adhesive) to inefficient plumbing system for the new bathroom fixtures.
Plan ahead and give yourself some extra time for the whole project. Wouldn’t hurt to put few quid aside as well.
This one is a supplement to point number five from our infographic. As said before no one is going to dance there, but why not making it as spacious and functional as it can be? Especially in case of small bathrooms.
Of course it’s a challenge!
But sometimes moving a toilet from one side to another can make for a huge difference. Plus even in small bathrooms you can install some wall cabinets to organise your cosmetics, cleaning products, etc.
The final advise we could give is to think whether you really need a new bathroom. Simple things like re-grouting, changing a sink, tap and mirror plus few minor changes, combined with finishing touches can work like magic.
This way you can freshen it up without spending a fortune. You have to remember that new bathroom is quite a big and expensive project.
It can be quite a headache too. Depending on the design and works involved it can take some time and you won’t be able to use your bathroom normally. If you are in doubt drop us a line at email@example.com.
We will try to propose a tailored and optimal solution just for you. And free of charge if you would need one.
Right, so hopefully you have gone through all five steps from our infographic. And you have also learnt about the factors to consider when planning a bathroom from the above paragraph.
Now, you can finally move to the next phase and bring your ideas to life. If you need more help or you are just a fan modern, high-tech solutions, we have good news.
We have prepared a list of three best bathroom design apps for iOS and Android.
You can find them below, so be sure to check them out. Honestly speaking, you can’t go wrong with their help. Good luck!
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