It’s a great time of year to get jobs done around the home. Whether you’re looking to sell your home or you’re thinking of renovating your property at some point in the near future, it’s often worth researching which big changes will make a difference to the value of your home but most importantly to the day-to-day quality of your life.
Research shows that a sparkly new bathroom can make a dramatic difference to the worth of your house, as well as how it makes you feel when you use it. If your bathroom is old and dingy, you’re less likely to enjoy it and reap the benefits of what a beautiful, comfortable bathroom can offer you.
After all, it’s where you start and finish each day. You wake up, use the toilet, wash your hands, take a shower, brush your teeth, style your hair, and are out of the door. Before going to bed, you use the loo, wash your hands, brush your teeth, remove makeup, wash your face or take a bath, apply creams and moisturizers and are then ready for bed.
Are you looking for luxurious as well as affordable? Practical, but also classy? If you wish to revamp your new bathroom here are a few handy tips to consider:
Plan a layout and stick to it. Avoid making unnecessary changes to your existing bathroom layout — the fewer alterations you make, the lower your plumbing costs will be. If you do need to move some key elements, then at least keep the toilet close enough to connect to the existing soil pipe.
What’s your style? Traditional? Modern? Classical? Does the theme need to match the rest of your home? Once you’ve decided, you’re off to a good start.
To ensure the hot and cold pipes and waste are in the correct positions, you need to choose all sanitaryware before plastering or tiling. Specify everything before first-fix stage, as leaving key decisions until the sales are on can mean expensive alterations.
So what makes for the perfect bathroom? A survey shows that beautiful bathroom tiles and good grouting are one of the most important aspects of a bathroom to us. There’s nothing better than new, clean tiles and, at the moment, mixing patterns, textures and colours are all the rage. When picking your tile style, go for what you love, but also what you know you’ll love for years to come.
There is nothing worse than a lifeless, dribbly shower to give you a hopeless and pathetic start to the day. 70% of people say that showers are the most important part of a bathroom. You can find quiet shower pumps for sale at Pump Sales Direct to get the shower that you deserve.
Use large mirrors to make a small bathroom feel lighter and more spacious – a frameless mirror covering the whole of one wall is very effective. If you’d like to avoid misting up after showers and baths, fit heated pads behind the mirror.
Nothing can ruin a nice new room faster than clutter, so don’t forget about bathroom storage. Use storage furniture and baskets to keep everything out of sight (apart from your posh toiletries of course). Fitted furniture offers the chance to achieve a coordinated finish but remember to include it in your layout plan.
Although there’s a lot to think about, don’t be scared to take on the challenge! Enjoy your shiny new bathroom!
I couldn’t agree more with those tips you shared. Thanks 🙂
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Great tips here Rebecca!
As a makeup lover, the bathroom is one of the most important rooms in my house. I need good lighting and space so that I don’t end up leaving the house with an orange face from ill-matched foundation! Natural lighting is key. I love the mirrors tip – big mirrors really do open a room up so well!
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Bathrooms are an essential part of our home. Thanks for such a nice blog.
tiling, is by far, the best option for bathroom especially for walls… good write though
Flooring is an essential part of the house and it helps raise the market value of your property as well, so the materials used are as well important.
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Nice Blog! The line which attracts me more is the ” you need to choose all sanitaryware before plastering or tiling.”
Informative blog, thanks for sharing and keep up blogging.
Yes, you can maintain your bathroom by yourself only if it is constructed well by a professional builder.
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