Bathroom Renovation Six Top Tips
Bathroom Renovation: Top Six Tips
Bathroom renovation is usually expensive, so decisions should be final or else another mound of money gets spent. Projects like these are usually done within a budget, and being half-hearted on anything usually isn't good for anybody working on it, especially on their pockets. So, how should the renovation of the bathroom be undertaken? Here are the top 6 factors that you might want to consider, during and after the project:
- Themes are only affective if you are to stick with the theme until the very end. There is nothing worse than a project that could’ve been so perfect, only if the people who worked on it have stuck with what it’s really supposed to be. Of course, budget is something to consider. But a theme should be chosen depending on the budget, meaning that it should be done even before the project starts.
- Wall paint is a good thing to invest in. The right color scheme is a fundamental factor that in short makes or breaks the contrast within the bathroom. Nicely colored rooms always have the highest face values. Lighter colors are the popular choice for bathrooms since they make rooms look larger than they really are. If investing on new paint on the walls, why not do the same for the ceilings? Go for a color even lighter than the walls if you want the room to have an even larger feel.
- New bath essentials could make the bathroom look very different. Towels and bath mats are great features to buy, especially when on a budget.
- Save space, but add functionality. This might seem a little contradicting since adding functionality normally means adding furniture. Creative minds, however, think not. Overhead storage spaces are great examples. Put these above the toilet and sink and it will instantly turn into a great way to save space and add functionality.
- Newer toilets, showers, tubs and sinks could help you save money. Some of these newer bathroom elements are much more efficient than older models. Modern Toilets whilst flushing give off lower amounts of water, which in turn could literally help you lower your water consumption to more than a thousand litres per year, without you feeling or seeing the difference.
- Removing and renewing furnishings and furniture aren't the only things to do in bathroom renovation projects. The organization and the rearrangement of furniture and other items inside the room should be able to give the bathroom a more flowing feel to it. Organized toiletries give a hygienic feel. Make sure to clean up and de-clutter the room after the project’s been finished.
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