If you’re in the process of renovating your bathroom you should be aiming to create a soothing and a calming atmosphere. To do that you need to make use of the best and most elegant fittings, couple them with a good selection of colours and you have cracked it. By thinking of everything about the design and the lighting of the bathroom you will create the bathroom of your dreams. I have listed below 7 facts you will want to take into consideration when planning your bathroom restoration:
Bathroom Fixtures and Fittings
Bathroom fixtures and fittings are to be found in a variety of sizes and shapes, so you might want to take your time and have a look both online and offline for those that are will fit in with your theme. A square vanity cupboard can often be avoided by having a more modern and refined pedestal bathroom sink which will have a more refined shape. In vogue at the moment is the classic free standing or claw footed bath, which always creates a stunning focal feature.
When refurbishing your bathroom you need to consider a waterproof and durable flooring. The most commonly used materials are stone, marble and ceramic tiles, which all can give your bathroom that air of exuberance. Alternatively you may choose to have, hardwood, cork tiles or a linoleum flooring. The hardwood and cork tiles must be well sealed prior to use. Hardwood and cork will give a greater level of natural warmth than the stone or ceramic tiles.
Utilise All Available Space
If your bathroom is on the small side then you need to utilise the space that you have efficiently. Going for a tall and if possible recessed cabinet will make maximum use of the space available. Also you can utilise the space under the sink with a small vanity unit there. There are a lot more options for bathroom vanity units so you should be able to find a shelving or vanity unti that will fit in with the size and shape of your bathroom.
Your DIY Skills
When it comes to the task of installing the new fixtures and fittings for your renovated bathroom you need to consider your DIY skillset. Not only do you need to have the right equipment for the tasks at hand. But you also need to be well versed in how the equipment works. Tasks such as replacing or making changes to your plumbing and tiling can be quite difficult for the beginner at DIY, and can also be costly if done badly. If you skills are not there then it would be advisable to utilise the services of a professional tilers or bathroom fitters Leeds like Best Property Development.
At the end of the day if you want to ensure that your bathroom restoration is competed to a high standard then you need to firstly plan what you want to do. Decide which of the jobs are within your scope to do them yourself and which of the jobs you will need professional help with.