If you’re venturing on a bathroom remodel, there are some small things that you must keep in mind to get the best visual and functional results. Here they are:
1. If you’ve got a bath tub
If you’ve decided to go for a bath tub in your bathroom interiors, you’ve got to keep the holistic image of the overall space in mind. Make sure that the bath tub doesn’t look like it’s supposed to be a part of another space. Take the tiled side of the bath tub in this image as an example. The way that it continues to meander along the periphery of the wall makes the overall space feel very wholesome.
2. Splurge on the latest showers
If there is one thing in a bathroom that you should definitely splurge on, that’s the shower paraphernalia. Showering is not just basic hygiene. In fact, for many people it is a very important relaxing ritual of their daily lives. So, go for an eco-friendly high-jet shower for the ultimate bathing experience.
3. Stylish vanities
The vanity is an extremely important part of the bathroom and if you’re going for a customized one, make sure that it stands out. The compact vanity featured in this image is a great example. Lined with tiles at the bottom, the pattern of the lower half immediately lends a visual pop to the classic minimalism of the upper portion. You can go for similar designs in your own bathrooms.
4. Vanity towel holders
Many homeowners install a large towel rack that is usually located either very close to or inside the shower stall. Most of the time it is pushed to the very top – especially in small bathrooms where eye-level space is precious. This is why you have to install a small towel holder beside your vanity, so you can dry your hands and keep the small towel within easy reach at all times.
5. The vanity shelves
A vanity without an over-cabinet shelf is mostly useless. These days, we have a lot of bathroom paraphernalia that has to be kept out of sight. Alternatively, you can also use it as a sort of décor. The vanity top featured in this image is a pretty great example of how you can get the best of both worlds.
6. Define your circulation
The circulation space in your bathrooms has to be clearly defined and ample enough even when you’re working with a small space. Take the example of this bathroom in this image. All of the fixtures have been neatly organized and installed against the wall, so that there is a lot of space in the center for you to move around comfortably.