What to Consider Before Renovating Your Bathroom

Renovating your bathroom can improve your home and life in a few ways. The bathroom is one of the most important spaces in the home, but also one that can become worn and dated over time. Renovating this space will give you a much nicer space, it will add value to your property and could even improve your mental health. It will also help you to take pride in your home when guests come over. There are a few key considerations with this type of project – read on to find out what they are.

Make Sure You Plan Properly

First, you need to spend time making a plan for your bathroom. You need to think about the position of the key areas, such as the toilet, sink and shower and then work around these areas. You do not want to create a cramped and chaotic bathroom, so less is more in this space. You also need to work out how much you are willing to spend on the project and consider how you will fund the project whether this is with savings, paying on a credit card, equity release etc.

Try Before You Buy

When it comes to the key features of the bathroom, you want to make sure that you are getting items that will be suitable. This is why it is always a good idea to visit a bathroom showroom so that you can see toilets, bathtubs, showers and sinks in person. You should even sit in the bath and on the toilet so that you know exactly what you are getting before you splash out.

Use Lighting & Mirrors to Create Space

The bathroom should be an area that feels spacious and bright, but this is a challenge for many with small spaces. Fortunately, you can use a clever interior design trick with the use of bright lights and mirrors to create the illusion of light. Having bright overhead lighting and large mirrors can make a huge difference to the bathroom and make it a bright, spacious and appealing area.

Factor in Storage

You should also factor in storage before renovating work begins. The best bathrooms are the ones that have intelligent storage solutions that fit in with the design of the space. Shallow cabinets hidden in a stud bay and mirrored medicine cabinets are a few ideas for built-in storage that can work with the design while giving you enough storage to prevent clutter.

Hopefully, this post will be useful and help you to renovate your bathroom and create a stylish, practical and calming space. 

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