Bathroom Designs

This practical space takes top priority when it comes time to remodel  . Choosing a brand-new look isn’t always easy.  The right bathroom design will make the comfortable space that meets your family's needs.

Important areas to consider when designing your new bathroom:

Layout Options. 

Your best layout will depend on the amount of space you have to work with and the needs of your household.

Shower Base.

When it comes to your shower base, there are three main options: polymarble, tiled, and a shower over bath. Polymarble bases have been a familiar site in bathrooms for the last 50 years. They are easy to clean, solid, durable and attractive, plus, they can be molded into a huge range of shapes and sizes. Tiled bases give you the stylish look of a tiled floor, while being structurally sound and completely waterproof.

Shower Screen.

Your shower screen plays a big part in the overall feel of your bathroom, so it’s important it ties in with the other features. Whether you go for semi-frameless, fully frameless, single glass screen, or even no screen, it can add a classic, modern or luxurious look.

Plumbing Fittings.

Although it may not be the first thing that springs to mind when imagining your new bathroom, your tap ware is a great opportunity to make a statement. There’s an abundance of options. From classic to modern, minimal to elaborate, you’re bound to find the perfect style to suit your taste. Your choice of color is important too – silver, gold and bronze are traditional choices, but in recent times, black has been a sought-after choice.

Vanity.

With the amount of stunning designs available, it’s easy to fall into the trap of choosing a vanity purely on its good looks. And while this is obviously a factor, your focus should be on how you intend to use it. Do you need two basins? Large drawers? Or extra bench top space? You’ll also need to decide on whether you want a wall-mounted vanity or one that sits on the floor, what type of mirror you’ll include and the style of basin.

Wall Tiles.

When considering tiles, you need to choose a color, finish, and size that fits with your design. Once you’ve picked your tiles, the next step is to decide on the wall height. The standard option for modular designs is one meter in height, but you can opt to upgrade to floor to ceiling if you wish.

Think Ahead.

 It’s a good idea to look beyond your household’s current needs and think ahead to what might be beneficial in the future. Things like a walk-in shower, a wider doorway, a hand-held shower head, and grab rails may all be essential for your comfort and accessibility in the years to come.

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