New Design Models Of Bathroom Renovation
Display old bathroom will seem boring, if there is no idea to do something to make them appear new. Views bad will force you to assess and modify the design becomes a beautiful view. If you are thinking then do renovations mature quickly and make sure the most important parts of the bathroom do not forget to do the repair. Remodeling a bathroom is one of the most important decisions made in the aesthetics of a home. Make the wrong choices and one can end up with a bathroom that doesn’t look like it belongs in the house, or a layout that is clunky and choppy. Here are some tips to help avoid common pitfalls that exist in poor design and execution.
Ample Bathroom Lighting
A well designed bathroom will have plenty of lighting. The last thing anyone wants is a bathroom where it is difficult to look in a mirror and properly groom. This should include a good ceiling light or possible a few can lights. Keep in mind that can lights tend to produce a downward shadow and it may be necessary to install lighting over the mirror to get a more even lighting of the face.
When remodeling a bathroom make sure that there are not too many walls. Bathroom design from the 70’s always has a separate water closet for the toilet and sometimes a separate space for the vanity. The result is a very disjointed, sometimes claustrophobic space. Unless the space is the size of a bedroom we recommend keeping the room open to prevent the space from becoming cave like in appearance.
This should be a no brainer. Do not paint a bathroom in dark colors. Dark colors are very difficult to pull off in a house without lots of light and open walls. Not typical of most bathrooms. The bathroom will look dramatically smaller than it would normally. A definite resell killer. Instead focus on lighter colors and consider even colors that illicit happy thoughts.
Layout is another important aspect of any bathroom design. A poor layout can put the sink too close to a door or the toilet to closet to the tub. Make sure and install a tub that will work in the space. Do not install a large jacuzzi tub if it will take up too much room. The vanity is another important consideration. Many think they have to have the 6 foot vanity with 2 sinks because that is what they grew up with. This may not work well in the given space if the bathroom is small and may create space issues that result in a cramped feeling.
Tiles can make or break the appearance of a bathroom. Cheap tile on sale from the local hardware store is going to look cheap. Consider something that looks nice and does not overpower the bathroom. Also make sure that the tile or stone is suited for a wet area and will not become discolored from water or soap over time. Scale is also a consideration. Very large tiles tend to look strange in a small bathroom. Grout lines should be kept tight to reduce maintenance.
A good window is important in any bathroom and needs some attention to make sure it will last. If the window is going to be changed out and is going over the tub/ shower make sure and get something that is impervious to water such as a vinyl window. Frosted glass is another possibility to allow light in and yet maintain privacy. Glass blocks can also accomplish this