When you first start thinking about bathroom renovation, it can be pretty confusing. You have no idea where to start, what fixtures, furniture and materials to buy and how to go about it. In this post, we have prepared some bathroom renovation ideas and tips to help you get started with your project.
When you plan bathroom renovation, you can start with the flooring. If you need to change that, you need to select durable flooring material, which are suitable for a bathroom and will last for years to come. Ceramic, marble and stone tiles are all excellent choices. They are strong and water-resistant, which makes them a great choice for bathroom flooring. If you want your bathroom floor to be warm in the cold winter days, you can install subfloor heating coils under the tiles. If you want to use more natural materials in your bathroom renovation, we suggest choosing hardwood flooring. If it’s well sealed, it will provide natural warmth and resist scratches.
To give your bathroom a stylish and modern look, choose some elegant fixtures. For example, a pedestal sink with artistic shape will look more appealing than a chunky cabinet vanity. A classic, claw-foot bathtub will look like an elegant bathroom sculpture. A minimalist bathtub, enclosed in a deck is another beautiful option. But before you buy a bathtub, sit in it to make sure it will be comfortable. For most people, a 60-inch bathtub works just fine. Make sure it provides enough space to stretch out, a secure foothold and neck support.
If the space in your bathroom is limited, consider buying tall cabinets, which will maximize the vertical storage space and save some floor space. If you have a recess in the wall, you can place the cabinet there or buy some shelves, which will hold all the necessary items. If you choose a cabinet, make sure it’s at least three inches deep and its door can open easily.
When you have done the flooring, walls, bought and installed the fixtures and furniture, finish your bathroom renovation with some elegant decorative items. Place a beautifully framed mirror over the sink and see if you can find a place for a floor vase or a small sculpture.