Your bathroom is one of the most used spaces in your house. Unfortunately, the constantly wet and moist environment doesn’t bode well for this space. After some time, sedimentation and molds could creep up on you. Fixtures can also become outdated fast. If you want to liven up the space, you could make a few changes, from installing a full bathroom vanity to changing to a smart commode. Here are five helpful tips to ensure you’ve got a great bathroom remodeling project.
The faucet is one of the most commonly used fixtures in the bathroom. And since it stays front and center, a new faucet can instantly beautify the look of both your seek and vanity. If you’re not replacing the sink, make sure your new faucet has the same number of mounting holes as the existing one. You must also select a finish that complements your vanity hardware and rods. There are many faucet styles to choose from so take our time selecting. If you want a statement piece, a faucet with pronounced knobs and a higher spout will offer an amazing visual treat.
Replace the Vanity
You can readily switch up the look and feel of your entire bathroom with a stunning 900mm bathroom vanity. This usually comes in various styles, so you are bound to find a design that matches your needs and preferences. Vanities also allow you to mix and match the different base and countertop materials with your chosen sink style. Just carefully select the piece to find a perfect vanity fit for your bathroom. If you want uniformity, try matching the vanity’s base colour with the other elements in the room. If you want something that’s a bit more bold and vibrant, pick a colorful vanity and pair it with a unique sink. Notably, sinks and faucets are usually not included with vanities, so double-check the specifications so you won’t be disappointed.
Upgrade the Hardware
If you want an easy facelift that requires not much expenditure, replace your bathroom hardware. You only need a screwdriver to replace hardware such as towel bar, curtain rods, toilet paper holders, hand towel rings, robe holders, and vanity handles. This project is something you can readily DIY. Though the change may seem minute, choosing unique and visually-appealing fixtures can go a long way in sprucing up your bathroom’s appearance. To create consistency, designers recommend matching the finishes in all your hardware.
Make Room for a New Toilet
The toilet is one among the most used seats in the house, so it deserves attention. Don’t overlook your toilet, especially if it has served you well for years. Most people forget to replace this when they remodel. Keep in mind, the look, bowl shape, type, and height of your faucet can have an immense impact on your bathroom. Make it a priority to find a commode that compliments your space and ascertain this fixture doesn’t get forgotten in the renovation. Besides, replacing the old with a more modern toilet is economical because the modern ones come with water-saving features. If you don’t have the budget for the whole fixture, replacing the worn-out seats will do wonders.
Work on the Lighting
Finally, the right lighting can help liven up your bathroom. It has the power to pull the room together and set the ambiance. For starters, you must follow design rules to mix ceiling lights with vanity lights. If you want to level up, consider adding decorative lighting fixtures from pendants to chandeliers. Besides, you should have ample light in the bathroom. It will help you get ready in the morning and at night.