Having a Clear Vision

It is worth mentioning right at the start that the bathroom installation is generally the main expenditure when renovating a bathroom. Whether you opt for a cheaper suite or a less expensive toilet the installation cost will remain the same. So when you start the process of choosing your new products make sure that you select items that “tick all the boxes” and cover all of your needs.

A straightforward bathroom replacement “old for new” where the items are remaining in the same position will be reflected by a cheaper installation fee. However, if you are planning a complete change around and moving items into different positions in the bathroom then be conscious that the installation fee will be more than a straightforward replacement.

Unless you intend staying in your property you will need to ensure that the style you choose is not too personal. Choosing very personal colours can put off potential buyers, therefore, neutral colours are always popular and they will not offend anyone. The way trends are currently going finding bathroom ware that is anything other than white will prove difficult which will help in keeping the room neutral. Choose colours that will complement the bathroom and help frame the whole concept.

 

Your style may be driven by your property, however, there are many cutting-edge bathrooms in period homes, and many traditional roll tops baths in modern houses. Think about the bathrooms you have seen in the past & what you liked about them. Can any of these ideas be adapted into your new plans?

You will need to give a great deal of thought to you and your family’s lifestyle and how your new bathroom will be used. Do you need more space, more storage, a more user friendly bathroom or just a more modern look & feel. This will help and your designer decide on the direction you need to be going.

Style is very much about personal taste and with such a variety of products, textures, tiles, and colours available you cannot fail to find what best reflects your style. You can then relax in your new bathroom and take pride in the end result.

Unless you intend staying in your property you will need to ensure that the style you choose is not too personal. Choosing very personal colours can put off potential buyers, therefore, neutral colours are always popular and they will not offend anyone. The way trends are currently going finding bathroom ware that is anything other than white will prove difficult which will help in keeping the room neutral. Choose colours that will complement the bathroom and help frame the whole concept.

 

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