We’ve outlined a few small important details that usually get forgotten in a plan, but can do wonders for the overall design of your bathroom.
The best sink in terms of practicality is a recessed sink. Messes around the sink can be easily swiped into the basin. Ideally the vanity should be placed towards a corner of the bathroom. Not only will it make the room look more spacious, but it will also give it a great look.
Glass or mosaic tiles can be expensive, but you don’t need to get the most expensive product out there, nor do you need that many tiles to change your bathroom’s appearance. Placing some tiles as a border on your bathroom’s walls or using different tiles within a pattern can drastically change how your bathroom presents itself. Moreover, some even recommend keeping the old tiles in place, if they fit with your new design or offer a vintage look.
Another important tip, many forget is the importance of grout colour. Dark grout lines can make your space appear smaller. However, if you use grout colour in contrast, the design can be quite effective. If you’re looking for a subtle bathroom design, we recommend closely matching the grout colour to the colour of your tiles.
Walk in Shower
Frameless walk in showers are great for both small and large bathrooms. They can make a small bathroom look more spacious and make a large bathroom look inviting and rich.
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