There are a lot of ways you can improve the aesthetic and feel of a bathroom. Through remodelling work, you can have an entirely new room brought to life, you can create a more spacious area or redesign your entire bathroom to suit your preferences.
If you are looking for some guidance, you can see below some ideas of where to start looking when planning to revamp a bathroom:
Firstly, you could consider whether you would like to have a new shower installed. Some options could include digital, mixer, power or an electric shower. On the other hand, you may prefer a bath. Among the designs or styles of a bath, you could choose a small, large, steel, slipper baths or a Jacuzzi.
In terms of lighting, halogen lighting is arguably the best option. For an energy-efficient fluorescent or LED light source, make sure that it has a minimum CRI of 90. This will give your bathroom a high-quality colour rendering which is important for this type of room.
How about the walls? Have you got cracks in the walls or are they falling apart because of moisture damage? Consider having the walls replastered or/and repainted if necessary. There are many water-resistant paints out there which are worth considering.
Some paint colours worth looking into are stone blue, pale oak, charcoal, light green, light grey and decorator’s white. It is essential that you find the right colour paint for your preference and the decor of your bathroom. Don’t forget to consider having the ceiling painted too. After all, it is often referred to as the fifth wall.
When it comes to flooring, tiling is certainly one of the most popular options. As with most of the work described in this post, while you could have a professional undertake the job, you could also do it yourself as a DIY project. In each case, you should know what exactly is entailed. So, in this case, it’s important to know how to tile bathroom walls. Other flooring options include vinyl and engineered wood.
5. Fittings or Features
Regardless of what fittings or features you have added, it’s important to consider how resistant they are to water. However, an extractor fan can also help with the issue of moisture accumulation. Having a bathroom extractor fan fitted can not only reduce humidity levels but improve the overall air quality of the room.
6. Storage Solution
Lastly, you may wish to consider a variety of storage solutions. Options to approach this problem include wall organisers, cabinets and space-saving shelves.
Before having your bathroom revamped, make sure to do your research. Think through carefully and do a bit of shopping around before purchasing new materials/fittings/appliances. By approaching it in the right way, you give yourself the best odds of having the most satisfactory remodel you’d want for your bathroom.
I hope you like these ideas. Are you planning to revamp your bathroom?
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Kelly Knowles says
Looks great, we need to sort ours but with such a small home and four under 8s it’s going be hard.
Love these ideas and they all look great!
Natalie Burgess says
Wow fantastic ideas! The halogen lighting looks like it can make such a difference xx
Brigitte Gorez says
Love the black and white tiles.
Sally Collingwood says
Some fabulous ideas!
YOLANDA DAVIS says
Wow. My bathroom is in major need of some TLC. thanks for the post; it’s given me some good ideas.
Denise Wilden says
They all look so fresh bright and clean looking
Allison Sherwood says
Some great ideas here, I might try a few of them.
What fantastic tips. I love your plants too. Our bathroom is very boring and could do with a few plants to brighten it up. #KCACOLS
Fiona Cambouropoulos says
I’d like one of those big free standing baths, they look so cool.
Lydia C. Lee says
That outdoor bath in the first pic is glorious!! One of my fav things about Bali is the outdoor baths….guess it’ll be a long time before we get back there…#KCACOLS
Tracey Abrahams says
Storage is a big issue in our bathroom because it is so small. If we were to refit it I would probably take the bath out and just have a shower cubical to increase space.
Laura - MUMMY LAURETTA says
I’m actually re-painting our main bathroom this weekend and getting rid of the horrible lilac walls! It’s going to look so much better, just need to order a new blind for the window now #KCACOLS
Helen Copson says
We’ve just done our ensuite as we had a leak and the whole thing needed to be ripped out, and it’s now my favourite room in the house! We want to do the main bathroom too, but I want it super stylish – and I fear all the bath toys will ruin the look so think I’ll wait! #KCACOLS
Pippa Ainsworth says
Lovely ideas, we really need to redo our bathroom so I’ll definitely be thinking about some of these