For some people, the bathroom is a sanctuary where they can relax and unwind. For others, it’s a space to get things done in the most comfortable way possible before starting the day.
Either way, keep in mind the space available and what you really need when planning your bathroom.
Whether it’s for two people or a family with children and the elderly, think about how busy you are in the morning. Combining beauty and functionality is key.
Consider dual vanities
Help save time.
pedestal or wall hanging Wash basin The perfect solution when space is constrained.
The ones with cabinets make life easier and give the bathroom a hotel feel.
To maximize space and avoid clutter
On the floor, we offer a variety of organizers to suit your taste from our extensive bathroom collection.
floating shelf and wall cabinet Gives your bathroom a sophisticated look. This keeps your accessories clutter-free yet easily accessible for everyone.
Is it a shower or a bathtub?
A shower is quicker when you’re in a hurry, but a bathtub is a good way to relax.
If you want both, a combined shower/tub combination is the way to go.
Glass shower enclosures make bathroom maintenance easier.
However, if the space is tight, a shower curtain is best for privacy.
natural light in the bathroom
Obviously desirable, but not always possible.
lighting But importantly, the combination of overhead light, recessed or pendant, and task lighting Indispensable in the mirror area.
Tiles are an integral part
of the bathroom.
So choose smooth, glossy tiles for walls and non-slip tiles for floors to prevent slipping.
Handrails and handrails strategically placed around the shower or bathtub are also a good idea, especially in family bathrooms.
Choose colors such as pastels and white that are easy to maintain and make your bathroom look bigger.
Or, tile one of the walls in a darker color for a bold finish that adds a touch of heat. You can even accessorize with color while keeping the walls and floor all white!