Take Your Bathroom From Drab To Fab
Got a bathroom that looks a little tired and unloved? In a house full of kids, it’s no wonder, really! Our bathrooms go through a lot every day, from multiple showers to the children getting a little too enthusiastic with bubble bath formulas. Add onto that the fact that the bathroom is quite hard to keep free of damp and mould, and it’s safe to say that most people’s bathrooms could do with a little spruce up. But, in a similar fashion to the kitchen, a bathroom is not an easy room to remodel. Most of us don’t have the faintest clue about water flow, plumbing or bathtubs, so full-scale renovations are certainly not for the faint-hearted. But you may not need to undertake a huge project just to put a bit of life back into your bathroom. Here are some ways you can give the place a bit of fresh air without breaking the bank.
Just like a fresh lick of paint can add a whole new dimension to your living room or bedroom, some new tiles can easily do the same for your bathroom. Your old tiles may be suffering from some irreversible grout damage or maybe they were just better off left in the 1980s, so a fresh new set could be just the ticket. If you fancy yourself as a bit of a DIY expert, you could follow step-by-step instructions and have your new tiles up and running in a weekend. But if you are in any doubt over how to go about this task, it’s best leaving it to a professional.
New bathroom fabrics
One super easy way to renovate your bathroom is to get some new fabrics for it. We all love the look of a hotel bathroom where just about everything is matching; so bring this look into your home with a brand new set of bath mats, towels and contour rugs. You can get these from just about any store with a homeware section. Plus, having multiple sets is also good for family hygiene as it means you can immediately put down a fresh set as soon as one has become dirty. A new shower curtain is also a quick way to update the look of your bathroom. Consider getting hold of some extra wide shower curtains so that you don’t end up with pools of water gathering on the floor. Some smaller touches, such as face clothes and body buffers also bring a fresh touch of class and comfort to the room.
Lighting is an integral part of creating an ambience, and your bathroom is no exception to this. Obviously, in a bathroom, we do not have the luxury of other rooms in the house, where we can have table lamps dotted around to control the light as we please. But you can install a flattering lighting option such as spot lighting, or dimmable lighting, to bring a more modern edge to your bathroom of any age.
Get Professional Advice
If, like me, you haven’t been gifted with a natural eye for colour matching and interior design, you may want to consider getting professional advice and bespoke designs for your bathroom from Harrogate Showrooms that way you can be assured that your bathroom will look stunning for many years to come.
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