We've seen many ways to update bathrooms, but very few of those ideas cover an update for aging adults. As an aging adult, lifestyle changes are bound to occur due to health and mobility. This doesn't mean that you have to sacrifice your ideas for how your home should look or keep yourself from those personal touches to your space.
Toilets are no longer just a place to relieve yourself. What was once a humble toilet has grown rather stylish over the years. This has made choosing a toilet so difficult now as there are so many sleek designs and features to choose from. So if you are feeling lost looking at the myriad choices around you, here are some tips to help you out.
So your bathroom needs a renovation but you your budget doesn’t permit it. Don’t worry. You needn’t spend too much renovating your bathroom if you do it right. Stick to these tips, and you can renovate on a budget.
Whether you are planning master bathroom renovations to increase your home’s value or to take more luxurious baths, it’s something that needs lots of planning. Bathroom renovations are exciting but nerve racking if unplanned. So here are some tips to help you start with your renovations.
If there’s any deadline to complete the renovations, you have to carefully plan it and decide which tasks you can realistically DIY, and what work has to be hired out.
With 2017 around the corner, you may want to think about how your bathroom looks. If it is outdated and lacks personality, it is time to give it a quick boost. One of the best ways to do that is to look at the trends that are currently rising in popularity.
There is nothing quite as relaxing as the luxurious look and feel of hotel bathrooms or spas. The entire atmosphere is soothing and serene, even if the décor is quite simple. Adding some of that luxurious feel to your own bathroom doesn’t necessarily mean a complicated and costly remodeling project. You can create a more luxurious, relaxing bathroom with a few minor, and relatively inexpensive, touches that you can add yourself.
Facts to know ahead of time that will help ease the stress of selecting your bathroomware.
So, you’re renovating your bathroom and you want to go to a showroom to look at some products. This can be quite overwhelming even when you have a rough idea of what you want and/or need. Here are some key questions to ask your plumber and things that you should know before you spot something you love and find out that you can’t have.
One of the greatest tricks I learnt while studying was how to functionally plan the layout of a room in a way that is easy to quickly manipulate and visualise. I find this an invaluable tool as one of the biggest mistakes many people (myself included) have made is to layout the physical items, and forget to leave enough circulation around these to allow comfortable movement throughout the space and then have to start the planning process from the start.
While it's common knowledge that the key to a hassle free renovation is good planning, what constitutes good planning may not be so obvious. Things like where to start, what order to do things in and when to talk to who about what can be a daunting experience for the first-time renovator.
As a place to relax and unwind and even catch up with loved ones at the end of the day, the bathroom has come into its own as a legitimate space to spend time in. But as the sunny days start to wane and chilly winter evenings creep in, it's easy for your bathroom to lose its appeal as you move off to the cosier parts of your home.