Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Give Your Bathroom A Touch Of Luxury - Whatever Your Budget Is!

Whether you are renovating your home for yourself, or if you are planning to sell it, investing in your bathroom can be very worth your while. However, it is also one of the most difficult rooms to renovate, second only to the kitchen. After all, unless you're an expert, no one really wants to be messing around with plumbing and electrics. But thankfully, there are things you can do to make your bathroom appear more luxurious no matter the size of your project.

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Full-scale

If you are sick of the sight of your bathroom, it could be time for a renovation. The idea of this can be daunting, and you will need to speak to some experts who know all about bathroom renovations. But if you have a lot of separate issues in your bathroom at present, doing a full-scale renovation is probably your best bet. It can be the perfect opportunity to transform a tired old washroom into a modern paradise. Standalone tubs are the epitome of spa-chic, and consider installing dark wooden furnishings for a refined look. When choosing your color scheme, speak with a designer or look at luxury home magazines for inspiration.


Mid-scale

If you have a bit of money to put behind your renovation but don't want to rip the whole bathroom out, you might want to do a mid-scale renovation. The main bulk of this job could be replacing one main aspect of the room. For example, you may want to lay down some new tiles, or repaint the walls and ceiling. Installing a huge mirror is also a quick and easy way to If there's any room in our home that should scream luxury, it's got to be the bathroom. Bathrooms symbolize everything to do with 'me-time' - bubble baths, skincare and generally an environment thaadd an element of luxury to your bathroom, and it makes the room look much bigger, too. Your lighting is also an integral part of your bathroom and one than can either make it look super-chic, or very cheap. Many old bathrooms had ugly strip lighting installed, which can be harsh and unflattering. Instead, consider installing spotlights, to imitate a relaxing hotel bathroom. If you can find ones that work with a dimmer switch, even better - that way, you can control the ambience of your bathroom at the flick of a switch.


Low-scale

If you don't have a great deal of money to redo your bathroom with, don't panic. There are actually a lot of small things you can do that will make a big difference to the overall appearance of the room. One of the most important things is to make sure everything has its place. Even the most beautiful of bathrooms will look unkempt if there is mess everywhere! Even simple things like buying a soap dish - rather than having your soap balancing on the edge of your skin - can make a huge difference. Mason jars for storing cotton wool and clothes can also look adorable, and a towel rack never goes amiss. Look in thrift stores for some interesting pieces you won't be able to get anywhere else.

Xxo
Kim

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