Saturday, March 9, 2019

6 Top Tips For Renovating Your Bathroom

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When it comes to renovating your bathroom, you may find the stressful moments more than outweigh the exciting ones. Whilst it is an exciting feeling to know that after all your hard work you’re going to have an incredible new bathroom, the whole process is a difficult one from start to finish. To help make it a little easier for you, we have put together a list of 6 top tips for renovating your bathroom:

Make Sure You’re Setting Yourself A Budget Before You Start

One of the most important things you can do when doing bathroom renovations is setting yourself a budget. Whilst it may not seem important to begin with, it’s the best possible way to ensure you don’t overspend. The best way to do this is by setting a budget for every single aspect individually - from decor and accessories to toilets and sinks.

For more tips and tricks on setting a home renovation budget, you can visit this handy guide here.

Get Inspiration And Ideas From Pinterest And Instagram

If you’re struggling to find inspiration and ideas, you may want to consider using sites like Pinterest and Instagram. Although you may not be able to find the exact design you want, you will be able to show your designers certain aspects from several different photos. From there, they will be able to create your dream bathroom.

Work Out Whether Or Not You Need To Hire Help And Assistance

If you think you’re going to struggle when it comes to planning, designing and building your new bathroom, it’s probably best to consider getting help. If you feel comfortable in certain aspects of planning and not others, you can even hire help for select parts of the process only. Although this may be a high expense, it’s the best way to ensure your renovation is carried out with absolutely no complications.

Make Sure You’re Considering The Space You Have (Draw Out Potential Plans)

When you’re going through the planning process for your renovation, you need to make sure you’re considering the space you have. Whether you have a small compact bathroom or a large bathroom with lots of empty space, working out exactly how much room you have is the best way to ensure you don’t make any mistakes. If you’re struggling, try drawing out several different plans that are to scale.

Consider Current Trends And Their Lifespan

Although it can be tempting to design a bathroom based on current trends, it’s really important that you consider their overall lifespan. Whilst it may seem great to get a water installation now, you may find that in three to four years you can no longer buy the parts to keep it running. If you’re stuck, ask a professional designer for help.

Remember, It’s All In The Details

Finally, you need to remember that it’s all in the details. Spend time thinking about how you’re going to finish your bathroom and what accessories you’re going to purchase to make it feel like home. For ideas and inspiration when it comes to accessorising your bathroom, you can read this guide here.

Are you planning on renovating your bathroom soon? What do you need to consider beforehand? Let me know in the comments section below. 


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