There are many ways you can redecorate a bathroom.
In this short guide, we’ll explore various options such as replacing a shower or bath, lighting options and new ideas for bathroom flooring!
When remodelling a bathroom, you should first ask yourself whether there are any fittings and appliances you’d like to replace. In terms of toilets, there are many designs to choose from such as wall mounted, corner, square and tankless toilets.
Would you like a new power shower? How about one that is both electric and digital to truly bring your bathroom into the 21st century? Alternatively, you may be interested in a mixer shower.
If you’re more of a bath person, the designs available include Jacuzzi, corner, slipper and roll top baths. It’s important to take into account your preferences, requirements, budget and how much space you have to work with when choosing a new bath.
LED light bulbs are the best choice for a bathroom. Ideally they should have a CRI of 90 or more. In terms of colour temperature, you want a bulbs that are either 2700K or 3000K. Whether you have a small, medium or large bathroom, this sort of lighting will give it a bright look and bring out the colours of the walls and features of the room!
How about flooring? Of course the most popular choice for a bathroom is tiling. As with many jobs to remodel a bathroom, you could to do this by yourself if you’d like. If you choose to do so, it’s important that you know exactly how to tile a bathroom. Among the most popular tile material is ceramic, porcelain, marble, limestone and slate!
If you’re willing to spend a little more, you may be interested in purchasing luxury vinyl tiles which are long-lasting, moisture resistant and provide a warm underfoot. Other flooring options for a bathroom are natural stone, rubber, polished concrete and engineered wood flooring.
How about the walls? You may be interested in adding tiles to the walls or simply painting them. Some popular colours for bathroom walls are copper, magenta, neon yellow, cool white tones, vibrant teal and powder blue.
When it comes to remodelling your bathroom, keep an open mind. You’ll need to consider what changes are necessary, additional adjustments you’d like, the budget you have and how the changes will all come together once the renovation/redecorating work is complete!
Disclosure – This is a collaborative post