Bathroom Design Essentials - What You Should Consider When Designing, Building and Renovating Your Ultimate Bathroom - Part 3
Over the last 2 weeks we considered a number of factors that you should consider when designing and renovating bathrooms. (Read Part 1 of Bathroom Design Essentials and Part 2 of Bathroom Design Essentials for more.)
The design of your bathroom should consider the following:
I hope that you've found the last 3 articles informative. It is important to carefully plan bathroom layouts. Look at alternatives. Visit bathroom accessory showrooms to view different baths, toilets and taps. Consider alternative tiles and how they'll fit with the fittings and fixtures you choose. Consider alternative light fittings. Don't just go for the cheapest. Of course it's also usually not necessary to select the most expensive finishes. Consider the needs of you and your family, what's practical, your budget, and what future buyers will like.
Many bathroom accessory suppliers have facilities to convert your bathroom plans into 3 dimensional colour drawings so you can better visualise what your new bathroom will look like. Some architects and builders even offer virtual reality where it's possible to view your bathroom as if you were walking through the completed bathroom.
Of course it's also important to use reputable contractors, especially for waterproofing, plumbing and tiling (note in future articles I'll discuss what to consider when choosing contractors and later good and bad floor and wall tile layouts). You wouldn't want your dream bathroom ruined by faulty workmanship.
Good luck with your bathroom design and construction.
For more valuable tips and advice read: Build and Renovate Your Home With Your Eyes Wide Open.
This is an extract from: 'Build and Renovate Your Home With Your Eyes Wide Open' by Paul Netscher. Available in paper or eBook from Amazon.com, Amazon UK, Amazon CA, Amazon AU and all online bookstores. To read more
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I’m a construction professional, author of several successful construction management books, and a home owner. I’ve made mistakes in construction management, I’ve seen others make mistakes, but importantly I’ve had multiple successful construction projects and I’ve learned from the mistakes. I want to share these lessons and my knowledge with you.