By BiSmiLlahmyriadlit. Bathroom. At Tuesday, September 18th 2018, 20:47:13 PM.
Design Layout First and foremost one should work out what style you desire your Bathroom to be. Is it to be a Classic Bathroom, Elegant Bathroom, Modern Bathroom? These are questions that one should ask themselves and then come to a decision and stick with that decision. The layout of a proposed Bathroom is important and it must have correct flow lines to give it a desirable effect. The layout starts from when you walk in through the Bathroom door, imagine how it will look and follow your line of sight to place your fixtures and fittings in a balanced way. Play with different layouts until a simple but effective result transpires. With a bit of effort you can truly redesign your bathroom to exactly how you want it. One should study various designs and ideas in magazines and try them in your bathroom space.But remember simplicity in function and design is the key. Then come to a conclusion on what it is that you want and need in your Bathroom.
Bathroom Fixtures and Fittings Fixtures and fittings are a very important part of a Bathroom Renovation as it does decide the look of the final product. These include Tap ware, Basins, Vanities, Toilet Suites, Baths, Spas and Tiles.and when chosen correctly make for a spectacular result in terms of Bathroom look and ambience. Make sure that all fixtures are also functional and are of good quality. Tiles are a fundamental to a functional elegant Bathroom , today there are numerous choices on the market and it is up to you to decide which ones will suite. Larger size tiles have become popular today and have the effect of making a smaller space seem taller when laid in a vertical pattern. Using smaller tiles in a horizontal pattern will make a short space have the appearance of being longer. The color and finish of the tiles are also important as color co-ordination is the make break point of a truly aesthetic bathroom.
Almost always, the bath is the centre piece attraction of the traditional bathroom. A free-standing roll-top or slipper bath sits proudly on a dark polished floor, and only if going for a traditional continental style bathroom will an inset or sunken tub hold appeal. Either a wall-mounted faucet or a free-standing one looks classy. Deep ridges and curved angles are what makes the traditional sanitary ware what it is - bold and masculine.