Planning your new bathroom and don’t know where to start? We are here to help!
If you are considering remodeling your bathroom in the future then don’t start without reading these 4 tips from Tony Murphy, TileStyle’s bathroom expert first.
“A better bathroom design will last a lifetime and at TileStyle, we can help you achieve your dream bathroom design in a few easy steps,” says TileStyle’s bathroom guru, Tony Murphy.
A poorly planned bathroom could affect the way you feel about your home for years to come, so it’s important to get the design right and invest in quality to get the most value for your money.
Follow this 4-step guide to a better bathroom design with top tips from TileStyle’s bathroom expert Tony Murphy. Tony has been described as an encyclopedia of bathroom knowledge by interior journalists and has a wealth of experience and expertise in all areas of bathroom design.
Step 1 – Know Your Measurements
If you’re considering a bathroom refurbishment then first things first, you need to have your exact measurements and dimensions. Whether it’s a large family bathroom or a compact ensuite, they are crucial for deciding how things will ultimately look and fit. Photos and drawings are really useful too as they give the bathroom expert a visual clue as to what they’re dealing with. They don’t even have to be fancy, rough will do.
Don’t forget the ceiling height and measurements and locations of the doors and windows too. This will enable TileStyle’s bathroom design specialist to guide you more clearly as regards to the perfect design.
Step 2 – Decide What Style of Bathroom You Want
Modern or Traditional Style? What’s your preference?
Deciding on the style of your bathroom will be one of the main influences in the overall design. Do you want a traditional bathroom design or a modern and contemporary design?
Ask yourself what design will tie in nicely with the overall aesthetic of your home. Are you going for a minimalist look or more of an eclectic vibe? Do you want to incorporate smart home technology such as a digital shower, Bluetooth mirror or shower toilet? Anything is possible…
Step 3 – Identify Who Will Be Using This Bathroom
Is this a family bathroom, an ensuite or a small WC? It’s important to identify who exactly is likely to be using this bathroom and how many. For example, is this a family bathroom that will be used by both adults and children and do you need a bath to bathe children?
Future Proofing Your Bathroom
Do you need to future proof this bathroom and make it more accessible for an older person perhaps in years to come? Future proofing your bathroom doesn’t mean you need to compromise on the aesthetic beauty. Less-abled bathroom designs are so much more appealing now and we have some beautiful modern designs available at TileStyle. Fabulous & functional.
A Sleek & Modern “Future-Proofed” Bathroom Design
These are all important aspects of the thought process when it comes to lasting, clever bathroom design.
Step 4 – Bathrooms Storage Options
Proper storage is key to a clutter free bathroom.
Do you know how much storage will you need? There’s nothing worse than lots of products & toiletries resulting in your lovely new bathroom looking untidy and cluttered.
Make sure you have considered storage space to hide those unsightly bathroom bottles and keep your bathroom clutter-free!
TileStyle have a huge range of bathroom storage options in an array of colours and designs available to alleviate this (all too often) overlooked problem.
3D Bathroom Design Service - See What Your Bathroom Could Look Like Before You Decide!
Here are a couple of examples of virtual bathroom designs that our bathroom team have designed for clients.
If you are interested in having a 3D virtual bathroom design done, please get in touch with our bathroom team at email@example.com.
Endless Creative Possibilities - No Bathroom Design Is Out Of Bounds!
There are endless possibilities when it comes to designing a new bathroom, but you need to consider the options to suit you. The bathroom experts at TileStyle can help you in your quest to make the right choice for you and your family.
That’s it, you’re good to go! Now the fun starts and it’s time to start planning your dream bathroom.
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