Featuring an eclectic design where classic meets modern this stone washbasin from Cipi can potentially look right at home in a zen bathroom or a spa-like decor but also in a more rustic and even industrial-inspired setting.
Swapping out your tub and/or shower fixtures. If you’re remodeling the tub and/or shower anyway you can take this DIY option a step further and move the shower heads to a more convenient height and even add more shower heads altogether.
In every room or particular area of the house there’s one element or furniture piece which stands out from the rest and which dictates the way everything else is placed and oriented. In the bathroom that element is usually the bathtub. Its central role is due to its size but also its function and the ambiance that revolves around it. Bathtubs come in numerous different styles shapes sizes colors finishes and they can also be made of various different materials. Each type is special and inspiring in its own way.
With the popularity of kitchen islands it’s logical that the concept is moving to the bathroom. If the square footage of your bathroom is big enough this is an elegant and very functional option. Not only is the style of this island very chic it provides a vanity space for applying makeup donning jewelry or styling your hair. On the other side is the basin. No more leaning over the sink to get close to the mirror! This wonderful design also includes a free-standing tub and a fireplace the ultimate bathroom luxury.
But there’s always a way to minimize your bathroom remodel cost without completely sacrificing style and function although there will likely be compromises. In this article we’ll discuss ways in which you can cut the costs of your bathroom remodel while still creating a space that meets your needs and that you’ll enjoy today as well as down the road.
Painting the walls a fresh light color. Keep in mind that less contrast (e.g. lighter walls surrounding your white porcelain fixtures) will make the space feel bigger whereas higher contrast (e.g. darker walls) will add higher energy and visual busy-ness to the bathroom.