Whether you are interested in corner showers or simple bathroom shower enclosures (which allow you to add different side panels or even glass if you choose), you can make your bathroom renovation something that is easy and quick to do. Instead of waiting hours for tile to dry, putting in grout and then waiting for that to dry, you can have access to your shower on the same day.
The bathroom’s function and mood will change in the evening. The bathroom becomes a place that we can linger, relax and unwind in, so some of the things we need to create this mood are things like low-key lighting, deep inviting baths, and a calm spa-like ambiance. So what are some of the styles of bathroom?
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Mediterranean Style Bathroom – When you think Mediterranean you think water and a Med-style bathroom should incorporate that theme. The colour scheme should be a mix of watery blues and greens and use mosaic tiles rather than large tiles. Introducing Mediterranean themed images into the mosaic will take the design to the next level. If you have the space and budget, a sunken bath with areas around the tub for candles and small vases of flowers would be perfect. Small lanterns with tea lights in strategically placed around the bathroom would also work well.
Installing a new bathtub is a way to dramatically change the style of your bathroom. Bathtubs can take up a lot of room, so before you commit to one make sure it is something that is a necessity, or something you have room for. If it is not a necessity, consider installing a new freestanding shower instead and saving room for extra storage.
Once you have determined what type of mount your sink has, your job of choosing a faucet comes down to aesthetics. Which finish will look best in your bathroom? This really is your personal preference and what will compliment the décor in your bath. It is also good to know whether or not your current faucet is a classical design (rounded edges, flowery embellishments) or modern (sharp angles, geometric embellishments). For example, if your bathroom is more of an antique decor, you may want to stick with a classical style, an everyday décor could use either, and somewhat futuristic décor would definitely go well with the modern styles.