By Severine Edmonde. Bathroom Design. Published at Friday, May 11th, 2018 - 04:30:25 AM.
To be livable, your new bathroom must accommodate a host of items you use every day. Take a look at what you store in your bath now to make an honest assessment of the types of storage you’ll need.
Multiple electrical outlets make a bath efficient and functional. Any located near water must be grounded. Your local codes may put additional restrictions on placement of outlets in terms of distance off the floor and proximity to the tub or shower.
Creating a shower-only bathroom, or indeed a wet room, can give you more space and a less squashed look. Just bear in mind that families like baths so if the home is likely to be sold to a family buyer later, a lack of bath could put them off.,
Here’s a word of warning, though. It’s going to take more time than you think. Why? Your bathroom may be the smallest room in the house, but you’re going to have to paint slowly and gently around the window, the tub or shower, the sink, the mirror, the toilet, the switchplates, the wall corners, and the floor. This takes time and patience (and a good supply of painter’s tape), so make sure you keep this in mind when planning your renovation.
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