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Given below are some simple yet effective tips that will work well with just about any size and budget. So without further ado… let’s get started, shall we? For starters, you may hire an interior designer or a contractor that has experience in these sort of things. Typically, he or she would be someone with knowledge and expertise on Victorian houses or other similar style homes that are generally not equipped with large toiletries. Moving on… have you ever watched an episode of ’This Old House?’
While many bathrooms have laminate or solid surface countertops, tiles of all shapes and styles are the pick of the day. For any variety of looks and durability, choose glass, ceramic, stone or metal tiles. You can also scatter hand painted or embossed tiles at intervals on a wall to create texture and color. At present, bathroom taps for sinks and showers come in a variety of shapes, materials and designs to choose from. Although they look expensive, they fit most bathroom budgets. The popular bathroom budget taps are made of steel while some look elegant with ceramic knobs. If your bathroom is small and you want to save on space and money opt for a bathtub fitted with shower instead of separate shower cubicle.
The most important aspect of remodeling a small bathroom is storage and organization. Careful planning in this area can literally double the space of your bathroom, and add to its unique design in the process.
Regardless of a half or full bath, everyone desires to fully utilize the available space. And no matter how hopeless it may seem, with a little bit of skill and creativity, it is certainly possible to have a roomy and functional washing area.
One of the best solutions for storage is cabinets, especially recessed cabinets that are embedded directly into the wall. This gives the bathroom extra space because it utilizes the area behind the bathroom itself. Cabinets and vanities that stick out are huge space wasters, so replacing those alone will do wonders for the perceived spacial elements of your bathroom.