Tailor-made storage is vital to keep clutter at bay and effortlessly maintain your remodel. Your storage choice sets the tone of your finished look and should be carefully planned at the design stage.
Open storage is a growing trend in bath design. It works in any space and changes the look of your bathroom design depending on the type of shelving you choose. Here’s a run-down of both to help you decide whether open or close storage is the best choice for your bathroom design.
Whether you’re creating a new bathroom design or re-assessing your existing bathroom, storage is the key. Here are 5 organization ideas to maximize efficiency and encourage relaxation in your bathroom.
If you plan to age in place in your current home, or if anyone in your home has limited mobility, then a bathroom designed for accessibility may be the right choice for you. Accessibility also does not mean that you must sacrifice style, as these changes can be seamlessly incorporated into any style bathroom design.
A bathroom remodel is the perfect time to assess your full bathroom storage requirements and develop a design that meets all these needs. In addition to standard vanity cabinet storage, consider including a recessed niche or cabinet that will offer handy storage without impacting on your bathroom footprint.
When planning a new bathroom design, the first step is to think about who uses it. Are you one of the lucky few who has this room to themselves or is there at least one other person sharing with you? In order to co-exist peacefully in a master, family or hall bathroom there is some essential planning to be done at the design stage.
Older homes or smaller ones tend to cut corners on bathroom floorspace to allow more room for bedrooms and living areas. Does this mean you are limited in your options for achieving wonderful things with a bathroom remodel? No! Just like great things come in small packages, here are 9 ways to make the most out of a small bathroom remodel.