Just as kitchens are often the selling point of a house, the design and number of bathrooms can turn your house into a functional home. With some practical solutions and clever designs, you can turn your bathroom into the 2015 bathroom of the year! Out with the chrome and porcelain and in with the rustic woodgrain and matte black designs.
Are you wanting to spice up your bathroom interior but unsure how? Are your bathroom walls covered in mirrors and towel rails leaving no room for a modern feature wall? If you want to create excitement and theme in your bathroom yet have little wall space to work with, how about featured floor tiles. Patterned floor tiles can turn a bland and boring bathroom into a room of its own. Even in a small space, it can add impact without feeling cramped. Choose a simple pattern that will allow the room outside to flow meticulously into your bathroom.
The natural, raw and recycled look for bathrooms is making a comeback in 2015. Out with the bold, square lines and in with the pure, organic interior. Anything derived from wood, stone or greenery is bound to make a statement. If your budget is tight, why not head to the recycled wood yard or even install a wallpaper or bench top that mimics the natural wood-look. The natural products will infuse the space with a calming vibe and help bring the outdoors back in. Think about including plants and greenery. Why not a vertical garden?
A large and well-designed bathroom may be the deciding factor for a homebuyer. Often the purchaser of the home will be the one to enjoy the master bedroom suite and so it is crucial that this is designed to impress. Big bathrooms that are open and well connected to the bedroom will be prominent in 2015 sales. Sliding doors are optimum. Beautiful bathroom fittings can be enjoyed from the bedroom yet privacy can be obtained when need be. Invest in quality bench tops and long-lasting fixtures.
Just as bathrooms should be uncluttered and open, showers should be too. There is no better luxury than a large shower that enables movement and flexibility. Instead of traditional centre wastes, invest in a shower grate that will cut down the tilers installation time and allow a single gradient. Think about your families individual needs. A rain head, a hand held shower, a multi-spray function and air turbo technology. Get your bottles off the ground with wall mounted soap dispensers from the Renovator Store.
Bathrooms that flow from room-to-room like an extension of a house rather than a separate, sanitary white room will be the trend for 2015. Try to incorporate as many accessories as possible that resemble day-to-day furniture rather than sterile vanities and conventional fixtures. Floor rugs, arm chairs and elegant lighting will all help tie your bathroom in with the rest of your home.