Bathroom sink units are a practical solution that allows you to have some shelving around and under the sink area. This gives you room for towels, extra toilet paper, toiletries, and much more. Most of them offer cabinet doors so you can keep your items private and out of sight. Yet they are easy to access when you need them.
Placing decorative lumber pieces over your existing wall is a great way to add texture and depth to the area. Even if you only want to do it over a single wall, it is easy to install and is often cleaner and faster than sanding and repainting any drywall surfaces. Natural softwoods like white pine are just as durable as green board and cement boards. Sealing the pieces with urethane keeps the wood grain vibrant while protecting it from moisture.
Corner Bathtubs:- These can be described as triangle shaped tubs that are designed to save space as they are installed in the corner of the bathroom.
A great way to maximise space in your bathroom is to go with a wall hung basin. However, you need to make sure you secure it the right way to the wall. That will ensure it stays in place safely for you and others to use. If you are intimidated by the process, consider hiring a handyman to put it in place for you. If you decide to do this task, it is a good idea to get someone to help you.
To adapt to the chaos that can come with a bathroom renovation project, below are some things you can do before any work commences:
Tile-in walk-in tubs are best reserved for bathrooms with little space to spare. This benefits you not only by smaller models being less expensive, but also by packing many therapeutic features in a small space, and increasing the asking price of your home in the process.