1. Decide on your materials first
Most of us do not have the luxury of being free from a budget and the materials are one of the key factors when it comes to the budget. Materials are an investment, take time to consider how much you are willing to spend on it.
2. Don’t lose sight of the function of your bathroom
In most homes it has to facilitate four or more people. Don’t forget the practicalities of the room!
3. Plan for lost amenities during work
Consider what amenities will and will not be available during the course of the renovation and plan for it.
4. Power points
A constant hassle that most people have is badly placed or unavailability of suitable power points. Take time to consider where you will be using them in the bathroom and how often you may require them. The last thing you want is a myriad of double adapters just itching to short out on you.
5. Consider the lighting
This can avoid a dark and damp room as well as adding style and warmth to your bathroom renovation when care is taken.
6. Add miorrors
We all know that mirrors add the illusion of space and create more light.
7. More space savers
Consider having an open shower area, unrestricted by curtains or doors. This not only adds to the style of your bathroom but it is infinitely more liberating to use.