There's no denying the fact that most people considering a bathroom renovation strive to create a beautiful space. With a large variety of décor styles available in items including bathroom vanities, bathtubs, showers, toilets and faucets at the click of a mouse, some may lose sight of the fact that the room must be practical as well.
Experts from NouveauBathrooms.com say that a bathroom should cater to those who use it. For example, a tall vanity is not recommended for someone who is short, or for a bathroom that kids will be using.
Another consideration should be what materials items are made of, as some things will hold up to the humidity and basic wear and tear of daily bathroom use better than others.
"Most of us want our bathrooms to look clean, tidy and presentable, but the most attractive materials and features aren't always the most durable, appropriate or economical," the website states.
The design website suggests those considering a renovation answer certain questions for themselves before making purchases. These questions include "how often will the space be used?" and "who will regularly be using the bathroom?"
All in all, putting a bit of extra thought and planning into anew bathroom will help homeowners make smart choices that will help ensure they will be pleased with their room for years to come.
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