Bathroom / June 24, 2018 / .
While aesthetic appeal is a must, the key to a great bathroom is not only how good it looks, but how well it works. Whether you are planning a bathroom off the main, master, a powder room or the primary bathroom with access for all, there are some key features and considerations to ensure your bathroom is both beautiful and practical.
When we are at the topic of combining functionality and aesthetics, have a look at this. This shower has plenty of space to move around and without the hassle of installing a regular shower bed or a bathtub. What is great about this is that the threshold can basically be installed during the making of the bathroom or the renovation, and it is made out of concrete and covered in tile.
No matter the bathroom you are designing, it is vital to get the layout right. There are many factors that make up a good layout so when planning your perfect bathroom, consider the little details; how much space is between the toilet, vanity and shower? Is there sample room to move around and dry yourself? Do your doors have enough space to open and close? These little things will all come together to create the perfect bathroom layout.
When it comes to taking things that extra mile and really creating a space that is elegant and sumptuous, nothing beats heated flooring. Just think how glorious it will feel on a damp, cold winter morning as you step out the shower onto a toasty warm floor. When installing heated flooring, be sure to have a digital thermostat also installed so that you can control the temperature right down to the degree. There is a good chance you will want to keep it a bit cooler during the summer months, which will save on your home energy costs.