Top tips for renovating your bathroom
Time spent at home during lockdowns has brought thoughts of renovating for many – and bathrooms are a strong early contender for change up
Bathrooms are top of the list to renovate as they play a vital role in our daily life.
While it’s important that it’s functional, this doesn’t mean you should compromise on style and design.
When renovating a bathroom there are many things to consider, including whether it’s a family bathroom or an ensuite, the size of the room, and whether you can change the layout or just the furniture and accessories.
Here Andy Grigor, from leading designers and manufacturers of showers and taps, Methven, shares his expert tips to consider when updating your bathroom.
Replace your vanity
Removing your old vanity and replacing it with a new one will instantly make your bathroom feel like it’s had a full renovation.
A wall-mounted floating vanity will also open up the feel of a small bathroom space by adding more floor area.
However, if your budget doesn’t allow for a purchase of a new vanity, then look to ways to repurpose your old one or even utilise an existing piece of furniture.
Keep in mind the size of the area and the plumbing needs.