How to Revitalized Your Bathroom?

We always forget to the bathroom which we spend much time here. It is said that a person can spend an average of 3 years in the bathroom. You brush your teeth, take a shower, comb your hair, etc. So why not pay more attention to this space? Do a little simple change for your bathroom, you can find the bathroom will have different feeling.

Firstly, Pick a Style for the Bathroom

Choosing a suitable and specific style is the building block for the development of the space, and also is a very important step for revitalizing your bathroom.


Are you like the modern and minimalist style? Nowadays, modern and minimalist spaces always focus on organization and function. These spaces are spacious and simple with streamlines and industrial materials like glass and chrome.


How about a casual but comfortable style? Textured fabrics and unique accents appropriately set this type of design style.


What’s more, are you like the classic style? Traditional style cherishes simple elegance with limited details and finely crafted furniture and fittings.

And you can find your favorite style by using some social sites like Pinterest or Houzz to help you to decide which is you hope your bathroom will be. Knowing which style is your preference will save on costs and time. Remember keep it simple, it’ll be easier to expand on your inspirations during the renovating process.

Secondly, Make Easy Fixes

Once you have identified your decoration style, it will be easier to make the necessary changes.

  • Change out fixtures like the bathroom: faucets, shower heads and accessories. These simple switches can spice up the room and create a whole new look.
  • Renew the existing vanity with a fresh coat of paint and change out hardware. This can make you to change the look while saving on extra costs.
  • Switch out worn out lighting. Lighting can change the whole mood in the room. Create a spa-like atmosphere with dim lighting and chic drapes.
  • Add accent pieces, such as using wallpaper, painting, mirrors, and others. These items can add dimension to the bathroom and can be the “final touch” that needed to bring the space together.

Thirdly, Give it a Try

Get the family members involved with interesting D.I.Y projects, such as painting a personalized tooth brush holder for everyone of the family.


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How to Design a More Accessible Bathroom?

The design of a bathroom always shows the personal style and taste, and reflects the demands of the household. If you have children, the bathroom needs various design ideas to reach different requirements. Therefore, the renovation of a bathroom is the good time not only improve your taste, but also to change the mission of your bathroom based on the changing needs of your home. Nowadays, there has a common trend is to create a more accessible bathroom, which provides aging in place and supports better accessibility for the whole family. There are a lot of design ideas that improve the accessibility of your bathroom.

The Space

Firstly, consider installing a complete bathroom on the lower level of your home, giving you access to a full bath without having to go up the stairs. This will be useful and important, especially if your house has multiple levels, and if you aim to have a bedroom on the first floor. This is a good idea for your home.

Space is more important when designing a bathroom with mobility issues in your mind. Whether you want to fit a wheelchair, or are thinking about space for someone using a cane, a larger bathroom with more allowance for space around the toilet and sink can make it much easier. Vanity and sink height, as well as the distance to the faucet, can also make a difference in how convenient it is to access these areas on a routine basis.

Best Options for Bathing

Secondly, bathtub styles like a freestanding tub are very attractive, tubs can be very difficult to get in and out of when your mobility is reduced. Some tub styles are more accessible, and also easier to access. A shower with an extra-large opening like the one shown here, will ensure you can access the shower easily. These showers have no threshold meaning you will not risk tripping when entering the shower and can also roll a wheelchair straight into the shower.

How to design a more accessible bathroom

Consider adding a shower seat, which makes it easier to maneuver once inside the shower. An adjustable shower head and a handheld shower head will also improve your shower feeling, making it simpler to bathe while standing or sitting.

Consider the Toilet Height

A bathroom remodeling project is the perfect time to replace your toilet with a comfort height, which is about two inches taller than a traditional toilet. While these toilets may not be suitable for the home with children, they are the height of a standard chair and make sitting down and standing up easier for an adult.

Add Grab Bars

Grab bars can be easily added wherever they are required to increase safety in the bathroom. Include one at the toilet to aid in sitting and standing, and add grab bars on the exterior and interior of the shower or tub like the ones pictured here. Grab bars are available in an array of styles and finishes to complement your bathroom so they will blend in with your decoration rather than standing out.

A bathroom renovation is an ideal opportunity to transform your space into a bathroom that will fit your lifestyle as you age in your home.  There will show more ideas for your about bathroom renovation or decoration. You can find many interesting and useful information here.


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