The bathroom is one of the most reformed rooms, probably because it is one of the most used, and therefore deteriorates the most. If you are also going to launch your bathroom reform, pay attention to these keys that we tell you so that the work is a complete success.
We go into parts. When choosing the sinks, you can choose between a built-in or countertop design, but you also have to pay attention to the materials: porcelain, resin, stone … If you choose to install two sinks on the same front, keep in mind that between them it must There is a distance of 60 centimeters so that its use is comfortable.
As for lighting, you must plan well. It is always better to opt for low consumption led lights, and that each zone is independent so that you can use the lights by zones as you need. Don’t forget about good functional lighting, for example, the mirror for shaving or applying makeup. If you have a window, also take advantage of natural light.
And speaking of mirrors, this is one of the essential accessories, and you can choose the design that you like the most. Keep in mind that single molding is more appropriate in small bathrooms, and the larger it is, the more spacious it will give the bathroom.
As for the bathroom furniture, you must think about what you are going to store in it. Although all usually have between 50 and 60 centimeters deep, the height is set by the height of the sink, and the finishes can be wood, lacquer, glass, melamine …
Do not forget to distribute the interior with shelves and drawers, better compartmentalized, and plan if you need to install plugs inside for the dryer, the shaver, or the electric toothbrush.
Regarding tiles and coverings, you can choose from many materials: ceramic, porcelain stoneware, natural stone, vinyl … Pay attention to the quality and characteristics of each one. You do not have to stay with just one; you can combine various materials and play with the tiles that provide textures and volumes … yes, we do not recommend that you choose more than three materials.
Let’s go to the toilets. Built-in cistern toilets are visually lighter, making them perfect in small bathrooms because the cistern is integrated into the partition itself or a 20 cm-thick wall. Always install a double flush to save water. Please note that flown toilets clear the ground. There are also compact or bulkier floor designs for larger bathrooms.
The shower area is also a very important part. Ideally, it should be at least 1 meter wide and never less than 70 cm. In front of the shower area, you need a clear 60 x 60 cm hole for easy access. The screen shows that it is watertight and that safety glass is installed, and aesthetically, you have many options.
We do not forget the taps, a decision that has a lot to do with aesthetics and functionality. We recommend that you choose a high spout if your cabinet has an overlay basin, a low spout if it has a built-in sink, and flush-mounted if the water taps are on the wall.