Your bathroom is an important part of your daily routine. You start and end your day there, so it’s only fitting it should reflect your needs — that might mean changing the way your bathroom looks and functions completely or adding a few simple improvements.
The only problem is, how do you decide what bathroom upgrade option will best service you? We’ve put together 3 bathroom upgrade options to help you make the most of your bathroom.
A full bathroom renovation would be the number one option for those aiming to create their dream bathroom, boost the value of your home or for those needing to change the bathroom layout. When you engage with a turn-key renovation company for a full bathroom renovation the costs associated will cover the bathroom design, demolition of the existing space, supply and installation of new materials, fixtures and fittings, changes to the layout, relocating the lighting and plumbing, additional cabinetry options with all required onsite trades and project management – basically your bathroom can be whatever you want it to be.
The benefits of starting a full bathroom renovation project is that it allows for more freedom to create a whole new bathroom design and indulge in luxuries such as double showers, underfloor heating, a brand new vanity, feature tiles or tiling from floor to ceiling. At smarterBATHROOMS+ we offer FREE video consultations too so you can get the ball rolling on your renovation from the comfort of your home.
If a full bathroom renovation is not on the cards for you right now either due your budget restraints or perhaps you don’t believe the current state of bathroom is in need of a renovation just yet then giving your bathroom a mini makeover is the next best option.
There are plenty of small improvements you can make to your bathroom space that will make the world of difference and won’t break the bank! You could install a new custom-made vanity unit with a brand-new engineered stone benchtop and storage inserts such as drawer dividers or bin inserts. Some other great upgrade options include re-grouting the tiles to give the grout a freshen up and change the colour, addressing that leaky shower and replacing it with a new one or swapping out the old tapware and accessories for a more modern option.
When a bathroom renovation or a mini bathroom makeover is not the right option for your bathroom space however you still want to give your bathroom a new look, then a bathroom refresh would be the best option for your space.
If you’re not sure on what exactly you want to achieve in your bathroom you could start by engaging with an interior designer. You could explain any needs you have for the space or any problem areas, and your interior designer will come up with a proposal and be able to source a products for the space or suggest places you can shop at. However, as a starting point for your bathroom refresh, new towels, new decor such as new soap dispensers or some artwork can give the space the sprucing up it needs.