We all want to be comfortable in our homes.
That also means that we need to ensure that every corner of it is aesthetically pleasing and can support our lifestyle.
By the end of this blog post, you should have a good idea of what designs and materials are best suited for your bathroom décor moving forward!
We all want to create an environment where we feel at peace within our home, and since popularity is always on the rise with trends, homeowners today are looking for ways to personalize their bathrooms before it goes too far into style hiatus territory.
Take the Time to Consider Which Type of Bathroom Best Fits Your Style
When you head on over to search for bathroom design inspiration, it’s important to consider which type best fits your style.
The two most popular types of bathroom designs are Traditional and Contemporary.
Traditional bathroom designs contain a mix of traditional, modern, and rustic elements. Although there is no set rule on what items should be present in the design, they usually incorporate curved lines (like a bent wall or ceiling), ornate details (like drapes or a fireplace), and sturdy materials, such as tiled walls, crown molding, and tile floors.
Contemporary designs feature harsher lines in the design of their fixtures and fixtures, as well as bolder colors and a more modern aesthetic with modern bathroom radiators and modern-style sinks.
Contemporary bathrooms can be very modern in their style but also incorporate some elements of traditional designs as well. The goal here is to make the bathroom look more urban and loft-like and to bring a level of simplicity to the design.
Determine Whether You Want One or Two Sinks in the Bathroom Design
When it comes down to it, you have two choices when determining how many sinks you will have in your bathroom design.
The first option is installing one sink vanity, which leaves a lot of countertop room for various bathroom essentials like toothpaste and shampoos/conditioners/lotions. The second is to install a double sink vanity, which leaves even more countertop room but is slightly bulkier and taller.
On the other hand, two sinks may be less suitable if you have a smaller bathroom and want to utilize everything you could possibly put in it.
The Biggest Mistakes to Avoid
Creating a bathroom design for your home is not an easy task.
It takes a lot of research, careful consideration of the space you have to work with, and time to ensure that you can fully appreciate the bathroom once it is complete.
To avoid making a mistake that could have lasting effects on your new bathroom design or to just make sure you are on the right track, here are some mistakes to avoid:
- Failing to budget for the project
- Failing to research the materials you need
- Mixing metals and materials in one space
- Using too many sinks
- Not coordinating the sink and vanity designs
- Having poor lighting and ventilation
- Not ensuring the bathroom has proper airflow
- Not having a plan and purpose for storage areas