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Are you looking to remodel your bathroom? If so, you may be looking through various ideas on what you want your new bathroom to look like. Oftentimes, many people neglect the importance of a well-designed bathroom. Working with a designer when remodelling your bathroom can be one of the best things you could do for your space. A well-designed bathroom can mean the difference between an awkward space with ill-fitting additions and one that has a seamless design that is built for total efficiency. Read on to find out more about why your bathroom design truly matters.

  • Solid Colour Schemes Matter

    Have you ever waltzed into kitchen and bathroom showrooms in Melbourne and wondered why they look so incredibly classy and elegant? Chances are this is due to a solid colour scheme that is used all throughout the bathroom. Aside from being visually appealing, a solid colour scheme also has practical value. The colour of the material you include in your bathroom helps to ensure that your bathroom will continue to look good over the years and stand up to wear and tear. Your designer will be able to provide you with a list of tiles, materials and colour schemes that will assist you in preserving your bathroom design for years to come. 

  • Design Allows For Niches

    If you’re remodelling your bathroom, you have the chance to add specific niches and additions that would otherwise be impossible if you weren’t working with a designer. Whether this means allowances in the walls to make space for a shower caddy or additional handrails or towel rails, working with a designer can help you create a bathroom space that not just looks incredible but also offers you the utmost efficiency in its design. 

  • Consider Your Lighting

    Bathroom lighting is incredibly important, especially if you are someone who likes to shave or put your makeup on in front of the bathroom vanity. The last thing you want is improper lighting that makes it difficult for you to groom yourself or get ready in the morning. Getting the right kind of lighting in your bathroom is something your designer can help you with. Finding a lighting option that is both functional and gels with the overall style of the room is key. Your designer can ensure that your bathroom blueprint includes all the necessary lighting options that you will need. 

  • Design The Most Functional Bathroom For All 

    If you live in a home with children or the elderly, it is important that you take them into consideration when designing your bathroom. Ensuring that the bathroom is a functional space for all members of the family is incredibly important, for the sake of both practicality and safety. A bathroom designer will be able to help you in ensuring that your bathroom design is seamless, free from any potential hazards and accommodating to everyone in the family. This may include adding seating to the shower for the elderly or a wall hung sink that allows for someone in a wheelchair to access the sink without any trouble.

  • Comfort Is Key

    Last but most importantly, a well-designed bathroom is one that offers you comfort and space to move around freely. One of the biggest rookie mistakes that people make when designing their bathroom is to not leave enough room to get in the shower. Perhaps the toilet or sink is a little too close to the shower or bathtub - this can turn your bathroom into a cramped space that may cause your anxiety to flare up. A designer can assist you in taking proper measurements and pay close attention to where things fit in your bathroom. You’ll be surprised at how much space you have to comfortably get in and out of the shower when your bathroom is well designed. 

    Enlisting the help of a designer when remodelling your bathroom is one of the best things you could do for your home. We hope that this article has given you some insight into why bathroom design truly matters and all the benefits that a well-designed bathroom can offer you and your family. 

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