The bathroom in your home is arguably one of the most important rooms in the house. It’s the place where you go to clean yourself and get ready for the day ahead. As well as this, it serves as a sanctuary for relaxing and re-setting at the end of a long day. It’s a warm oasis where you can unwind in the bath or revitalise yourself in a shower.
As it’s a room which you visit every day in your humble abode, here are some easy ways to improve it for the better.
Get the radiators right
If your bathroom never seems to get warm enough, despite having the heating on as much as the rest of your home, you might want to give your radiators a once over. If you’ve got an older heating system you’ll want to be extra sure you’re keeping an eye on your radiators. Even if you have a relatively new heating system it’s still worth periodically checking everything is still in full working order.
It may be the case that your bathroom radiator needs bleeding, or even has a buildup of gunk that needs removing. Getting it sorted will do the world of good and keep your bathroom nice and warm for longer!
If you want to completely re-think your bathroom heating it’s always a good idea to know all of your options.
Refresh your bathroom tiles
It’s easy to fall out of love with interior decor. If you’re getting a bit tired of the look of your bathroom a good way to change it up is to get a fresh set of bathroom tiles.
It’s remarkable what a difference changing them for new ones can make. Available in all shapes and sizes, and even in patterned or plain colours, the variety on offer means you are sure to find the exact style you seek. There’s also the maintenance to consider, as new tiles with fresh grout will provide far better levels of water resistance compared to older ones.
If you’re looking to change up your bathroom tiles, check our previous blog: 5 Top Tips For Picking Bathroom Tiles.
Update your floor
Tiled floors are a very popular option in bathrooms. They can look good, are an easy, wipe-clean flooring option and can last very well when looked after. However, they are far from the perfect solution. They are often very cold, especially when you’re just hopping out of a nice warm shower. As well as this, even if well maintained they can look grubby over time and can be damaged or crack due to their brittle nature. There can also be issues if installed badly. To see our tips on how to tile your bathroom floor visit our previous blog: How To Tile A Floor – Infographic
If, for you, tiled bathroom flooring seems to have too many cons compared to the pros, you can check our previous blog to find out about other bathroom flooring options.