Similar, but more formal, the fixtures in this bathroom echo the architectural style of the room. The toilet lid repeats the edge of the molding and the basin, suspended in a formal but sleek chrome stand, provides an angular look that matches the wainscoted, paneled walls. Glam sconces and a luxurious, muted gray-purple shade of paint on the walls complete the relaxing bathroom design. A more Zen, spa-like feel comes from this bathroom's unique combination of wall covering, basin shape and cabinets design. Wall-mounted faucets over the round, dark basins have a natural feel, and the design on the wall evoked feelings of running water. The natural wood surround, globe sconces and six-sided minimalist mirrors add to the calm vibe. A dash of luxury comes from the looped glass ceiling fixture.
You can visit our page on bathroom furniture for more information on planning the storage in your bathroom and to discover how bathroom owners rate bathroom furniture from big-name brands such as Homebase and Bathstore. Read on below for luxury bathroom ideas, as well as how to update your bathroom on a budget. The bathroom is generally one of the smallest spaces in the house, but that doesn't mean it can't be luxurious, even on a budget. Small touches, such as expensive-looking tiles or taps, will have more impact in a small space and won't be too costly. For inspiration, flick through our gallery below for design ideas that will add a touch of luxury to any bathroom. You can use pretty much anything for your bathroom floor as long as it's waterproof and won't get too slippery when wet. These days, most people choose tiles (marble or granite look good), sheeted or tiled vinyl (a sensible option if you're on a budget), or wood-effect laminate. It's also possible to have a hardwood floor, but you'll need to treat it and make sure you don't leave it wet.
But price clearly isn't the main driver for everyone – 49% of people who used their own installer did so simply because they prefer to and 21% did so because they always use the same tradesman. It's also worth thinking about whether it would be cheaper for your installer to get your bathroom for you, as some companies, such as Travis Perkins and Plumb Center, sell directly to trade, sometimes at cheaper prices. Electrical works, including the installation of lighting, fans, sockets or electric showers should be carried out by a Part P-registered electrician. To find a reliable local tradesperson, check Which? Trusted Trader for recommendations of tradespeople who have been through our rigorous checks. Once your new bathroom or en suite is complete, make sure you gain the relevant building regulations approval, including drainage, electrics and ventilation, and checking that any glass meets the required safety standards. You might need to prove that you've done this when you sell the house.
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