Your bathroom is one of the most important rooms in the entire home and it must be treated that way. On average, Brits spend around 30 minutes in their bathroom but when it comes to renovations or sprucing up a room, it can often be overlooked.
While the idea of spending the £4,500 that it costs on average for a bathroom remodel may be outside of many homeowner’s budgets, there are other ways for you to upgrade your bathroom and we believe the best way to do this is with luxury items.
These features have the power to transform your bathroom into a stylish place that you may never want to leave. This will make completing your skincare routine or applying a face mask easier than ever and you may find the extra motivation you need to clean it every once and a while.
If you’re unsure what luxury touches we’re talking about, then our guide is perfect for you. Read on to see which features can turn your bathroom into a luxury sanctuary for you to enjoy.
Inject style with tiles
Tiling is a great place to start and allows you to add a stylish look to your walls or floor. The colours you choose will depend on your personal preference but a great way to ensure it looks luxurious is to use natural tones like stone or marble. Tiles also help to make a bathroom feel bigger, which makes them vital for smaller spaces.
Upgrade your fixtures and fittings
Just because you’re not overhauling your bathroom design doesn’t mean you can’t switch up a few of the essential features. Change your standard bath or sink taps to brass or gunmetal options to make them the statement piece of the room or invest in chic features like an illuminated mirror to take your bathroom to the next level.
Add plants or flowers
The moist environment of a bathroom makes it the perfect place for your plants to flourish and they’ll help to add that tropical paradise look you may desire. Try to position these around your mirror or on cabinets for an extra touch of luxury. If your budget doesn’t stretch to real plants or you’re a bad plant parent, then fake ones may be the way to go. These will still look great but offer a more affordable solution and will be impossible to kill!