Five Tips to Perk up your Bathroom


Our bathrooms go through a lot. Water and steam both take their toll over time, so it’s no surprise that it’s one of the rooms people are most keen to renovate. If you’re thinking of sprucing up your bathroom, here are a few things you could consider.

Upgrade your shower

Many of us dream about having a luxurious rain shower worthy of a five star hotel, so why not speak to a plumber about getting one installed? Modern showers can be decadent while still being eco-friendly and conserving water.

Hire a plumber

Sort your ventilation

Sometimes it can seem impossible to avoid damp and condensation in the bathroom, but a capable fan or ventilation system is designed to handle all the moisture you can throw at it, as long as it’s well maintained. If you need to repair or replace your extractor fan, talk to a competent electrician.

Hire an electrician

Update your tiling

Moldy grouting or sealant is one of the banes of bathrooms, while cracked tiles can lead to greater damage of the wall behind. Even if they’re all intact, replacing your tiling can be a relatively quick and inexpensive way to refresh your bathroom.

Hire a tiler

Add some new hardware

Even small details can give a big impact, so don’t neglect the minor aspects of your bathroom, like cabinet handles, door hooks and the toilet-roll holder. If you want an even bigger impact, you can go all out and update the toilet, basin, and bath itself.

Hire a bathroom fitter

Expand your storage

If you’re constantly running out of space for your toiletries, towels, and all the other things that build up in a bathroom, why not add some in-built storage? A talented carpenter can help build bespoke shelves or cupboards to fit the most awkward spaces

Hire a carpenter

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