Adding a wet room to your property is currently one of the most popular trends in home design. They can be incredibly versatile, aesthetically appealing and easy to clean. A wet room also provides safety and ease of access and are life-changing for those with mobility issues. But choosing the most appropriate flooring material for your wet room is an important consideration when designing your new wet room.
If you’ve seen our previous blog post about bathroom remodelling, then this will be a different approach towards the same concept. Creating space, but with large bathroom tiles.
But the bathroom we see before us isn’t as cramped as the last one, so a different approach is needed. Luckily, the team behind this remodel only had to follow 2 suggestions from what the homeowner said. Fit in a freestanding bath, and use large tiles. An easy task.
The bathroom is one of the main necessities of life, and bathroom refurbishment is key to it. If you think about it, it’s actually one of the places you’ll have spent the most time in.
Knowing this, bathroom refurbishment isn’t actually a bad investment to make. It can affect your psychology, save on bills, and even raise the value of your property.
Taking that into account, how do you even start? Let’s take a look.