Give your bathroom a facelift

Your bathroom might not be very big but it can still make a design statement. You shouldn’t let your bathroom decor bring the rest of your property down and this can easily be rectified by a spot of interior design. There are some easy ways that you can give your bathroom a whole new look, and they don’t have to cost too much.

Add matching accessories

According to research by an architecture and design company, less than 2% of British consumers see their bathroom as their favorite place in the home; however, you can change the whole look and feel of your room simply by adding a few designer accessories. Go for a style that complements your current color scheme to add a touch of sophistication and make you want to spend longer lingering in there. Silver accessories and finishes are popular and give the room a contemporary look.

Fit a pedestal sink

A new pedestal sink will look elegant in any bathroom and can also save space. Choose a design with a simple white finish to give a clean, crisp and modern look.

Have a shower door

On average we each have 277 showers a year; therefore, you will want to protect the rest of the bathroom properly when you are in the shower. Shower curtains are cheap and can quickly harbor damp and mildew, ruining the overall look of your bathroom. A more practical option is to fit a shower door, which is far easier to clean and maintain and gives the room a fresher feel.

Install a designer radiator

When it comes to bathroom radiators there is so much more choice than there was a few years ago. Designer radiators are particularly popular at the moment and add a point of difference to your bathroom. They come in a choice of white and chrome finishes, with both curved and straight designs, enabling you to choose a product to suit your particular style. You can visit Apollo for an array of designer radiators.

Re-grout tiles

Even with a regular clean the tiles around showers and baths can suffer from mold and start to look grubby and unsightly. Re-grouting them can take a bit of time and patience, but the finished look is well worth the work and considerably cheaper than a whole new set of tiles.