Whatever it is the size of your home, the bathroom needs to be very well planned. The best blend is a practical space that represents your personal design taste fits around the lifestyle of your family. Here are a few of the main elements to remember that will help you to understand how to design the perfect bathroom.

 

 

Layout

Whether if you are starting from scratch or renovating your existing your bathroom needs to be well planned in terms of layout. Plan an efficient layout means deciding the best place where to have a shower, a bathtub, a basin, and so on, but also dealing with plumbing drains, water lines and vent stack. It is important that a bathroom will practically be “easy to use”. This means that all its elements must be accessible, clear and functional and easy to clean.

 

 

perfect bathroom

 

Image Credit: David Giles

Bathroom designed by: Amberth

 

 

Appliances

Once you have planned the layout, it will be the time to select the appliances. There are many options on the market, from double-sink vanities to custom made and wall-mounted cabinets. All it will depend on the space you have and the style and mood you wish to achieve, whether is contemporary, traditional, modern, etc. For a spacious look select semi-recessed basins and wall hung toilets. Keep the floor free usually helps the bathroom to appear bigger than it is.

 

 

perfect bathroom

 

Image Credit: David Giles

Bathroom designed by: Amberth

 

 

Flooring

When selecting the floor materials remember that they need to be hardworking, impervious to water and slip-resistant without forget that they need to be also attractive. Ceramic tiles or stone tiles are a good choice but be careful when choosing the finish, as the highly polished stone is slippery when wet. Floor tiles are extremely durable and are resistant to water, stains and wear and they are easy to care for.

 

 

perfect bathroom

 

Image Credit: David Giles

Bathroom designed by: Amberth

 

 

Storage

Think through exactly what you need to store in the bathroom and design with this in mind. Storage solutions could be vanity unit drawers, mirrored cabinet or especially thought bespoke cupboard.

 

 

 

Image Credit: David Giles

Bathroom designed by: Amberth

 

 

Our design team at Amberth love to create bathroom experiences with bespoke furnishings and finishes. For more information or to get in touch with our one of our team for a complimentary consultation click here.