At Inspira Bathrooms, we understand how important your bathroom layout is. Your bathroom plays a vital part in your day, whether it’s to invigorate you in the morning or help you relax in the evening. When you choose our bathroom design services we will always pay close attention to your needs. Check out the following guide and either visit one of our showrooms or contact us today to discuss your needs.
When planning your bathroom, there are many things to consider, from who will use it to how it will be used. Options include:
Family Bathroom – In a family bathroom, you need to have enough space that caters for your growing family.
En-Suite – A sanctuary that’s both luxurious and practical, where you can escape and relax.
Guest Bathroom – You’ll want to create a space which is both welcoming and pampering.
Rental Property - Reliability and durability are the most important concerns when selecting products.
What do you most like and dislike about your current bathroom? Making a list of features you’d most like to retain or add in your new bathroom is useful for organising your layout. Maybe you’d like a walk-in shower, a large vanity with two sinks, a separate enclosure for your toilet, or a large, free-standing bath – it’s up to you.
Looking for inspiration online and in magazines is a great way to get ideas. Whatever you need, our experienced designers and suppliers will aim to provide it for you and make it a part of your ultimate bathroom layout.
Your layout can make all the difference to your new bathroom, so be sure to plan carefully. Here are some things you should consider:
Baths come in a huge range of shapes and sizes and if you like freestanding ones it doesn’t necessarily mean they will take more room! Consider the space you have available and how best to organise everything, if you don’t have a separate shower now by moving things around you could create space. These days, many people are also opting to trade their bath for a luxurious walk-in shower.
A vanity basin unit plays an integral role in your bathroom for essential storage and can either be floor standing, wall mounted or fitted range. Choose a spot that won’t interfere with your traffic, and consider space above for a mirror or cabinet. The addition of wall cabinets and shelves will finish the look.
No matter what kind of bathroom renovation you are undertaking, plumbing will be one of the main costs so try and keep the costs down by limiting the need to adjust your existing plumbing set up. Consider the size of the area being tiled and the intricacy of the tiling as these costs can creep up too. Shower-boards are another option, which are also easy to clean and there’s some beautiful designs.
“Inspira took our vision and design, giving us a dream bathroom. Great communication throughout the whole process and the team advised and adapted as the work progressed. Dave the fitter is a fantastic craftsman and great to have in your home. Highly recommended.”