Linggo, Hulyo 19, 2015
When organising or renovating any room in the house, being familiar with the current arrangement of the items helps you to know the subsequent layout desirable for the size and purpose of the place. This is particularly true for small bathrooms where every space should be maximised. Amid other available small storage solutions, the recessed bathroom shelf is trending among many homeowners right now as it not only presents an orderly bathroom, but also efficiently maximises all hidden and unused areas as well. Situated above the sink, below the ceiling or beside the shower room, a built-in structure can be placed in available areas that may seem awkward or counterproductive for storage. With some creativity, however, niches may also be combined with other organisers like putting hooks for hanging clothes and woven baskets for cosmetics.
Biyernes, Hulyo 17, 2015
Looking for places to store various items is a common problem most homeowners have when organizing their bathrooms. When frustration hits, getting a bigger bathroom seems like the most viable option. You could also, of course, exercise a little creativity and resourcefulness to make the most of what space you have. Before you begin arranging anything, it’s important that you create a thorough plan or layout for how you want your bathroom to look like after the renovation, or after you’ve merely spruced it up. Produce an inventory or a list of all items currently placed inside, then separate the materials that you still need from those you don’t. Afterwards, position essential items like bathing paraphernalia in accessible locations such as inside the shower room or above the toilet and the rest in hidden areas.
Miyerkules, Hulyo 15, 2015
Of all the rooms in your home, the bathroom is the one place where you can savour some truly relaxing “me” time (apart from your bedroom, of course). Since it’s also one of the most frequented places in your house, it’s also subject to inevitable wear-and-tear, from potential damages like cracked and/or stained tilework to water damage along the walls. When such problems occur over a long period of time, a renovation will typically be required in order to fix the problems. As a major undertaking, though, a bathroom renovation project is no simple task at all. It requires you to judiciously plan and subsequently balance your personal preferences and needs along with the project’s total cost. In order to maintain a smooth overall process, you must take note of these Do’s and Don’ts.
Lunes, Hulyo 13, 2015
Think of the most cluttered places in your home. Is it your round-the-clock busy kitchen? Your child’s bedroom or playroom? The living room? When you take a harder, closer look at your bathroom, you’ll find that the bathroom is usually the last to be cleaned up, and the various bath and grooming clutter remains in there for days. Believe it when you’re told that when there’s grooming, there’s clutter. Nonetheless, bathrooms get the priority for small or full-scale bathroom renovations, next to kitchens. Clutter is a vexing problem in any limited space. The compact nature of the average-sized bathroom makes it constantly expedient to leave things around, especially when not much storage space have been built in there. Without closets, shelves, or adequate niches to keep things in order, it will be extremely difficult for anyone to find a place for the basic bathroom stuffs one would need.