Creating a Traditional Bathroom on a Budget
An increasing amount of people are looking for a touch of tradition when it comes to renovating their bathroom. A classic style adds a sense of luxury to any rest room space, and there are so many features which can create a really traditional feel in the bathroom. For example, a floor standing, double ended bath can make the perfect centrepiece of your bathroom, offering both style and functionality with some beautiful claw bath feet and elegant cross head taps.
Alternatively you may prefer to opt for some features that won’t play such a prominent role in your bathroom. Ridged ceramics with some gold, exquisite vanity sinks, luxurious taps portray an elegant, yet subtle style in your bathroom. Regardless of the features you choose, the price tag given to traditional bathroom is always increasing as more and more people opt for large, traditional bathroom suites. So how can we create a luxurious bathroom without spending a small fortune?
Choose Features Carefully
Not every aspect of your bathroom needs to project traditionalism. A good idea is to make smaller tweaks and changes that will surprisingly make a bigger difference. Consider changing individual items, replace your compact, minimalist bath with a glorious looking floor standing one, perhaps you could change your taps from stylish mono basin mixer taps into elegant crosshead faucets with a hint of Victorian charm. Either way, you don’t have to replace your entire bathroom to achieve a classic style.
As more and more people want to feature a more classic bathroom in their home, an increasing amount of online retailers are featuring vast range of traditional bathroom suites, this means that with enough patience, you can bag yourself a high quality bargain suite from a trusted retailer. Your entire bathroom doesn’t need to come from just one bathroom store either, browse the market to find your taps, accessories, ceramics and furniture to find the most affordable products that don’t compromise quality.
Quality Comes First
Despite wanting a more affordable bathroom, by buying the cheapest traditional products you can find won’t save you money in the long run. When it comes to ceramics and furniture, you need fittings that are going to last a considerable amount of time and not begin to look worn within or year or so. Aim to purchase suites from reputable manufacturers and shop around online for the most affordable suites on the market. It’ll prevent you from having to carry out yet another renovation sooner.
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