Your bathroom may be out of other people’s sight but that doesn’t mean you get can get away with carelessly buying just any sanitary ware. It also needs creative input and thorough attention as you would give your bedroom or living room. This is because aesthetics is not the only goal here but to also build a comfortable and functional bathroom.
To achieve that goal, here are some tips that will help your choose the best sanitary ware for your bathroom that suits your needs.
If you want your bathroom to reflect your quirky personality, it’s okay to be very creative with different colors of sanitary wares. Just make sure you know how to combine colors that complement each other. Like if yellow/golden would be the accent color that you want, keeping everything else white would be good but powder blue cabinets go well with it too. If you’re not so sure about this, it would be best to stick to white. It’s a safe color, gives your bathroom a classic and elegant appeal.
Since you’re going to spend money anyway, why not invest on sanitary wares that can make your life a little more comfortable? If you can afford it, invest in a bathtub and a shower that allows temperature adjustment. You’ll thank yourself you did when you’ve had a long day and all your body’s craving for is a long warm bubble bath.
3. Ease Of Cleaning
It would have been convenient if all your sanitary items in your bathroom have a self-cleaning feature. Sadly, that doesn’t exist yet. But until then, think about how easy an item would be to clean before buying them. Otherwise, you’d end up swearing up and down while scrubbing the hell of your bathroom.
If your bathroom space is small, you’d better opt for sanitary wares that are on a smaller size because buying big toilet and all of that stuff will make your bathroom look smaller than it is. Though it’s always up to you if you really want big bathtub and other sanitary wares, just don’t say we didn’t warn you when you keep on bumping on everything with your every move.
While choosing bathroom sanitary ware, two major factors have to be put into consideration. These are the strength and the design. The toilet bowls and bathroom basins should be of a good design and also be strong enough not to chip and break easily. They should therefore have no sharp edges and you should ensure they are well fitted.