Has your bathroom not been updated since the stone age? If you haven’t touched it in the past couple of decades, then it’s definitely time for a revamp. There has been a lot of new technology invented in recent years that is not only energy efficient, but much more luxurious for prices lower than you probably would think. Check out this post to learn more!
Choose a relaxing ambiance for your new bathroom
If your bathroom is more of a utilitarian room rather than an escape, then you need to keep that in mind. You should be put at ease in your bathroom, not feel like you’re at a port-a-potty at a concert.
A quick, cheap, and easy way to add another dimension to your bathroom is to add a scent aesthetic as well. Think incense, scented candles or plug-in air fresheners.
Install a brand new and luxurious steam shower
Nothing will help to sooth muscle cramps and kinks that the stresses of a long day can inflict upon you quite like a Insignia steam shower can.
By combining the relaxing qualities of a steam sauna with the functionality of a traditional shower, you can also build more little creature comforts into your unit like a foot massager, and FM radio/MP3 audio system that allows you to sing like a pop star in the morning, and drift away on a sea of classical music in the evening with a steamy serene steam shower.
Also, the base can also function as a whirlpool bath for those days that you feel like full body immersion therapy will be the cure for your ailments.
Install a heated floor
Before you select new tiles for your bathroom, thinking about laying down heating elements before them.
With the cold days of winter upon us, imagine how great it will feel to step from the cold hallway floor to the gently-warmed tiles of your new bathroom escape.
Place heating elements within your bathroom cabinets
Not many people who renovate bathrooms think of this to do, but if you’ve never heard of it before, you’ll probably want it after reading!
Wouldn’t it be amazing if your towels felt like they had just come fresh out of the dryer, everyday, always? Work heating elements into where you keep your bathroom linens (the correct term is a warming drawer) when you fix up your bathroom, and you’ll have one of those extra little perks that will make your feel like you’re living at a spa.