3 Things to Consider When Choosing Bathroom Fixtures and Faucetsby CustomHomes on Wednesday, November 22, 2017
The bathroom is a place you go to wash away the dirt of the day and relax. There is nothing more enjoyable than coming home after a long day’s work to enjoy a nice hot soak. It’s nice to pamper yourself every once in awhile. Making the best of your bathroom is a move towards doing the best for yourself.
When choosing the best faucets and fixtures–like toilets, bathtubs, showers, and sinks–there are a number of things to take into account. Here are three things to consider when choosing bathroom fixtures and faucets:
Depending on the size of your bathroom, you may have to prioritize which fixtures you will try. You may want to go with a simple bathroom that fits all your basic needs, or you may want to buy a big bathtub that you can soak in. Think about how many bathrooms you have. If you have more than one, who will most commonly use which? Do they have certain preferences? These questions reveal just how flexible you can be with your choices, and what sort of layout is best for you and your family.
Shower and Bathtub Fixtures
Showers take up less space in a bathroom and function just as well as baths to get you clean. You can affix a shower with all kinds of showerheads. You can choose from a wall-mounted unit, handheld, rain shower head, full body spray, and more! There is, of course, the option to mix and match for the most comfortable shower. Model your shower with soft flooring to make it wonderfully equipped to massage, soothe, and cleanse you.
On the other hand, bathtubs can allow you to sit down comfortably as you soak. They can also come with heaters that keep your water warm! This allows you to enjoy a long break with a good book to read. Which to choose depends on what you want most: a quick cleaning, or a relaxing one.
Bathroom faucets come in an incredible array of shapes and styles.Although they serve a simple purpose, eyes are often drawn to them. They can tremendously beautify any room. When thinking of upgrading or buying a new sink, there are some choices to keep in mind. For example, where do you want the faucet opening? How do you want to turn it on and off? What will be the size of your basin? How much counter space do you desire?
Making your custom home a reality can seem overwhelming. There are so many choices! For help building your dream home, contact the team at Custom Home Group for a home tour or consultation.