Top tips to upgrade your bathroom

Bathroom featuring Methven Surface Basin Mixer & Surface Wall Mounted Bath Mixer.
Bathroom featuring Methven Surface Basin Mixer & Surface Wall Mounted Bath Mixer.

INVIGORATING us in the morning and de-stressing us in the eve, the bathroom is a vital room in our home.

It needs to be functional but also look like a space in which you want to spend time.

Shower and tapware brand, Methven has collaborated with Dot + Pop design blogger, Eve Gunson, to offer top tips to upgrade your bathroom.

Eve Gunson on enhancing the bathroom:

Update your shower and tapware

Choosing a stunning shower and tapware will transform your bathroom into an oasis.

Remove the old and replace with matte black for a modern look.

The Methven Aio Aurajet Twin Shower in matte black is the epitome of imagination with its minimalist appearance and exclusively engineered Aurajet technology, creating an efficient, luxuriously wide and even fan-like spray which will transform your showering experience.

Try a lick of paint

If the budget is tight, there are simple cosmetic changes you can make to immediately upgrade your bathroom.

Painting your tiles is a cost-effective and simple way to completely and quickly refresh your bathroom.

There are many tile paints available if you like to DIY or you can hire a professional.

Opt for light colours to make the room feel bright and spacious or deep colours for a dramatic modern finish.

Replace your vanity

Removing your old vanity and replacing it with a new one will make your bathroom feel like it’s had a full renovation.

If you have a floor vanity, consider replacing it with a floating vanity as a means of visually opening up the space.

A floating vanity is also the perfect choice if you want to create clean, crisp lines in your bathroom, making the room more modern.

If your budget doesn’t allow for a new vanity, repurpose your old one or an existing piece of furniture.

Light it up

Lighting is so important for a bathroom and if you have had the same lights since you moved in, it’s probably time for an upgrade.

Try to avoid fluorescent lighting and aim to use natural light instead.

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