There’s a lot to consider with a bath remodel. Is this bath for convenience, the family or your personal retreat? How many people will be suing the bath? Is it really a powder room where you can splurge a bit? Are there kids, elderly, special needs? What are sightlines when you walk past or open the door? Is there enough room on the wall above the bath for a window that gives you both light and privacy? Would you be better off with a skylight? Where do wet towels go?
Save on your bath project but still have that custom feel by carefully coordinating
Time to treat yourself? Then it’s time to create that personal retreat. Create moods with accent lighting that accentuates your tile or stone. Try to avoid strong, single illumination that casts shadows. Plan lighting for each area –bath/shower, toilet, sinks, and vanity. (There’s a reason lighting is on both sides of your mirror,not above. It reduces glare and provides shadow-free lighting.) Track lighting with ll spots makes for a dramatic look. How about turning that close into a shower to complement a reproduction Victoria tub?
These are just a few ideas and things to thing about for your next bath remodeling project.