Bathroom Remodeling By H&H

Have you ever been into a bathroom that didn’t have a bathroom mirror? Nope. We haven’t either. No bathroom is complete without a mirror for visual effect. Mirrors play a key part in our daily grooming like shaving, applying makeup, styling our hair, etc. The mirror is one of the last things we look at before leaving not only the bathroom but often, the house. Getting the right mirror to suit our needs is an art in itself. Here is a quick guide to help you choose the right sized bathroom mirror.

If water still continues to run from the toilet tank, then you should check the float ball. A float ball that is positioned too high will constantly cause water to enter the toilet’s overflow pipe. A float ball that is positioned too low won’t allow for proper operation. Don’t let the ball touch the tank sides, and replace the ball if it is damaged.

Single bathroom vanities are made in a wide range of styles, ranging from contemporary to antique, traditional to modern. They are made out of a variety of materials. Woods such as pine and maple are commonly used. Teak and Brazilian cherry can be used too though this makes the vanity more expensive, and it may not be what you want if you’re looking into the cheap bathroom vanity unit.

Make sure the lights in your bathroom spa are not too harsh. Save those super-bright fluorescent bulbs for the kitchen where detail-oriented tasks are performed. In the bathroom, the lights should be soft, soothing and flattering. A quick fix for this would be to install a wall sconce (that doesn’t expose the light bulb). Better yet, you might consider installing a small chandelier on the ceiling. This will add not only an eye-friendly light but also an extra glamorous touch to your bathroom. To create a truly relaxing ambience, some people even pass over electric lights completely and opt for candles instead.

Walk through the room and note the traffic patterns. Move the pieces around you find an arrangement that works with the space and with the traffic flow. That is, do not block access to other rooms or doors with furniture arrangements or individual pieces. You will want to direct traffic while allowing easy access to pathways in, out of, and around the room.

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