Creating The Perfect Family Bathroom

Bathrooms are arguably one of the most significant rooms in your new home. How can your bathroom cater to the different needs of everyone in your family?

Bathrooms are arguably one of the most significant rooms in your new home. When building your custom home, it’s important to consider how your bathroom can cater to the different needs of everyone in your family. A bright and orderly space will be able to refresh you and your family every day, but balancing everyone’s different needs can be tricky, especially if there’s limited space!

1. Make The Most Of Your Space

Bathrooms vary in size, but the look and feel of the space are all up to you. Efficient storage can help clear the clutter (such as bath toys!) by utilising the space under the sink or installing wall-hung units that can keep things off the floor.

2. Add A Personal Touch

Whether it’s feature colours or indoor plants, don’t be afraid of expressing your family’s personality, even in the bathroom design! For example, timber can add warmth and its natural texture contrasts black and white tiles ideally.

Classic Bathroom Sink
Bathroom Shelving
Classic Bathroom

3. Clear The Air With A Sensor Vent Fan

If steam and moisture accumulate over time, it can leave your bathroom mouldy. This would be unpleasant but harmful, particularly if someone in the family has respiratory concerns. A sensor vent fan can help clear the moisture and keep the air fresh for everyone.

4. Replace Old Tiles

Over time, stubborn grout mould can grow, particularly in corners. Replacing old tiles can save you the hassle of intensive cleaning and give your bathroom a whole new feel.

5. Combine Your Bath And Shower

A lot of kids love playing in the bath! Smooth, rounded edges rather than angular designs can keep tiny heads safe. On top of that, a P-shaped or L-shaped shower bath combines the novelty of bath time for the kids with the practicality of showers for adults, without the need to have both a bath and a shower space. This is particularly handy for smaller bathrooms!

6. Install Non-Slip Floors

This is a significant way to keep you and your family safe. Ideally, the floor is waterproof so that those bath time puddles don’t cause any major falls or injuries.

Every family is unique. It’s important to share your vision and work together with your custom builder so that they can help create the perfect bathroom for your home.


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