Bathrooms have styles, just like people have styles. The more thought you put into the style of your bathroom finishes during the renovation, the happier you'll be with the final result. Look through lots of online bathroom photos and bathroom renovation or interior design publications. Don't worry if you don't know the names of all the different styles - all you need to know is what you like and what you don't like. Make two collections representing your favorite bathrooms and your nightmare bathrooms. Refer to them both as a guide when choosing bathroom fixtures, bathroom accessories, bathroom tiles, and anything else that goes in your bathroom. Determine the new room dimensions and positions of existing doors, windows, and skylights. These will affect your new floor plan, and the positioning, shape and size of fixtures and fittings. If adding, resiting or resizing doors/windows/skylights, allow for extra time, cost and tradespeople. Decide if the bathroom will be part of a larger room or area (such as a master bedroom or poolside 'wet area') or a self-contained space? Will you be restructuring the space? Altering the floor or ceiling, removing or adding internal walls, installing a sunken bath/spa/sauna or embedding fixtures into walls, floor or ceiling cavities will generally mean more people, time and costs. If your bathroom is to incorporate laundry facilities it may require additional power and plumbing outlets. Assess the materials used in the existing bathroom (eg. concrete, wood, tiles or plasterboard). All require different solutions. Determine how much cavity space there is to work with in the walls, ceiling, and under-floor area. This may affect the type, configuration and positioning of pipes, wires and fittings. Will you need to change existing plumbing or wiring to accommodate the new design? Assess whether existing fixtures, fittings or finishes (eg. floor or wall tiles, toilet suite, screens, mirrors) can be incorporated into the new design. Resurfacing or refitting existing fixtures and fittings can help cut costs. Determine how the 'time out' required for renovations will affect your day-to-day life and organise how to best plan around the ongoing work. For example, hire a portaloo or bathe at your local gym or neighbour's house. This is particularly important if your home has only one bathroom.


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