Your bathroom is not just a room which serves a few essential purposes. It is a room which many people use to relax in after a long day’s work, and a room, like any other which can be personalised.
If you are thinking of redecorating your bathroom but unsure of how you might want to go about it, then there are a wealth of very basic ideas to get you started. Below are a few things to think about, that might help you on your way.
1. Paint it your way
First things first. Your new bathroom is going to need a new coat of paint. If you’re stuck, in thinking that it must be painted quite generic colours, then you’re wrong. Go for a colour combination that really sums you up as a person. Whether it’s bright and dramatic, quirky, or stylish and minimal, there really is no limit to the imagination. To make your bathroom look super stylish, try sticking to a few key colours and then switch to a new colour to paint in the details such as the coving on the walls.
 Go for a colour that really expresses your own tastes and styles.
2. Get rid of the clutter
Storage features can really clutter up a bathroom. And a lot of the time they are not even used properly. Getting rid of any non-essential storage will give you a lot more space to play with.
3. Get a new bath tub
New bath tubs are really not as expensive as you may think. Many can be bought for a few hundred pounds and will transform the look of your bathroom beyond recognition. From traditional freestanding baths to modern teardrop shapes, there is a stunning variety out there to choose from. You can even visit salvage yards to see if you can unearth a classic bath tub from years gone by.
4. Re-do the flooring
If your bathroom flooring has suffered a lot over the years, then why not just whip it up and lay something else down. If you want to spend a little money on it, then go for floor tiles. If not, there’s a lot of very hardwearing vinyl out there which is well priced and extremely easy to put down.
5. Try Pinterest
Pinterest is a great website for style tips and designs. Just spending half an hour on there could really make a difference. How about using an old Victorian door for your shower unit? Or some old hanging stage lights for lighting? The inspirations on Pinterest are limitless.