Ensuite design is very important as the average ensuite does not allow a lot of space. Ensuites used to be considered a luxury addition to your home.
Gone are the days of lining up to use the “bathroom”, especially where large families are concerned, as ensuites have become quite the norm in most homes in Redland City. Some larger homes have one or two ensuites and or powder rooms.
For smaller spaces, your ensuite design should include clever storage (making use of every nook and cranny) ,large mirrors to give the illusion of a much larger space, light coloured paintwork on the walls and ceiling and large windows to let in natural light. You can also incorporate the outdoors into your ensuite design by using large glass panels or large windows that overlook a privacy garden containing lots of greenery and perhaps a water feature.
For larger ensuites, free standing bath tubs are very popular and “His and Her” showers give a special touch in the master ensuite adjoining a master bedroom. Use of a waterfall shower head and also a hand held shower can be mixed for the best of both worlds. Luxurious caesarstone bench tops with the very popular counter top basins add that extra wow factor. Ceiling height wall tiling also gives the illusion of a larger space.
Redland City has a mixture of very large family homes and average size homes all include an ensuite. There is a vast array of products available on the market, and there many suppliers of quality bathroom fixtures in Redland City, giving you endless ensuite ideas. Everything you need is in Redland City, floor and ceiling tiles, baths, sinks, tap ware, towel rails, soap holders, heated flooring, shower heads , bath towels, shower screens, exhaust fans , lighting etc.
Things you must ask before signing a building contract with your bathroom renovation company.
Is the builder registered? The most important thing to remember when choosing your builder is that they must be registered within the appropriate State Building Authority in the state that work is to take place. You can check if a builder is registered by contacting Queensland Building Construction Commission or by performing an online check or simply asking to see the builders registration card or licence.
Check that the builder holds the correct insurances, including Home Building Insurance, Public Liability Insurance and Workers Compensation.
A builder should be able to work to the style and design of your bathroom or ensuite. They should also be able to advise you on ways to incorporate various elements to achieve the look you are after.
How long has the company been in business? Does the builder have systems in place to keep you up to date and informed on the progress of your renovation? Do you know exactly what you are signing for? A building contract must thoroughly specify the work to be completed.