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Designing any kind of room in a home can be a daunting task. Wet areas like the bathroom and kitchen can be the most difficult – when it comes to the former, selecting the right bathroomware is an absolutely essential consideration.

In case you didn’t know, bathroomware refers to all of the fixed installations in the space. This is essentially referring to what kind of shower, toilet, and sink you are planning to use, amongst other things.

To help you out, take a look at the following list of 3 key considerations when buying bathroomware.


1.    Functionality

This is an area of the home that is pretty unambiguous in its function, so the functionality of the installations you purchase is of paramount concern. You are going to be using bathroomware multiple times every day, so you can’t afford to purchase items that are going to be inadequate when it comes to meeting the needs of your home.

For example, do you want a toilet with a bidet built-in? Do you have elderly or disabled family members who need extra safety grips and supports in the shower box? Do you need a big mirror cabinet to fit make-up and shaving supplies?

Without this consideration being taken seriously, the space won’t be very convenient or functional for the people who need to use it. While a stock standard bathroomware arrangement is something most families can survive with, if you’re designing the space from scratch, you might as well get inclusions that make the most sense for your lifestyle.


2.    Design

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Of course, the wet areas of the home are the big value-adders when it comes to renovation, and how they look is as important as how they function. Nobody wants a mix and matched space that looks like it was designed by a child in The Sims, they want something that has a uniform theme.

How the space is tiled will have the most direct impact, but the bathroomware you choose will also be essential in terms of the design. There are lots of options, ranging from minimalist and utilitarian, to rustic and traditional.

Whatever you do – keep it uniform!


3.    Budget

Budget is a key concern when it comes to any kind of home design or renovation. Wet areas are naturally the most expensive to furnish, and your bathroomware will represent a significant expense no matter who you source it from. However, just because you know it will be expensive doesn’t mean you should pay a ridiculous price – you need to shop around to find the best option for quality bathroomware at an affordable price that fits within your budget.

You don’t want to end up overpaying for something you could have got somewhere else for less money. It’s a good idea to make a list of the things you know you want to have, and then try to find a supplier who can give you a great deal.

It’s important to note that, if you want something like a white porcelain toilet, then there will be multiple manufacturers who sell products similar in appearance to one another. You need to closely compare the cost and benefit of each fixture so that you pay the least amount without compromising on the quality of the bathroomware you get.

It’s better to spend a little more now rather than deal with issues later on because you went with an inferior option to save cash. If you aren’t experienced with the design and furnishing of wet areas, it can be a good idea to consult with a plumber to get their opinion on what bathroomware will work best and give you the greatest value.

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