6 Step Guide to Designing a Modern Bathroom Plan
Planning your Next Bathroom Remodeling Project
Interior designers have to review their knowledge in which they are working with when performing a layout, bath prospects usually know what is important to look out for and what is not important in every situation that the interior designer is prospecting and the key elements. Here are 6 basic steps that you will want to consider before touching the toddler and brace brushes to take a various bath remodeling project into a beauty!
- 1 Step 1 – Position the Bathroom in Direct sunlight.
- 2 Step 2 – Collect Bathroom pictures, inspiration.
- 3 Step 3 – Determine your Bathroom Space
- 4 Step 4 – Design your Bathroom Layout.
- 5 Step 5 – Plan your keep your budget and/or Waters of the project in mind.
- 6 Step 6 – Refine your design of your bathroom.
Step 1 – Position the Bathroom in Direct sunlight.
Clearly, the primary objective is to position a bathroom in the most favorable and historically correct spot in your home. I have come across a remodeler, who marker the coveted bathroom spot as the bathroom “boxes”, in a staircase on first floor and the vanity was approximately 10 feet down the hallway.
Selecting a spot that will have the bathroom providing you with sunlight and fits your home’s décor.
Step 2 – Collect Bathroom pictures, inspiration.
Bi-weekly, I gather up pictures from a local magazine, showroom or local builder’s store that inspire and make my hub of thoughts in design and oftentimes, I incorporate these in my Worldwide Bathroom Remodeling project. her magazines are great sources for coming up with design ideas and the pictures incorporated into my home’s decors. The current issue of your magazine is probably the best source for inspiration for ideas in your bathroom / home in general.
Step 3 – Determine your Bathroom Space
I am a minimalist and I have a 24 by 36 foot bathroom. My big bathrooms are also very spacious but that doesn’t have me overly concerned. I draw from those bathroom pictures that show larger bathrooms and I just measure what I have in mind for my bathroom.
For instance, a 24 foot by 36 foot bathroom with lateral kings and bath tubs and contemporary modern fixtures. By following these three simple steps, you now should be able to make sure that your new bathroom will have the best layout for you and for your home in general.
Step 4 – Design your Bathroom Layout.
Designing your stylish bathroom layout is rewarding, especially when you see the finished product. Poly circles are used to provide the backdrop for your thinking. Your style and décor should match yours and your home’s personality. Choose the style that best fits your personality. I personally share some of my bathroom pictures with my friends because they are typically the best person to give advice and steer you in the right direction. Also share my thoughts on things that may cause confusion for you. I have several photos of my bathroom design that are close up shots and the details does make a difference.
Step 5 – Plan your keep your budget and/or Waters of the project in mind.
It is important to determine how much you want to spend on the project. Keep some cushioning money to be spent for hiring a contractor if your budget does not come in line with the budget. I recently found an item online that I believe is worth the money, it is a scientifically designed bath system of five elements. The element is shown as a series of pictures but it will require you to spend some additional cash to design, you choose the elements that you want to incorporate.
Coordinate your bathroom with it’s surroundings by choosing elements from their surroundings. There may be certain colors that you would naturally see around you. Bathrooms should also include a very beautiful view. A picturesque photo or even a set of pictures can inspire your bathroom if it has the best view of the city, the beach, the countryside or other scenery that excite you.
Step 6 – Refine your design of your bathroom.
If you are going for a unique look, I suggest that you draw the basic idea for your bathroom. It is important that this is used as a business card by your interior decorator. I strongly suggest that if you are going for a custom look that you get your hands on some old magazines that would have pictures of what you are looking for.
I have found that picture what your bathroom looks like and sketch what you want your bathroom to look like. This will cause you to refine your design. I love to put to civilization, selected started drawing of what I wish for my bathroom and then I concentrate the drawing on the flow of theme throughout the bathroom. For example, if you drawing for the bathroom, do you drawing to the scene of a beach. Do you drawing to a beach scene with a surf and wave in the background? These are those ideas that I use to start drawing the overall theme of a bathroom.
If you drawing to a beach theme that a beautiful palm trees soaker with sand surrounding it. White sand, beach and palm trees. I draw this scene. If you drawing to a beach scene then you drawing the seashore.