1. Keep Your Current Layout
Relocating your bathroom furniture is sometimes unavoidable, especially if you're installing a free-standing bath or something similar. However, bear in mind that this will result in having to amend the pipework around the bathroom and can increase the costs dramatically. If you can keep the same layout, you'll automatically be saving money that you can then spend on luxury additions and finishing touches to your new bathroom.
2. Create Focal Points
This is a good piece of advice no matter what your budget “ creating focal points within your opulent bathroom highlights the most luxurious elements. For instance, you can stick to your budget by keeping the same pipework around your bathroom and yet install bespoke deck-mounted taps in an unusual finish that really catches the eye.
Alternatively, if you want to add luxury touches to other aspects of your bathroom, why not focus on the sink? A unique basin combined with ornamental wall mounted taps like our BT44 can create a focal point away from the bathtub. If you've decided to keep your original layout and yet you're looking for something a little different, this could be the ideal compromise.
3. Choose Quality from the Beginning
Image: @projecth0meYou know the scenario “ something is offered at a suspiciously low price in a sale but, because it looks so good, you snap it up. Somewhere in the future, this piece of equipment breaks, and you can't get a refund. You pay more money to rectify the problem, often exceeding the amount you would've paid for quality equipment at the start of the process. Problems with taps and showers can have far-reaching implications for your home, and if those problems are caused by shoddy workmanship, you have every right to be disgruntled. Buying direct from suppliers who place an emphasis on quality and have their own direct relationships with the manufacturers will ensure a personal service throughout and will facilitate solutions in the event of any issues.