Are you tired of the typical? Have you become bored with the banal?
If you're looking to do something completely different with your bathroom, here are six unique ways to renovate it.
You can't get much more unique than this green-tiled beauty.
1. Crazy Tiles
Anyone can install porcelain tile in their bathroom. Only the most savvy decorators, however, use something like limestone or bamboo flooring.
You might also be interested in Tuscan stone for both its beauty and its affordability. You can even have the tile decorated with mosaic or geometric patterns for bonus flair!
2. High-Tech Tubs
If your bathtub doesn't have special nobs for bubbles, jet streams and inline heaters, you're missing out on prime opportunities for relaxation.
High-tech tubs don't even cost that much anymore, not since they've become more and more commonplace in modern homes.
You can de-stress in aromatherapy treatments for as little as $1,000!
3. Double Sinks
Does your wife leave soaps and lotions scattered around the sink?
Are you tired of your husband not cleaning up after his daily shave?
Consider investing in a his-and-hers sink like the kind offered by Modern Bath
Both of you will be able to complete your morning routine without mess, fuss or bumped elbows.
4. Organizational Vanities
Most vanity tables come with little more than a flat surface and a mirror or two.
So what if you need more space or an easier way to keep track of all your medicines and cosmetics?
Think about upgrading your bathroom with an organizational vanity that comes with shelves, hooks, baskets and compartments for supreme ease of use.
5. Steam Showers
Soothe those knots in your back with a high-pressure steam shower.
They can come with everything from temperature controls to multiple shower heads that cascade warmth on your shoulders like a waterfall, making them the perfect indulgence after a long day at the office.
6. Better Light
Harsh fluorescent light is sadly common in modern bathrooms, but as you're probably aware, it doesn't do anyone any favors.
A better alternative is compact fluorescent light (CFL), which offers the same visual clarity but with energy-saving and appearance-forgiving properties. A few CFLs in the bathroom will light it up for years to come.
These are just six ways to transform your bathroom from The Addams Family to Downton Abbey. It only takes a few renovations to completely change your space, so don't be afraid to take a chance on something new!