I am never one to upsell on too many items involved in renovations. What’s this got to do with the headline you might be asking, well tiling higher in any room will cost you more. Tiling is one of the hardest parts of a bathroom renovation. When I first started renovating my father who I seem to reference a lot in these posts would always say the tiling is what makes or breaks a bathroom as its the detail that people will pick apart the most from any lipping, contrasting grout lines to even if the drainage is not correct it grates on a person. So if you can nail the tiling you will nail the bathroom, with that notion it’s important to understand the higher you tile the more prominent that tiling will become. I usually do a pros and cons of something on a post but this one I will do it by the most frequently asked questions on the subject
Bathroom renovations can be daunting as you have so many decisions to make with some you didn’t even know was a decision to make. Where to put the toilet is just one of those on a long list choices you need to make at the start so let us help you naviagate.
The toilet is one of the most used items in the bathroom so if done wrong its a daily reminder of a layout gone pear-shaped. Some people will sell you on the style and latest in toilet technology but deep down the two things to keep in mind for me is layout and the quality of the seat. I know that sounds silly but i’m all about the practical with some toilets seats sliding or cant be adjusted and that will annoy you quicker then the sleekness of a button display might.
What is a rimless toilet you might ask? well, your helper in cleaning is what it is. With no edges, gaps or angles on the inside of the pan’s surface, the rimless design of this toilet means fewer areas for germs to accumulate for a more hygienic bathroom. The toilet we installed in a bathroom…