Selling Houses Australia

How to Plan an Ensuite Bathroom

Ensuites are hugely popular and high on any buyers expectations list. Consider these expert tips when planning the space.

If you get it right, an ensuite can have a big impact. Bunnings have everything you need to do it yourself, which can save you plenty of money in the long-run. Here are a few ideas when planning an ensuite.

1. Function

The same rules apply for planning an ensuite as with any small space. Everything has to fit, be on hand, but not be in the way. It's all about function, however there are basic amenities people expect. The minimum is a toilet, basin and shower unit. Anything less is more like a powder room.

2. Appeal

A specially built-in towel rail below the basin is modern and functional, but also makes the bathroom visually appealing as well.

The space underneath the sink is always a great place to put shelves. It's an easy way of making use to a dead area.

3. Fittings

Fittings in an ensuite can go a long way to adding to the wow factor. A bath in an ensuite is a luxury. If a home doesn't have one in the main bathroom, then it's a necessity. 

It's a good idea to think about what your home already offers, before you start work. An overhead rain shower in an ensuite keeps things simple, visually. It also adds a little indulgence to the room.

Using a wall mounted shaving cabinet is a great storage solution and every good ensuite has to have a mirror.

Remember, an ensuite in a family home is a real plus and with some careful planning, it could be just what the buyers are looking for.

For more tips and information head to bunnings.com.au

 

 

 

 
 

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Posted by Best7Report
We should also install a humidifier in the bathroom. Sometimes we feel humidity in the bathroom. I am using my frigidaire dehumidifier in the room and dyson humidifier in the bathroom.
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Posted by Fay115Report
Nice tips!..with this kind of bathroom, can i put a dehumidifier inside the bathroom or i'll leave it inside the bedroom? But i need to open the door of the bathroom, would be effective to dry out the moist inside? How far should the dehumidifier be with the bathroom?
Posted by BrayReport
Thanks for sharing this informative post. This information is very useful while constructing bathroom these different factors means a lot at that time. Thanks!!