It doesn’t pay to be a Scrooge
You want your dream bathroom. Endless inspiration for the project comes from glossy magazines, Pinterest or Instagram. However, it is easy enough to want a new bathroom, but it is much more complex to design and create it. Building owners often make compromises in order to minimise costs, but this can have dire consequences later on. Here are a few tips to stop this happening.
Quality first and foremost
If building owners have a sound budget plan and a great basis for inspiration, like the Geberit bathroom planner, they can clarify any concerns well in advance.
Tip 1: Make a sound budget plan and have a clear room design.
Somewhere between a dream and reality
If the initial situation is clear, sanitary companies or architects can help to create the most feasible suggestion from your dream plan.
Tip 2: It is a great help to have an experienced and capable partner by your side.
A bathroom is not just about the look – it’s also about what it is actually like to use. And glossy magazines, Pinterest and Instagram can lead you to believe that bathroom products have a high value that is simply not the case.
Tip 3: Go to showrooms, trade fairs and plumbers’ showrooms to touch the products and feel their quality before making any decisions.
If the quality is up to the mark and manufacturers keep their promises, you will be happy with your dream bathroom for many years to come.
Here’s one last tip for you: everything that is installed behind the wall, from the pipes to the cistern, is difficult to repair or replace. That is why you should keep your eyes open and opt for quality.
Which bathroom is the right one for you?
But, what exactly are your needs? Is space, cleanliness or the design important to you? Would you like user-friendly products or would you prefer that extra degree of comfort that the Geberit AquaClean shower toilet, for example, has to offer? Or would you prefer a universal design? No matter what your needs are, we simplify your daily routine with our clever bathroom solutions.
More space in the bathroom
Higher standard of cleanliness in the bathroom
More functional design in the bathroom
Greater comfort in the bathroom
Increased accessibility in the bathroom
Improved usability in the bathroom