Bathroom Sets to Match Your Decor Ideas

Your bathroom is in need of some serious TLC. If you are tired of looking at the old 70's laminated "psychedelic" floor and mustard coloured bath to match than you need to upgrade. The best way to go about this is to find bathroom sets to match your décor ideas. That way you will have a bathroom that works in perfect harmony.

There are many different bathroom sets to choose from. They normally consist of a bath, toilet and sink. Most people choose to install bathroom sets in their bathrooms rather than getting them separately as it works out cheaper. However, this does sometimes mean that you are limited in the choices you have. There is not always a wide selection in the designs. However, if this doesn't bother you than they are certainly an economical way to make the necessary changes to your bathroom without breaking the bank. The best option is to find a style of bath that you like. The bath will be taking up the most space and you also need to make sure that all of your family members can fit into it comfortably. The toilet and sink will be a standard size and should not be the deciding factor. The only thing to check is that the toilet is at a suitable height.

Once you have decided on the bath and toilet you than need to pick a colour. This will be an easy process if you know exactly how you want your décor to look at the end of the project. When it comes to the bathroom you need to make practical choices in regards to the colours and tiling. It is often better to keep it neutral. This is partly due to the fact that if you decide to sell at some point it will be easier to do so. Choosing a nautical theme for your bathroom although whimsical may not be the best choice for the future. Popular décor ideas include:

· Chrome and white: keep it simple and get a white bathroom set. You can then use chrome accents in your accessories. This can include taps, soap dispensers and so much more.

· Statement wall: pick a stand out colour that you would like to use on one of your walls. First choose the colour and then find the bathroom set that best suits it.

· Retro: although you do not want to have the 70's look anymore it is still popular to have a retro feel to the bathroom. You can do this by getting accessories that have an old school charm.

At the end of the day you need to make your new bathroom work with your personal style and the rest of the homes aesthetics. Remember to make sensible choices that will be an investment and you will have a bathroom that not only looks good but that will be able to grow with you.