Is your bathroom prepared for the winter months? Imagine a bathroom visit in the middle of the night. Does just the thought of walking on that cold tile send shivers down your spine? Here are some easy ways to keep your bathroom warm and comfy, even on the coldest winter months.
Turn Up the Heat!
The most luxurious way is to install heated floors. Radiant heating systems use a warm surface to heat up a space. You may then control the heat by a thermostat, turning it on a few minutes before you enter. Because heat rises, that warm floor will soon transform into a warm, comfy bathroom. (If you are considering this option, it’s best to check with a licensed electrician. This is not a project for a DIY-er, unless you have wiring and electrician experience.)
Lower-Cost Heating Options
Heated floors can end up being fairly costly. A lower-cost possibility would be installing heated towel rods, which is also more energy-efficient. This will make your towels soft and toasty, perfect for when you reach out your hand after your nice, warm shower.
Installing a heater that you can turn on a few minutes before you shower is also a less complicated, more energy-efficient method for creating a warm and inviting environment.
Bathroom Accessories Can Turn Up the Heat and Coziness!
You might also want to consider purchasing a few necessities to create a feeling of warmth in your bathroom. A couple of fluffy bath rugs can be a much-needed respite for your feet on those chilly nights. (Be sure to purchase rug grips to place underneath the rug. You don’t want it sliding around.)
Votive candles are another way to add some heat and create a relaxed, cozy atmosphere for your nightly bath. You may also try experimenting with colours, adding splashes of vibrant reds, oranges, and browns to make your bathroom a warm and inviting refuge.
Decide on Your Budget and Time Constraints – and Get Warm!
Whether you have a lot of time to renovate your Adelaide bathroom with heated floors and towel rods, or you would rather just spend a few minutes at the store, there are plenty of options to spice up your bathroom. Figure out how much time and money you want to spend, and get ready to beat those winter blues!