The right bathroom design balances all your needs in a way that uniquely works for you. It means never coming home to worries, whether that’s having enough space for all your toiletries, or in this case, being able to keep everything clean. A spotless bathroom can feel like a huge relief but it’s not always the easiest task to tackle if you’re busy and fighting off grime in other parts of your household. That said, a good starting point can make cleanliness far easier down the road. With the right bathroom design, you won’t have to worry about keeping your shower, sink, and toilet clean nearly as much as you otherwise would.
You’ve likely seen no-touch faucets in public spaces before but they’re making their way into homes across the country too. With all the concerns about germs looming, you may not want to touch your faucet—even in your own bathroom! A faucet equipped with a sensor that allows you to turn it on without touching it may be the solution for you. This leaves a sleek, modern look that will cut down on how often you have to scrub your faucets, too.
Better Exhaust System
Let’s get this one out of the way since it’s not the most exciting option, but a good exhaust fan is essential. Exhaust fans are generally essential if you want to combat mold or mildew in your bathroom. These fans are also great at protecting against excessive moisture that will cause your paint or walls to deteriorate over time. Bumping yourself up a couple hundred bucks to a better, more efficient model could end up saving you money in the long run anyway, but it’s also a good way to keep your bathroom clean.
Have you ever noticed that older toilets can be kind of boxy, leaving you with all kinds of crevices that are a serious pain to clean? Traditional toilets are made of two pieces: a bowl and a tank. Modern bathroom design often involves installing one-piece toilets, which are more energy-efficient and far easier to clean because they don’t have all the complicated parts that traditional toilets do.
Getting Rid of Grout
Tile is typical in bathrooms but the grout you put down between those tiles can be a dirt magnet. Instead, think about other materials such as glass or real-stone veneers. Because these materials come in large sheets, you may not need nearly as much grout, which can leave your floors or other surfaces feeling cleaner. If you do choose tiles, consider larger tiles that have narrow grout lines and keep the grime away.
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