Static caravan bathroom ideas
Practicality and comfort is at the heart of any great bathroom, so we're here to fire off some interesting static caravan bathroom ideas for you to consider.
It's worth noting when you buy a static caravan or luxury lodge with us, you can expect your bathroom to be finished in style with optimum value for money. But the finished product doesn't stop us wanting to innovate does it? There is always room for improvement, and although the bathroom is one of the more cosier spaces, there are so many things that can be done to bring them to the next level.
Storage and accessories
Panels can be added on the sides of the sink to act as small shelves, where toilet roll can be stored, or even bolder steps can be taken by adding a small, retractable compartment on the side where a bin can be placed, to save floor and wall space. In addition to some of these tips for accessorising, a towel rack can be installed on the wall to save space as well as freshen up the look of the bathroom and make it look neater and more organised.
Finally, installing a corner shelf in the shower to keep shower products, as well as fabric pockets around the sink is a proven and effective way to conserve space. These static caravan bathroom ideas offer a decent range of suitable remodelling options that not only enable the owner to enhance the decor of the bathroom, but also practically save space and potentially help prevent condensation.
We have a multitude of static caravan bathroom ideas when it comes to the ideal caravan shower. One popular design is the use of a wooden basin, where the basin is repurposed as a shower pan. The tub itself would probably only be big enough for a child to sit in, but generally serves as a great alternative to having an actual, conventional ceramic bathtub. This design not only enables the owner to save some floor space inside the bathroom, but also serves as a simple yet elegant alternative to an ordinary tub or shower.
Repurposing sheet metal to build a shower also offers a simple, industrial and unique look, altering the vibe and decor of the bathroom in a way that you normally would not do in your main home. Another alternative would involve combining these two designs, which is effectively having the shower walls made of sheet metal and having a metal basin as opposed to a wooden one. Remodelling a shower could prove to be challenging, but ultimately rewarding, especially when coupled with some smaller changes that can be made such as working on the sinks. These tips and unique static caravan bathroom ideas could potentially enable you to tap into aspects of interior design you would otherwise not have considered.
Sinks, taps and the mirrors that accompany them play a seemingly small yet crucial role in the overall design of a bathroom. It goes without saying that they should be practical and functional, and the design of the sink you choose often impacts the overall decorative vibe of the room. Using fancy taps will also enhance the style aspect of the sink, and the added advantage is that they don't necessarily have to match with anything and so can be chosen for their individual qualities.
We all love a mirror about the sink that doubles up as a storage space, as is frequently the case in regular homes. Replicate this for your caravan and pay homage to the style gods. You can also have a cabinet installed beneath the sink to maximise the storage capacity of the bathroom.
The style of the walls is a crucial part of bringing any static caravan bathroom idea to life. We've all done a bit of a paint job in the past, and the same mantra should be applied to your life as a holiday home owner. There are so many ways to build on your bathroom's look. One example would be to install faux panels on the walls of the shower. This can transform the look of the room and create the effect of making it look bigger and more elegant.
You could also consider something a little more practical. This could be a metal wall design, which in essence is the repurposing of sheet metal to create a classy wall design. The design choice you go with for the wall should tie in nicely with the design of the shower in the bathroom.
Bathrooms are usually the smallest rooms in a caravan, so adequate ventilation is required for this smaller room to release all the moisture, especially if you have a larger group of people using the caravan, to prevent condensation.
Installing an extractor fan is a must, and it's always good practice to open windows and vents when comfort allows.
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