Why Your Bathroom Doesn’t Feel Comfortable and What You Have to Change
You have to invest in your bathroom. It's a place where you can rest and feel comfortable.
12:19 16 November 2020
After a stressful day at work or even with your family, you can finally relax. No one can see you expressing your emotions. The problem is when your bathroom doesn’t give you the kind of comfort you deserve. Identify the reasons why you feel that way and make the necessary changes.
There are too many items
Choose a minimalist approach when it comes to your bathroom. Try not to place everything inside. You might even start to use it as a storage room which makes the place even more uncomfortable. Stick with the basics. If you have more space available, you can have a new bathtub. If you can’t, you only need the shower area, the toilet bowl, sink, and a mirror. Everything else has to go.
Space isn’t enough
Even if you removed some items from the bathroom, it might still feel small since it is. The best solution is to remodel. Find a way to increase the space available. You will feel more relaxed if the bathroom doesn’t feel like you’re in a box. You can also buy quality bathrooms and fixtures since they will help organize everything.
There are repair issues
When you realize that there are plenty of repair issues, you should deal with them right away. If there are chipped tiles, they need immediate replacement. The same thing holds true when the floor looks disgusting due to the growth of mould and mildew. Check your plumbing too. Any existing or looming problem in this regard requires repair. Otherwise, your bathroom will be useless. You won’t feel comfortable using it at all.
Lighting is terrible
It’s not enough to have one light to keep the bathroom bright at night. You have to invest in quality lighting fixtures. Again, the goal is to relax when you’re in the bathroom. With better lighting options, you will achieve that goal. You can also find adjustable lights so you can dim or brighten depending on your mood.
The place looks dirty
If you regularly clean your living room and bedroom, you have to do even more in your bathroom. Don’t rely on the splash of water each time you bathe to keep the place clean. It’s not enough. If anything, it will make things worse. When there’s a damp wall or floor, it could promote the growth of mould. Regularly clean the bathroom, especially after you bathe. Empty the trash frequently since bathroom waste usually stinks.
With these changes, you might start to feel better about the bathroom. You will feel excited each time you have to go inside and bathe. You might even finally choose to spend more time inside since the bathroom is your paradise. Given how challenging it is to be around many people all the time, it helps if there’s a place where you can be alone and feel at peace.