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Bathrooms are one of the spaces that deserve the most attention when renovating.
O WC it is one of the most used rooms in the whole house.. It is also one of the ones that demand the most attention and investment when renovating.. Know that phrase: "small details make all the difference"? So it is, when moving in this space, be careful and no corner can go unnoticed, like this, we guarantee a satisfactory result without running the risk of needing a new work.
Therefore, be careful to avoid the 4 main mistakes when building or renovating the bathroom.
A common mistake is to put only one central lamp built into the ceiling.. This way the lighting causes an uncomfortable visual effect when we look in the mirror, with shadows under the eyes and nose. To not have this shading effect, an important tip is to combine the central light with other types of lighting to bring more clarity to the space, like auxiliary lamps, the general and sconces.
In general lighting, opt for articulated lights. They can be directed to where you want. Choose sconces for more light on your face, will make all the difference when the skin care or the makeup. don't forget the balance! If you are going to put a sconce on one side of the mirror, put on the other side too to prevent, day to day, one side of your face is brighter than the other.
Choose the mdf or ultra mdf type of joinery that are more resistant to moisture. Don't be tempted to choose the agglomerate type. Although it has a lower cost, it is susceptible to moisture from the bathroom steam itself., like this, its durability is less.
When choosing coverings, it is important to pay attention to three points: choosing the type of mortar and grout, the spacing between the parts and the types of finish of each product.
Before starting work, choice Eliane Argamassas type ACII mortar which is more resistant to climatic variations in bathrooms, like humidity and temperature.
There are different types of grout on the market: acrylic and epoxy. Acrylic is composed of acrylic resin, which is easy to clean and can be used on bathroom floors and walls. the epoxy, besides being extremely waterproof, has chemical and mechanical resistance, and bactericidal action, being stain resistant, bacteria and fungi.
at the time of grouting, check the edges of the chosen coating, see if it is rounded (bold) or rectified (right). The big difference is in the spacing between the pieces. To have that sense of continuity, mainly on the walls, the ideal is to choose between the rectified ones that allow a spacing of 1mm between the pieces, leaving the bathroom with a broader look.
In wet areas prefer porcelain to cover the floor. How is it produced from highly technological processes, it has very low water absorption. to the walls, porcelain is also a sure choice, especially for those who appreciate environments with the same look on floors and walls. There are also traditional tiles and small formats, which are ideal choices for fans of styles such as vintage and rustic.
But, regardless of the size of the chosen piece, for walls opt for polished finishes, natural or satin. The floor requires a little more attention.. Polished models are not suitable for the shower stall area, as water in contact with the product's polish can cause slipping. In this case, the most suitable finishes are natural or satin, that are unpolished and have a more matte appearance.
Project: Junior Ordonez Globo Design Place AC 59×118,2cm Photo: Filippe Araújo
With so much to do when building or renovating a bathroom, some details end up getting a little sideways, such as towel holder and toilet paper holder. Not to have surprises at the end of the work, a tip is to mark the wall where you intend to place each accessory. Like this, avoid forgetting or not leaving enough space for that amazing towel rack you've already bought.