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1. Don’t be afraid to add some drama.

Small spaces can pack some big design punches, so think about going in a totally different direction here than you may have used in the rest of your house, suggests interior designer Arianne Hudon-Brooks, owner of HB Design in Montreal. 

“Since powder rooms are rarely used to get ready in the morning, we get to have fun and disregard a few rules we might stick to in main bathrooms,” explains Hudon-Brooks. “Although many of our clients like bright-feeling rooms, some want to take advantage of the smaller space and create a darker, moodier effect. With powder rooms, we can be more daring with bolder finishes, too.”

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2. Make the space appear larger with scale and colour.


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Redoing your bathroom can be a challenging, albeit rewarding experience. As with any remodelling job around the home, there are many things to consider beyond your favourite features and finishes—changes that could seem to be a great idea now, but end up affecting your resale value in the future.

Whether you’re looking to modify your powder room, ensuite, half bathroom, or full bathroom, if you’re interested in making common bathroom modifications such as replacing your tub with a shower, or integrating more accessibility into your bathroom, read on to discover some key aspects to consider.

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Will common bathroom renovations hurt your home equity?

Clean, updated bathrooms are never a bad idea when trying to appeal…

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You’ve probably heard the term “self-care” a lot in the past few years. The World Health Organization offers a broad definition, but at its core, self-care is about “the individual person who acts to preserve health.”

Everyone’s version of self-care will differ, but taking a luxurious bath is a popular choice—and one that’s scientifically backed. Baths can help with sleep, mood regulation, and easing muscle tension, and one Lakehead University researcher is even conducting a study into how a warm bath could help with symptoms of depression, anxiety, and PTSD. On a lighter scale, baths can help your overall mental state–a quiet space with relaxing scents and softer lighting can help ease your mind–and, if it’s your thing, promote meditation.


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