While any bathroom can be scrubbed and sanitized, some bathroom designs make keeping your space clean easier than others. For example, a bright white marble bathroom may look sophisticated, but it requires more frequent upkeep than a room with less dramatic countertops and flooring. Even if you don’t want to live in a grout-free zone, our bathroom remodel Naperville contractors know plenty of ways to keep your surfaces as hygienic as possible (and design elements that will help you get the job done).
Grout lines are one of the hardest things to clean. If you’re going to use tile in your bathroom, ask our tile installers Naperville for large tiles. This will help limit the number of grout lines and make cleaning around them easier.
Forget about heavy wood vanities or ornate cabinets. While these may add a certain visual appeal, they’re also harder to clean than flat-paneled doors. Flat-panel doors are smoother, allowing you to wipe away fingerprints and dirt without having to worry about crevices or nooks collecting moisture or crumbs. Since there’s no hardware on the surface of flat-panel doors, you’ll also have less places for water spots or buildup.
Consider stone countertops with a matte finish. The matte finish will hide smudges and water