5 signs you need a new bathroom in 2024, according to interior designers |

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One of the more utilitarian spaces in a home, bathrooms can quickly begin to look tired and in need of some TLC. Whether condensation has left its mark on the walls, the grout has worn away and become stained, or the larger installations have seen their best days, it can be hard to know when it needs a simple refresh or a full overhaul.

There are plenty of bathroom ideas to aid your redesign plans, but what works in one person’s space might not work in yours. Consider your practical needs as well as the style you’re going for, and really think about where to spend and save on a new bathroom – there are always ways to make the room work harder without spending a fortune.

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