How to keep things warm
Studies show that the temperature in the bathroom should be at least 23 degrees to stop us shivering while we’re drying off after a shower or bath. A range of heat sources are available to help us reach this recommended minimum. Underfloor heating, radiators and heatable WC seats can all be activated at the touch of a button nowadays, creating a pleasant feeling of warmth within seconds.
If you’re looking for something softer underfoot, you can add a bathroom carpet to the floor around the washbasin area. This creates more cosiness and can add a nice finishing touch to the look of your bathroom.
By the way: Did you know that mirror cabinets are available with a heating function too? This isn’t intended to heat the room, however – it’s a highly practical antimist heating function so you don’t have to peer at a hazy version of yourself when you look in the mirror after a hot shower.
Tip: The right accessories, such as towels in warm colours or plants, can make the bathroom even cosier. And combining visual highlights with pleasant room scents also ensures the bathroom is a blissfully warm place to be.