Loft Paris - 70m2Contemporary Bathroom, Paris
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5. Avoid the temptation of fast trendsAs with all investment property renovations, try to avoid selecting supplies that are ‘hot right now’, but are likely to date quickly. If style is important to you, it can be tempting to devour all the latest trends and want to replicate the same in your own property. But if you plan on leasing it out, you will reap the rewards of the update if it’s still as desirable and liveable in the future as it is today. In addition, choosing classic rather than fashionable options is often more cost-effective, while still looking modern and sleek.
The bathroom was expanded and raised to separate it from the rest of the apartment, and to allow water to drain easily. The monochrome colour scheme respects the sobriety of the rest of the apartment. The grey slate on the floor echoes that used for the vanity. “We decided to oppose the dark-toned horizontals and white-toned verticals,” Sequeira says.