Bathroom Renovation Planning Tips

Tips for Planning Your Bathroom Renovation.

Bathroom Renovation - Rectified Floor
Bathroom Remodeling – Rectified Floor Tile

Great looking bathrooms are a key feature in selling a home.  If you’re planning a bathroom renovation, think function, comfort, and storage to maximize space and create value.

 

Before taking the plunge into a bathroom renovation project, create a clear vision for your space:

  1. Sketch out a floor plan and design the room for functionality. Think about what works in your current bathroom’s layout and what needs to change.
  2. Consider eco-friendly fixture upgrades like a low flow toilet and shower head. When it comes to choosing plumbing fixtures for the bathroom, don’t comprise quality.
  3. Allocate a portion of your budget for high quality storage solutions such as vanities, cabinets, shelving, and closets. Splurging here will give you furniture that will stand the test of time.
  4. Whether installed in the shower, floor, or throughout the entire room, tile is a beautiful, low-maintenance material for the bathroom. Tile prices range from economical to very expensive. For the majority of your space, opt for a budget friendly tile and splurge on decorative tile to create a border. This technique is often used to infuse texture or an accent color into the bathroom.

Master Bathroom

Dual sinks; luxurious soaking or whirlpool tub; tiled walk-in shower; heated floors; built-in storage galore. These are some of the luxurious features that top must-have lists for a master bath.

Guest Bathroom

Focus on creating a welcoming room for guests. Plenty of counter space, good lighting, and a large mirror will make your visitors think they’re staying at a five-star hotel. Stick with a light and airy palette for a spacious feel, then have fun decorating with colorful accessories.

Kids’ Bathroom

Safety and storage are the focus for any renovation in a kids’ space. Think about counter heights and adding space to tuck away a step stool, or include a lift-out step in a bottom vanity drawer. The kids can then pull out the step to stand on, instead of having a cumbersome stool in the bathroom When they have grown, the step can be removed for more storage space.

Slip-resistant flooring, bathmats, and grips for the tub are essential. Have fun with the design, but steer clear of age-specific themes because you’ll want this space to work as your kids grow.


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