Want a Bathroom Remodel? Keep these 10 Things in Mind

It’s good to get a precise concept in mind for your next bathroom design before contacting a bathroom interior designer or contractor.

Look for Inspiration

Even simple bathroom renovations require planning and budget. Keep in mind that you’ll have to pay for labor, supplies, materials, permits, and any other unexpected costs.

Establish a Budget

If you consult any professional contractor, they will guide you through proper building codes and requirements for small yet comfortable bathroom space.

Consider Space You Need for a Half Bath

Handheld showers and lever faucets with easy-to-grip levers are suitable for persons of all abilities and can be installed at any time.

Design for Accessibility

Moving plumbing fixtures is more expensive than leaving them in their existing location. The average cost of moving a toilet or bathtub could be up to $5000 or more.

Don’t Move Plumbing Fixtures

Bathroom flooring that is resistant to moisture and humidity is recommended. Luxury vinyl, stone, and tile are among the greatest bathroom flooring options.

Choose Waterproof Flooring

Here are different storage ideas to consider for your small bathroom space:

-In the Shower -In the Vanity -On the Walls

Keep Storage in Mind

Place lighting fixtures on either side of the mirror at eye level (about 66 inches) and 36 to 40 inches apart. Before you purchase, try to observe the fixtures in action to ensure that the volume and intensity of light are enough.

Light a Vanity Right

A beautiful shower may be just as enticing as a tub, which is why an increasing number of homeowners are converting tubs to showers.

Turn your Tub to a Shower

You need to know the right materials you want in your bathroom. Some common materials to consider for the update are natural stone, tiles, wallpaper.

Know The Materials