So you've decided to rebuild your bathroom – good! But where do you start, and what should you have the highest priorities? Here are some tips to remember to ensure a high quality remodeling job.
Many bathrooms can feel small and cramped. Sometimes you have to work with free space. If you have a small space, focus on space-saving constructions that make the room feel light and airy. Keep in mind that you get enough disk space for two people, even if you have to sacrifice "his and her" sinks. More people are finding disk space preferred for a double sink in shared bathrooms. In the larger bathroom, consider placing a privacy wall to hide the toilet.
Allowing for proper storage space in your newly remodeled bathroom is important. Don't forget to include a place for towels and toiletries in your designs, as well as a medicine cabinet for first aid needs!
Lighting and ventilation
Shaded spots in a bathroom are the last thing you want. If it is not already installed, make sure there is both a headlight and vanity lighting around your medical cabinet and mirror areas. Proper ventilation and fans, together with proper lighting, will help reduce mold and mold growth.
Choose the right material
Classic materials and colors are better in the long run than suitable fads that will seem dated in just a few years. Porcelain, granite and quartz are still popular choices for tiles, countertops or sinks. White, pastels and lighter earth tones remain the favorite colors. And when shopping for products online has become popular, it is always recommended to buy them or buy them personally, so you can make sure the color and size are exactly what you wanted.
Pamper yourself a little
Choose at least one item you've always dreamed of having in your bathroom and add it to the list. There is no better time to do than if you are already rebuilding. And remember – the extra mile will increase to your home!
Choose the right professional for the job
Cutting corners on materials or work will result in an unprofessional look that can disappoint in the long run. Although DIY projects have become increasingly popular, a professional can find and advise on hidden issues such as leaks or water damage that may have come during the rebuilding project.
Upgrade for water efficiency
Modern standards are becoming increasingly water efficient. Ask your plumber about which water saving devices and fixtures you may have installed during your remodeling. Upgrading can help save money on water bills in the future and help to contribute to water protection.
Don't be in a hurry
Take your time considering what you really want before you make time and money to rebuild so that you will get the most satisfaction from it and not overlook anything you would have liked to have done.