Take your bathroom remodeling to the next level!
Getting ready to start a new bathroom remodeling project? Is this your first time going through a home renovation? It’s an exciting chapter of your life and one that should be approached the right way. We compiled our favorite tips and tricks to help you learn the perfect balance between your creative customization needs and functional design ideas that can help you tie the whole bathroom together.
We all want a bathroom that would be a reflection of our personal style and be able to deliver the comfort we need at the same time. However, aside from that, it’s also important that it has the right fixtures and amenities that are capable of providing function and value as well. Fortunately, through careful planning, finding the right contractors, and choosing the right design, you can have it all. Here are some of the best tips that could turn your bathroom remodeling dream into reality.
1. Find Your Purpose
Which bathroom are you going to remodel? Are you doing a full bathroom or a half-bath? What about a powder room? If your bathroom is in the master bedroom, are you incorporating other elements as well? Do you want to completely get rid of the whole thing and start anew, or keep some elements of your existing bathroom to mix in with the new? By answering these questions, you can start to get a better idea of what it is you want.
2. Consider your Space
Design and space go hand in hand. You may have lofty ideas for your new bathroom remodel, but will you have the space to properly execute those ideas? You need to adequately manage the amount of space you have and set realistic expectations for what can be done in that space.
3. Choose the Right Materials
Planning a bathroom remodel requires a lot more details than you may think. You have a lot of design and customization ideas, but they may each require a different set of materials and textures. Make sure the products you are shopping for will actually meet the needs of your remodel. This is especially true when it comes to:
● Sink and bath fixtures
● Tile flooring
● Waterproofing materials
As always, it’s important to consult with a professional before you execute any of your plans.
These are the type of bathrooms that comes with a shower, minus the enclosure, and the water runs away through a drain installed in the floor. That’s why it’s important for the whole room to be waterproofed.
As different trends in home decor evolve, we have found that unique bathrooms are always a popular choice. Wet rooms might not function well with every bathroom design, but when you have space and resources for one, it can add a lot of value to the home. Most wet rooms include a shower and a toilet, without anything separating them. The uniqueness of wet rooms really comes into play when choosing flooring.The most important thing to remember when building a wet room is that everything must be able to resist moisture. Waterproofing your cabinets, flooring, and appliances is mandatory in order to have a well-functioning room.Flooring is one of the key features that distinguishes a wet room from other types of bathrooms. The flooring of the shower extends to the rest of the room, so it’s important to think about the fact that there is no separation happening there. This bathroom consists of open space with no steps or raised areas, giving you more flexibility to design something you wouldn’t be able to in other rooms.