1. Dream, Plan, and then Budget. Get a Pintrest page. Flip through a magazine. Watch a home improvement show. Get the ideas, and then budget what you think its worth. Then talk to a Licensed Contractor about what you want.
  2.    Good Lighting is Imperative. Whether it’sbathroom ceiling lights or shower lights, getting the lighting right can have a real impression on how your bathroom looks.  Lighting that’s been incorrectly put together can really undersell a bathroom.
  3.     Go BIG on the Shower.A built-in shower area can offer significant value to your bathroom and property. Building an open shower area is a real eye-catcher for strangers and it will set your bathroom apart.  Open Shower enclousures exude a feeling of liberation and freedom, and steer away from the confinement of a traditional shower area.
  4. Potty Talk.  Everyone knows that the toilet is an important part of the bathroom, which is why it’s so important to get it right. Buying a cheap bathroom out of convenience is not the road to go down. A toilet should be built to last. Precautions like measuring the rough-in and height can be are just as important as how it looks.
  5.   Select Durable Flooring.Water-resistant and durable flooring are recommended. Materials such as ceramic, marble and stone are common materials because of how hard-wearing they are. Your bathroom floor endures the most strenuous day-to-day treatment out of all the floors in the house, so keep this is mind.  Well-sealed, hardwearing floors are an important facet of your bathroom’s well-being, do the research, get the knowledge, and enjoy your bathroom for the long-run.
  6. Choose Elegant Fixtures, don’t skimp on Quality.The fixtures you choose to install in your bathroom will effect its overall feel. Remember, small margins make a big difference. An elegant sink with a curvaceous shape will exude beauty much more than a bulky vanity unit.
  7. Bathroom Ventilation Solutions. Unfortunately, when it comes to bathroom remodeling, a lot of homeowners tend to neglect this aspect. What they are not aware of is the fact that proper ventilation is very important, especially if you want to ensure that your bathroom renovation project lasts for years to come. A bathroom that’s not properly ventilated could contribute to a number of problems, such as the buildup of mold and mildew. This could wreak havoc and ruin some of the expensive upgrades made in the new bathroom remodel, such as the floors, walls, and even the cabinetry.
  8.    Consider the Use of a Heated Floor.Having a floor heating system that can be laid under the tile in the shower is a nice add-on, and you will enjoy the feel of warmth on normally cold tile in the morning is a nice change that you will certainly enjoy.  It’s important to ensure that the heating system you’re going to get can be used inside the shower. For those who are interested in this type of bathroom, it is ideal to consult a professional whowould help you plan the layout
  9. Maximize the Space. Try to use all the space of your bathroom as much as possible, is your bathroom is on the smaller side, then you have to unleash your creativity in order to design the space and make it look larger. Glass doors for tubs and showers are perfect if your purpose is to open up the room, and the pedestal sinks are ideal since they occupy lesser space when compared to cabinets.  All cabinets and tower cabinets above the toilets, as well as towel racks are perfect for those who need storage, but who don’t have much space to work with.
  10. Design With the Future in Mind.  For those who are thinking of putting their home up for sale five years from now, then it’s important to ensure that the value of your property would increase over time, consider having your home renovated for that purpose. On the other hand, if you’re planning to live in your home for a couple of years, it’s very important to ensure that the design of your bathroom is something you would really love and fit with your style, preferences, and future needs in the space.
  11. Most Importantly. Choose the right Contractor for you. You are about to spend the next 2 to 3 months with your contractor. You have to like them. You will be miserable if you pick someone with the personality you do not enjoy being around. Shop Contractors like you do tile, then when you find your match, grab them, hold tight, and never let go.

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  1. Wow This is such good advice!!!!

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