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6 Tips For Your Next Bathroom Remodel

You visit your bathroom more than you think, or more than you would like to admit. In a place where you spend a lot of time, wouldn’t it be nice to have the space renovated to have a greater appeal?

Generally, bathrooms are a smaller space to work with. If you have more than 40 square feet for your full bath, good for you.

The bathroom is one room in the house where you can get away with having less square footage because you are not using it for entertaining guests or cooking large meals. This means that bathroom remodeling can be approached a little differently than other home renovation projects.

Either way, here are some efficient and cost-effective tips for you to try when remodeling your bathroom.

1. Save Space with Recess

Bathrooms are constructed of a few key systems, your toilet, your sink, and your tub. Consider implementing recessed medicine cabinets, toilet roll holders, soap dishes and lighting fixtures. These will all make your bathroom appear more spacious.

2. Get a Pedestal Sink

A pedestal sink is a bathroom classic for a reason, it looks great and does not take up a lot of space. These sinks come in many different styles so you can find one to fit the look of your bathroom. 

3. Ventilation

No one wants a moldy bathroom. To avoid excess moisture getting trapped in your space, plan for a ventilation system with an exhaust fan to suck out any lingering steam.

4. Go Green

Make your bathroom more environmentally friendly by using recycled materials, low-flow toilets and showerheads, and energy-efficient lighting. These products will save you money in the long run and help reduce your carbon footprint.

5. Choose Proper Flooring

This might sound obvious, but please, do not put carpet in your bathroom. Opt for a ceramic tile, vinyl plank or porcelain stone that is resiliently waterproof

6. Color Choice

Bathrooms are the perfect place to make a bold statement. Consider choosing a color that sparks visual dimensions. If you have a small space, choose lighter colors that will not make the space feel smaller. If you are lucky enough to have a larger bathroom, you have the option of throwing in some darker colors for greater contrast.

Bathroom remodeling doesn’t have to be a daunting task. These tips will help you get started on the right foot and give you some ideas of what is possible with even a small bathroom space. Remember, think outside the box and have fun with your renovation project!


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