If you are in the market for an Orlando bathroom renovation chances are you have a pretty good idea of what you are looking forward to changing. Maybe it’s eliminating the tub and replacing it with an oversized shower or you are looking to update the cabinets and countertop. Whether it is getting new cabinets, more storage, or new bathroom flooring don’t overlook an important feature the bathroom faucet for both the shower and sink. It is sometimes referred to as the gem that gives your bathroom the perfect finishing touch.
A recent Houzz survey anticipates that the U.S. will see an increase in home improvement projects this year. Homeowner’s confidence in the market has increased and people feel more comfortable that they will see a return on their investment.
In 2014 industry professionals reported aggressive rates of growth. Almost a third of builders/remodelers hired new employees in 2014 to keep up with the demand. The building industry has benefitted from the increased revenue. Most will agree that there is more confidence in the economy, which is resulting in more home remodeling projects such as kitchen and bath remodels.
Just a few months ago thousands of industry professionals converged on Las Vegas for a week to learn and see the future of kitchen and bath remodels. This year’s show did not disappoint. There were many new and innovative products that were introduced and we will be seeing in the near future. Most industry professionals will agree that the show was worth the trip and was a huge success.
Before starting your bathroom remodel this year you will want to look at the latest design trends and ideas for inspiration. There are many design trends from last year that are expected to continue and make an even bigger splash in 2015. According to designers these trends aren’t going anywhere and will be around for a long time. You can remodel your Orlando bathroom with confidence and get a bathroom you can enjoy for years to come. We thought we would share a few of our favorite trends.
Today’s bathrooms aren’t what they used to be. For a lot of homeowners they are their own personal little retreat. It’s the one place in they house they can go to get away from the activity in the home and relax. Homeowners aren’t just looking for a place to shower and get ready for the day.
Choices are plentiful when it comes to remodeling, and we always find it interesting to see what people find important. We find that many homeowners also like to see what others in their situation have chosen as well. That’s when surveys come in handy.
The shower can be a magical place. It’s where you sing the best and do some of your best thinking; and it’s often the place where you start and/or finish your day. So what would your dream shower look like? Would it be glass? Wide open and expansive? Small and efficient? Below you’ll find some elements that you may want to consider when you finally build the shower of your dreams.
Whether you are remodeling your kitchen, bathroom, or any other room in your home, tile is a great option to keep in mind for floors and walls. But there is much to think about regarding your tile choices, so make sure you are informed before choosing yours.
The balance of size between objects has always been at the core of design and architecture, so it makes sense to keep it in mind when preparing for your bathroom remodel. By keeping scale in mind from the initial designs through the final decorations you will end up with a bathroom that is visually interesting and beautiful.