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.
When you walk out of your house in the morning, the last thing you want to look like is a clown; unless of course that is your day job. We all typically spend our mornings getting ready in the bathroom –and without adequate lighting, things can get a bit messy.
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.
When it comes to a bathroom remodel, we all know that flooring is a huge part of the project. Not only do you want to choose something that makes your bath sparkle and look brand new, you also need to pick something that is going to stand up to the moisture that comes with the space.
Your bathroom remodel doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg to feel like it’s a luxurious space free of stress. Let’s be honest, we all want that kind of space but we’re not sure how to get it without completely breaking the bank.
Bathroom remodels seem pretty straightforward, right? The area is (let’s hope) smaller than the kitchen, and there are fewer decisions to be made (not to mention less chance for errors). Because of this mentality, many homeowners dive into bathroom remodels alone as DIY projects. While this can be great for those with some experience, others at times get in over their heads.