Simple Bathroom Remodels – Yes, You’ve Got Options!

When it comes to your home, one of the most comfortable rooms to revamp is your bathroom. With DIY gaining popularity, there are several tools, kits, and solutions for homeowners to complete several updating projects successfully. But there are a few things you should consider before you begin if you want to complete your project successfully.

Here’s how you can get started…

Use Your Space Well

With any household project, it is vital to use all the things you have at your disposal, and space is where we can start. Do your homework and first measure out the entire room – ceiling, walls, and floors. Begin by adding vanities with drawers and cabinets to hold all your makeup, toiletries, linen, and accessories. This will allow you to keep your countertops clear of clutter and have all your cleaning supplies and necessities handy quickly.

Make Eco-Conscious Choices for Better Savings.

The market is full of stylish options, so finding a water-saving faucet or showerhead is easy.

But best of all, most of these are within the same price band as many of the standard fixtures.

So there’s every reason to consider greener options if you can.

Try a Trustworthy Professional

Besides the two points above, the most important thing you can perhaps do is get a professional’s opinion on all the changes you want to make. Plumbers, electricians, painters, and others all have ways for you to save on costs and suggestions for better alternatives you can apply easily, so try asking.

Start with Fixtures and Expand from There

Consider the time, space, and budget you have to work with before you head out in search of new fixtures. Begin with the easy stuff. Replace that old tub for a jetted one or put in a stylish and perhaps water-saving toilet. Getting showerheads, faucets, and other accessories that complement each other will also go a long way in pulling together the overall look for the whole space.

But if you can stretch your budget a bit, you might even be able to add a few luxuries.

Head out to your local supply stores to browse the options available and see what might fit your styles and bathroom best.