The bathroom is one of the favorite places that homeowners love to remodel, often more than the kitchen. Bathrooms are smaller than kitchens which makes the job easier and faster and means you will have less costs overall.
We recommend following these tips to make your bathroom remodel more attractive while keeping the process smooth, efficient, and profitable.
Choose The Right Floor
Solid wood floors are one of the best flooring materials for bathrooms as they add character. Choose bathroom flooring that is durable enough to withstand daily bathroom use. Favorite bathroom floors include ceramic and porcelain tile, luxury vinyl plank, and vinyl tile.
Adjust the size of the room to appear smaller. Use white or light-colored accessories for the toilet and bathtub. Think very carefully about the color you want to paint the ceiling in your bathroom, as other colors that are not white or off-white, because this tends to shrink the room even more.
Build Niches And Alcoves For Additional Space
When you have limited space, don’t build. Built-in elements, medicine cabinets and even toilet paper holders, need good available space in small bathrooms. You can also flatten the ceiling light by turning it into a recessed light. Built into walls for extra space.
Bathroom Ventilation Direction
All bathrooms need some form of ventilation, whether in the form of a proper window or a bathroom exhaust fan. In the case of bathroom fans, look at both their extraction capacity and noise levels.
Add Plants For Color
Bathroom plants should be something that must be planned very well. Plants add much-needed color to sterile bathrooms. Consider adding a floating shelf in order to give your climbing plants a cozy atmosphere.
Bathroom Lighting Matters
In the bathroom, people need to visually inspect their hair and face, the lighting is usually very dim and concentrated in one place, that of a ceiling light. Consider adding lighting around the bathroom mirror in the form of sconces. But blinding light is not always desired.
Add Independent Parts
If space allows, some home decorators recommend having a freestanding piece, such as an accent chair or armoire, as a design element.
To compensate for that space, you can build in other practical elements such as laundry baskets or simply move the basket to another room.