Bathroom. Tuesday , February 13th , 2018 - 05:11:29 AM
Remodeling a small bath has several challenges. Finding good small bathroom ideas, however, is much easier than many homeowners think. Whether the makeover involves a master bath, a powder room or any other smaller area, it is possible to find great ideas to make the space optimally functional and attractive. Challenges. Small baths present both typical challenges for remodelers and unique issues. The first issue in any remodel is cost. Regardless of the size of your bath, the basic plumbing fixtures must be included, as well as ventilation, lighting, electricity and accessibility, before exploring other ideas.
Luxurious Bath Tub: Make it so that your master bathroom feels like a spa every time you take a bath by installing a jetted or deep soaking-style tub. While homeowners enjoy oversized tubs for their comfort and special features, such tubs carry the added bonus of increasing the home's resale value. Fogless Mirror: Eliminate the annoyance of exiting your daily hot shower and having to wait for your bathroom mirror to de-fog. Windows: Adding in a bay window to look out of from your sunken tub can bring beauty to any master bath. Skylight installation is a nice way to bring in natural sunlight and allow your bathroom to be more energy efficient. Vanities: Whether you want a single or shared vanity is your decision!
Shower Glass Door vs. No Door: Deciding whether you want an enclosed shower with a door or an open shower that requires a curtain is an option many encounter as well. Cabinets & Shelves: Allow your master bathroom to have more space for personal storage through creative cabinet layouts and more drawer space. Picking out the material that your cabinet and shelves are made from is also important when creating a more unique bathroom to your liking.
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