Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Bathroom Remodelers Share some Ways on Rethinking Your Bath’s Layout

Before a bathroom remodeling project, homeowners have a clear view of what they want—where the tub or shower stall is going to be, what fixtures they’ll install, and how the floor, walls, and ceiling will look like. Unfortunately, there are times when things don’t go as planned: some components of the bath may be awkwardly placed; the toilet and sink may not go well with the overall theme of the bathroom; and there may not be enough space to freely move around due to a poor layout.

It’s a good thing you can count on an experienced bathroom remodeler (especially if you didn’t do so the first time) to improve the floor plan of your bath. During the consultation phase, the remodeler will assess your bathroom’s current layout and point out its weak and strong points. After which, he’ll make recommendations for improvement that you’ll need to consider and eventually make a final decision on. Of course, since the homeowner is the one that is going to be using the bathroom it’s important that they’re part of the discussion and design process from start to finish.

Pick One: Shower or Bathtub?

Among the usual concerns homeowners face is choosing between a shower and bathtub as there isn’t always space for both. If you live a fast-paced lifestyle that only lets you spend a few minutes in the bath and has you running to work every morning, a well-designed shower stall is what you need. On the other hand, if you want your bath to become a sort of relaxing, spa-like space, you might want to invest in a quality bathtub where you can lay back and unwind after a long day.

Searching for Efficient Sinks

Bathroom sinks may serve a basic purpose, but they aren’t made equal. Some types and designs are better than others, depending on the bath’s layout and homeowner’s preferences. With the guidance of your trusted remodeler, you’ll be able to pick out a sink that works as good as it looks.


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