Floor plan layout depicting measurements, plumbing fixtures, vanities, etc.
3-d drawings of different angles of space
Up to three maximum revisions of bath design
Based on our own feedback from clients, we hear these top 3 reasons of wanting to partake a bathroom remodel.
Want to update bathroom either for resale or personal desire
Aging in place, so the bathroom needs to fit future needs
Desire to expand bathroom, unhappy with existing size or layout
As previously stated above, the bathroom may be outdated and end up being the last room to remodel within the house. On the other hand, downsizing or moving out of the area influences you to update the bathroom to prepare to sell. Either scenario will force you to consider your budget. If you're moving soon, a lower budget may be your plan to refresh the space. Neutral colors is usually the go-to pallette for tile. White and airy as well as gray tones have been picking up steam for months now, however some potential home buyers may not agree.
The other two reasons for bath remodeling are geared towards homeowners that are staying in their homes with no plans of moving. Since you are staying, you are willing to spend a little more for the items that you would truly enjoy. Also, expanding the bathroom becomes an remodeling option to get a bigger vanity or shower. Most homeowners usually always wished they could rearrange the bathroom layout. Now becomes the time to make a single bowl a double bowl vanity, add some more lighting or replace the linen closet with a linen cabinet.
Making the decision to stay in your current home for the rest of your life will make you reconsider the bathrooms. Safety, especially while showering or bathing becomes a priority. Small details in the bathroom remodel decisions such as non-slippery floor tiles, curbless showers, grab bars etc. promote safety. Converting the standard tub/shower combination to a walk-in shower is a popular option for most hall baths. With the tub gone, it eliminates the hazard of stepping over and possibly falling.
Whatever your budget, Design Your Kitchen & Bath is here to serve your design and bath remodeling needs.