A few things all old house lovers are familiar with: Drafty windows, less-than-perfect plumbing, squeaky floors—and small bathrooms. You may not want wall-to-wall mirrors, but the appearance of small bathrooms will be enhanced by the right selection of mirrors. The largest energy effiency you can add to your bathroom is through LED lighting. Whenever possible, take advantage of vertical space and take your cabinetry up the wall.
Remodeling helps keep flooring, walls, bathroom fixtures, and lighting up to date. For example, changing the overall size and shape of your bathroom or moving a water-based fixture to a wall where plumbing does not currently exist are typically expensive updates.
The lay-out also plays a significant role in determining your bathroom remodel cost. The bathroom we design for you will reflect the tranquility and comfort you deserve. These sink layouts are designed to accommodate multiple people at once, and are perfect for master bathrooms as well as family bathrooms that are shared among multiple family members.
The idea of creating a focal point means to add specific elements that your eyes are just naturally drawn to. Two of the most common focal points for 2016 will be the large walk-in shower and the freestanding tub. A small bathroom doesn’t need to be covered floor to ceiling with marble tile to feel luxurious.
As the final touch, a beautiful light fixture hung in the middle of the bathroom or over a tub creates a truly decadent retreat. Enamel-on-steel sinks were especially durable and stain-resistant, as were stainless steel sinks, which are becoming more popular for use in bathrooms.