A Beginner’s Guide to Remodeling Your Bathroom


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You may not realize how much your bathroom can make a statement about you and your life. A good bathroom should be a relaxing place to start and end each day. Unfortunately, so many people take their bathrooms for granted, keeping them shabby and outdated until it’s too late. If you want your bathroom remodel to be worthy of guests, follow these tips for remodeling a small bathroom while keeping costs low.

Think Of The Design Elements

Before you start your remodel, think about the elements that will make your bathroom stand out. If you want to reconfigure the layout of your bathroom, now is a good time to do so. The goal here is not to redo the entire area — just to make it a bit more functional and enjoyable by incorporating design items like double sinks or a bathtub-shower combination. Here are a few details you need to nail down before you begin your bathroom renovation:

Color scheme

Do you have a vision for your new bathroom? Whether you want to create a warm, comforting space or keep it modern and minimal, thinking about the design of your tile flooring can help you achieve your vision. Browse inspiration photos ahead of time to make sure your new tiles match the style of your bathroom.


New fixtures

Replacing your tub or shower fixtures can be an exciting way to update the look and feel of your bathroom. New faucets, lighting, tiles and more can help you create the space you’ve always wanted — but it will increase your project’s timeline and budget.

Storage space

You’ve decided to add more space to your bathroom by removing a closet and converting it into a walk-in shower. Don’t lose all the storage space you were using in your bathroom closet. Make sure you have enough floor or shelving units for towels and other necessities after your remodel.

Location of utilities

As you’re planning and building your home, keep in mind the location of electrical wiring and plumbing pipes. Mark where these items are located so you don’t accidentally damage them during construction.

Remember, if you are having a hard time renovating your bathroom or need help finding the right materials and pieces to make it look even more beautiful than before, then hiring a general contractor may be a good option. They have a lot of experience in these matters and should have no problem helping you with your needs.

Give It The Final Touches

After your bathroom remodel is complete, don’t forget to give it a proper final finish with decorative trims and storage containers. This helps make the project feel complete and adds that extra touch of style to recognizable aesthetic.

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