Whether you are working with a larger space to start or need to get more room for your master bathroom, it can be a challenge to approach a remodeling project. Having a large space for a bathroom can be just as problematic as being faced with too little space for all the amenities you envision. As counterintuitive as it may seem, large spaces can seem cold and unfriendly. There are many ways to personalize a bathroom that seems big enough to accommodate the team. The solution lies in the details.
As you plan your remodel, realize that it’s not the amount of space you have, but how spacious you make it seem that results in a standout bathroom. This is especially true if the remodeling project will lead you to adjust the square footage of other rooms in the house.
With abundant space, create separate zones; install a water closet and create wet and dry zones, especially if two or more people will share the room. Compartmentalize areas for bathing, showering, grooming, relaxing, and privacy. It works as well for a master bath retreat as for a bath shared by children of different ages. Enhance function by segregating toilet and bathing areas in guest baths. Add art, decorative elements, and natural light.
Although dual vanities are popular, there is no reason they have to be side by side in a single vanity counter. Explore the possibility of placing separate cabinets on opposite walls or create the illusion of two individual space by locating sinks back to back at a storage-filled island vanity.
Bathrooms are spaces that should be warm, comforting and relaxing—yet creating this dream space with a remodeling project may be a bit of a challenge for anyone. To alleviate the stress and time-consuming work associated with bathroom renovations, many homeowners choose to have certified bathroom designers on the remodeling work.… Read moreView latest blog posts