Tips on How to Style Your Bathroom

Summer is the perfect season for taking on remodeling projects. If you’re planning to re-do your bathroom, now would be a good time. Don’t forget to keep these things in mind:

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Browse websites and magazines for ideas
Buy design magazines that focus on interior decorating, especially for bathrooms. Browse through the magazines to look at design ideas that might suit your bathroom. Search design websites and blogs for ideas for your bathroom, including how to lay it out and which fixtures to use in your space.

You can also go to interior decorating stores to get ideas for your bathroom. Visit showrooms that focus on bathroom design. Source: WikiHow

Consider standard bathroom dimensions
Knowing a few key measurements, like the size of a typical bathtub and how much space is needed for a toilet, will help you plan your remodel more efficiently. Source: Houzz

 Plan for a good lighting
The most critical area for bathroom lighting is the mirror. Ideally you should have wall-mount lights at each side of the mirror at about eye level, with a third light above the mirror. This arrangement illuminates your face from both sides and above, eliminating shadows. Source: BHG

Think about what will appeal most in the long run
Universal design, which emphasizes roomier floor plans with wider doorways, taller toilets and curbless showers, has become much more commonplace in recent years. “The beauty of universal design is it’s just that. It’s not handicap design, it’s universal, and all of us benefit from it,” says Max Isley, owner of Hampton Kitchens, Raleigh, N.C. If the plan is to stay in a home long term, a bathroom that incorporates universal design principles can be a wise investment. Source: DIYNetwork

Your bathroom remodel wouldn’t be complete if you don’t get the best fixtures to suit your budget. We can help you pick something out!

 

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