Updating the look of your bathroom can be as simple as a change in decor, or it can be in depth like a full bathroom remodel. Both can be very rewarding and it just depends on what your want and need.
New towels, shower curtain, window curtains, decorations, etc., can be the simple updates. A new shower, tub, sink, toilet, flooring, and maybe wall color or paneling can be more in depth update but sometimes is much needed.
Deciding exactly what you want to do, or need to do is the first step. Before digging in and starting a project it’s nice to have an idea of what look you are going for or what upgrades you are needing in your bathroom.
Looking thru magazines for home improvements or home decor can give you some great ideas. You can grab magazines like these at most book stores or online. Jot down some idea and costs to get an idea of what you can afford.
Taking measurements of things, and deciding what sizes of tub/showers will work or vanities and sinks is very important. It’s better to be prepared before shopping than to have to make many trips or phone calls.
Now that you have an idea of what you want for your new bathroom remodel or makeover, it’s time to head to the store like new bath houston to do the shopping. Talking with a remodel specialist is very important if it’s a bathroom remodel you are doing.
Having an idea of what exactly you want will help so make sure you check out everything you can like display models, and reading the pro’s and con’s of each item especially when it comes to looking for a new tub or shower.
Order up what you are needing and set up an installation specialist if you are not able to do the remodel yourself. It’s better to have a professional take care of the things you don’t know how to do. It really saves time, and money.
Once your bathroom remodel or updating is complete it’s time to add the final touches. If you did a full remodel you will still want to add a few decorative touches, like new towels or curtains or maybe a cute toothbrush holder or waste basket.
A quick clean up and sanitizing of the bathroom is what it needs to be ready for what a bathroom is intended for.
Enjoy Your New Bathroom
It doesn’t matter what type of remodeling or updating you do, when it’s done and you stand back and admire the new look you can pat yourself on the back for taking the plunge to do it.
About 10 years ago we did a partial remodel in our upstairs bathroom and now we are doing the second half of that which is a vanity and sink and new paneling for one of the walls. It’s exciting for sure!
Do you need to do a bathroom remodel?