5 big ideas for an amazing bathroom remodel
I get asked all the time about what's the best way to spend your money if you're planning on remodeling your bathroom. Well, I have a few big tips and tricks I always use that I feel help you get the most bang for your buck. This bathroom was a perfect example of how to really stretch your dollar and make your remodel look like a million bucks!
3. hide the toilet!
Not all thrones are created equal. While some are well designed, there is a way to hide your toilet…and I say make it happen! It’s a little more private and draws attention to the prettier parts of the space. We actually turned the old shower and tub and made room for that the new toilet. By using a pocket door we didn't have to worry about the swing of the door, which allowed us to create a larger vanity as well.
1. add natural light!
In a bathroom, the more natural light you can get, the better! I went all out in this particular remodel. The bathroom before was such a dark and closed off space. We added a huge skylight, and two huge windows: one above the tub; one in the shower. In my opinion, it was the most important element to make the small footprint of the bathroom feel much larger. It brought the outdoors in, but also helped to give the space a much needed feeling of being airy and bright!
2. add storage!
Storage is key in a small-space. Keeping it uncluttered and giving all of the things that go into the bathroom a designated place will help keep the focus on your beautiful bathroom and not all the products and stuff that inevitably will pile up! In this remodel, we created a huge 9’ vanity that created a ton of storage and gave them two sinks.
5. add natural stone!
A gorgeous slab of natural stone in a bathroom is an incredible way to add warmth and an organic element. Natural stone is not always cheap, so a great way to get the look of a natural stone without the hefty price tag is to buy tiles cut from materials like marble, or travertine. There are some beautiful options out there– hexagonal or subway tile–in various natural stone. Try tiling a shower or a sink backsplash with the tile material if you can’t afford to splash out on a slab. In this remodel we went a little marble crazy in the tub, and on the vanity counter top. We cut some budget corners in the shower by not doing any solid slabs and used the same Calcutta marble (in hexagonal tile sheets), which were significantly less expensive.
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