Tired of your old bathroom with its plain and dreary accessories? Do you keep looking at those ultra modern designer bathrooms in glossy magazines and keep wishing that you too had a similar one? Well, its time you thought of remodeling your old bathroom.
Remodeling bathrooms make a lot of sense mainly as it raises the sale value of your house. Moreover, bathrooms undergo a lot of wear and tear as years pass by and getting them remodeled to your changing needs is a lot more sensible than wasting time and money on getting leaks and drips repaired. Given below are a few tips that you can consider before remodeling your bathroom.
One of the main areas which you can bring in some change is the wall and floor tiles. Ceramic tiles are available in a lot of colors, patterns and types. Investing in them are a lot more sensible than painting or wall papering because these, being water resistant, last for ages. The same goes for floor tiles too. Go in for bigger tiles in lighter shades for a more spacious look. Ceramic floor tiles can also be used as decorative borders, and in combination with light colors, it adds to the illusion of space. It would also be great if you could install heated floor tiles for your bathroom. Undoubtedly, your family would appreciate it much, but it would also be an added asset at the time of selling your house.
Another great way to remodel your old bathroom with its worn out fixtures and accessories is by getting it fitted with a new washbasin and bathtub. It really alters the way the bathroom looks and is a lot cheaper than trying to get the old, overly used tub and porcelain sink get back its original shine and looks. Adding in a shower area to your bathroom can give it a stylish look and is more convenient for your daily showers. You can even enclose it in small cubicles of frosted glass to give it more privacy and to prevent water from splashing to other dry areas.
If you are on a budget, then relocating toilets may not actually work out; but you can definitely get new toilets that match in color and style with your tub and wash basin. If space and budgeting allows, you may also add in a matching bidet to your bathroom.
Faucets are another thing which rather grow dull and starts malfunctioning after a period of time. We often spend a lot of time and money trying to get leaks repaired. But if you are remodeling your bathroom, it does not make sense in retaining your old faucets. Go in for trendier ones with much more functions and stylish looks.
Lighting is an area which most of us tend to overlook. Go in for specific wall lights rather than an overhead light so that your bathroom gets a real 'designer' feel. Let your imagination go wild, and make your bathroom a fun place to visit!