Tips to Consider when Remodeling Your Bathroom

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I am not a newbie when it comes to living with remodel.  Growing up, we remodeled most of the homes we lived in.  When my husband and I purchased our first home, it was also a fixer upper.  The kitchen was gutted, the electrical was completely replaced, the flooring was replaced, the bathrooms were both in need of gutting.

Remodeling your bathroom can be a rewarding experience that not only improves the way that your bathroom looks and functions, but also increasing the value of your entire home. In order for your bathroom to look truly modern and polished, you’ll want to take some time when shopping for bathroom fixtures.

Size of Bathroom

In order for the vanity to suit the room properly, you’ll want to set aside the time to measure vanities that are available and their range of sizes. While some vanities look great in large bathrooms suitable for two people, others might be preferable for compact bathrooms. Taking measurements of your bathroom before you go ahead and order a vanity can ensure that you’ll have the right fit without any problems.

Design of Vanities

From free-standing vanities to double sinks, there are so many options when it comes to the styles that are available and the functions that they offer. Taking into consideration whether the vanity is for a private bathroom or a shared family bathroom is a good starting point, along with the amount of room that is available for the vanity. Looking over the different styles that are available can help ensure that your bathroom looks fantastic with the new addition.

Compare Materials and Colors

Taking into consideration the appearance of the rest of your bathroom is a good idea when you want to choose a vanity that has the materials and colors you’ll enjoy most. Wood grain and a clean white finish are both good options, making it important that you look into the paint color, tiles, and other features in your bathroom when making your decision.

Storage Space

Most bathroom vanities include a number of shelves and drawers inside, allowing you to store everything from toiletries to extra towels. Depending on the amount of use that the bathroom receives, you’ll want to be careful to choose a vanity that will provide appropriate storage space underneath the sink.

When shopping for a vanity it’s essential that you take your time and look into the most important qualities so that you can be entirely happy with the new addition.  You can find a large selection of vanities available at where you can find just the right fixtures to make your bathroom an oasis.

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