Here are some ideas and tips to help you get started on your remodeling!
1. Choose The Right Vanity
One of the first things to think about when selecting a new vanity for your bathroom is size. If you have a tiny powder room to remodel, a pedestal sink that includes a stand may be the type of vanity that works best. If there is room for a more oversized vanity, it can be the gateway to extra storage and even allow for smoother morning routines. Different types of sinks can include vessel bowls, drop-in sinks, undermount sinks, and integrated sinks that form a continuous surface between the sink bowl and the rest of the vanity countertop. Bathroom vanities as to furniture units are the main component of any bathroom. Not only do they complete the look of a bathroom, but they also provide excellent storage space and a practical counter surface.
2. Choosing Floor & Wall Tiles
Glass tiles are a contemporary option for your shower, bathtub surround, and walls. There is nothing like glass for a reflective, beautiful surface. Light travels through glass wall blocks yet offer privacy, and today you can get colored glass wall tiles to give a fun, contemporary look.
Travertine mosaic tiles are also great options for the bathroom remodeling. River pebbles are wonderful if you love natural elements. There are many options in flooring and wall tiles to choose from, so do not settle for the same old choice!
3. Design & Build Contractor
Many across the country have difficulty with design simply because it takes training and experience to create a great one. Design professionals learn all types of design elements from learning how to put color together, create contrast, create drama, and more.
There are colors, patterns, textures, and ambiance to consider when designing a bathroom project. The materials are chosen, such as with bathroom tile varying color, texture, and pattern elements.
With bathroom remodeling, factors such as materials that are waterproof, mold and mildew resistant, and cost-effective for budget needs are also part of the choices a designer can help you make. A design professional has all this covered to help you find the look you want for your home. Otherwise, you will either be stuck with the design yourself or have to find a hire a designer elsewhere.
The other benefit of a design and build contractor is that they manage your bathroom remodeling from start to finish. Otherwise, you will be hiring plumbers, drywall experts, and carpenters, electrical for lighting and outlets, masons for tilework or flooring contractors, and even need to find an architect if walls need moving.
Wright & Son Construction
11036 Hartman Rd.
Grand Rapids, OH 43522