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How to Approach a Bathroom Renovation

Do you need to do a bathroom renovation? Here are some things to think about.

One of the first things that is so important is to determine how much money you want to put into this. Knowing your budget is critical so that your remodeler will be able to help you.

Here are some things to think about:

Do you want to re-arrange the bathroom or keep the layout the same?
From that point on a contractor will do general design

Selections of materials are important: looking at magazines and online may give you some ideas.Specific things to look at include the design, look, features, color - it's important that everything flows.

I have found that 60% know what they want - 40% don't know what they want.

If you are part of the 60%, you have something in mind - you may even decide to keep some or all of your cabinets, and even paint or stain them. Most people want some type of granite or quartz for their counter tops, each has its benefits with regards to maintenance and cost. Many people are choosing under mount sinks, however, vessel sinks are quite popular and bring elegance and style to a bathroom. When you are choosing flooring most people want wither stone or tile. There are newer tile products on the market which look like hardwood. If you do choose tile then the next decision will be the size and pattern for your tile.

To achieve the look and feel of you bathroom think about whether you want wallpaper, texture or paint. Wallpaper is very durable and can make a large room feel cozy. Textured walls are good to hide imperfections and to also add character. Paint is very inexpensive and easy to change if you want a different mood.

An experienced contractor can review your different preferences and make sure your choices work together.
Once all the decisions are made, we can build the bathroom of your dreams.

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