If you are in the middle of your home remodeling project, one area you may consider is the bathroom. However, when you decide to remodel the bathroom in your South Bend home, you should keep a number of factors in mind so you can make the decisions necessary to change the look and feel of your bathroom. Keep these tips in mind when it’s time to start your project.
Before you start remodeling the bathroom, make sure you are able to budget everything correctly. While you may want to add specific features, there are lower cost alternatives which may be more suitable to your budget. You don’t want to adjust your budget or take away from other projects in order to get similar materials for more money.
Properly Plan Lighting
When planning the lighting and color scheme in the bathroom, keep natural lighting in mind. If there is not a lot of light entering the bathroom, pick bright colors and lights that will let you see clearly. Remember the vanity lights to give your mirror a bright look, allowing you to do your morning routine without worry of bad lighting.
Tub, Shower, or Both?
When you have to make decisions, you should figure out what you want in terms of fixtures, sinks, and other aspects. For instance, look at the tub or shower. Which one is best for your needs? Many people have to either decide whether they want a tub, a shower, or both. In many modern design homes, there are both, with the tub often sitting next to the shower.
At HM Remodeling, we are well aware that when it is time to start a big remodeling project, there has to be some specific planning and preparation. We are here to help our customers find the right options for them so they can get through the remodeling process without any unexpected surprises.
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About the Author: Dave Sipp, HM Remodeling
Dave Sipp owns HM Remodeling with his wife, Janet. He specializes in kitchen and bathroom remodeling services and has recently expanded the business’ offered services into interior design and home furnishing. Dave takes a “whole home” approach to remodeling, striving to create a cohesive appearance and feel for a home.