Yet another home improvement project not to be taken lightly is the bathroom. This small room packs a big punch in terms of complexity and laundry list of required skills. If your goal is to truly revitalize your home with your bathroom renovation, hiring a competent designer/builder can be an important first step. The bathroom is the workhorse of the home and has some very specific and very important functions. To facilitate these functions effectively and on an ongoing basis for many years should be your 2 most important renovation goals. Using modern design, materials, and styles will bring a renewed level of performance and atmosphere to a well trafficked room.
Working with your design and build team to choose the features and colors of the different bathroom components you will be installing in your new dream bathroom should remain stress free. These are decisions you will have to live with day in and day out so take care that you are absolutely informed about the effectiveness of your design choices whether you picked them or they were recommended by your designers. Another extremely important thing to remember is that almost every little design decision you make will likely affect the final cost of the project. A little common sense goes a long way when trying to determine the possible cost of these ostensible trivialities; even little things can start to add up when there are so many, and big additions will certainly add a nice chunk of change.
Researching the different style and layout options is a great starting point for your design plan. Knowing what design elements you like before meeting your professional designer will quicker narrow down the list of possible options based on the size and budget of the project. Green options always follow the latest trends so incorporating things like water saving toilets and low flow faucets will be great and easy to incorporate.
Smaller bathrooms always struggle to incorporate many of the latest designs. However, there are a few fairly simple design tricks any quaint bathroom renovation can include to make the room look more roomy. Doors are a big step and going for a pocket door with clear, frameless shower doors will make a world of difference to the functionality and look of your bathroom. Recessed cabinetry is another great way to add space and functionality to a small bathroom which usually lacks both. The lack of storage brought with a pedestal sink will be happily missed when purchasing a decently sized recessed vanity and sink cabinet with plenty of storage.
Larger bathrooms are all the more rage in modern, custom homes nowadays. With enough space, the sky is the limit when it comes to amount of design choices you can integrate. Whether you have a big bathroom with a lot of features, or a small bathroom that fits a lot of features into a small package, incorporating modern, custom design to your renovation project will give you the bathroom of your dreams.