Kitchen and bathroom remodel are well-known because of their capability to return the money to you, even with ‘interest’. Those two tend to be the first in line on a most requested home remodeling list going on today.
What do the statistics say? Just a minor bathroom remodels could return an average of 102% to the owner in terms of a higher resale price, once you decide to sell. So, you just can really count on a bathroom with the latest style, fresh tiles, natural stone and aggregate floors.
5 Great Ideas for Your Bathroom!
Remodeling the bathroom needs some thinking and consideration if you want your bathroom to look and feel more fantastic and elegant than usual.
Theme, utility, comfort, savings and a nice return on investment await your decision to remodel the bathroom.
Some options that you probably are dreaming about today may actually be more realistic in the near future in terms of budget. Take a look at some of the bathroom redesigning options below:
Radiant Heated Floors for Comfort
Radiant flooring is one the most ideal home heating solutions out there, because it gives you and your family a big boost in term of comfort while staying isolated and hidden.
When you want a discrete and pleasant surprise, a radiant heated floor probably is your best choice; you start to see how nice it would be to have them attached into your bathroom.
You may also think, isn’t this radiant heated super expensive? Well, I believe the answer is that this kind of heating stays within your budgets, because you only need to pay $6 per square foot and around the same cost for installing service. What a deal.
Radiant flooring is a good option if you live in a cold weathered area or if you are worried about slipping after you are done showering. The heated floors tend to dry floors quicker and minimize the water collection around the tub.
Choose a Single-Sink Vanity
Why? Due to the more counter top space and electricity savings when compared to a double-sink one. They are significantly higher and it is not most homeowners’ agenda to make sure that both spouses have their own spot to simultaneously groom.
With a single-sink vanity, you will have more room for shavers, toothbrushes, and other tools on top and storage space beneath.
Adding a Discrete Half Wall
Adding up a 1/2 wall to the bathroom will make it looks great and it allows your attention to focus on the important ones like the natural lights shining down upon your vanity and mirror.
A half wall is used in the same pattern as the rest of the bathroom, you are able to highlight what you want to be highlighted and give you more privacy.
Contemporary Glass Shower Enclosure
You probably do not think that you will have your bathroom on a half wall, but you would be amazed at how little room you truly need to get this idea work.
If you’ still want it though, adding wall and glass doors to your shower can both have an elongating effect.
Glass shower enclosures or sometimes called “frameless” shower doors actually have a smooth, minimalistic look and needs low maintenance and even lower your risk since there are fewer areas for water to collect.
Try Multiple Lighting Sources and Intensities
Wouldn’t it be nice to just install one lighting component and you are done with it? Yes it would if you have tons of natural light, if you don’t, you might need a help.
Skylights works beautifully for general lighting but you still need to consider lamp and mounted lighting around the vanity to make sure that you have a good vision to look at your vanity to see if it is still functional, gorgeous and clean.