Bathroom remodeling is done by assessing the current condition of you bathroom and understanding what can be done to update it or brighten it up with the rest of your home. To do this, we’ll look at the space you have available and what updates you’d like to do. Most of the time, clients are keen on keeping their bathroom in its current setup but simply want newer amenities to accommodate the interiors, such as updated countertops, cabinets, mirrors, or showers and bathtubs.
Bathtubs and Showers
The bathtub and showers are really where clients like to get creative when it comes to remodeling the bathroom. Your bathtub or shower can be a combined unit and share one single water hookup, or they can be separate, such as a walk-in shower or drop-in tub. For walk-in showers, we’ll help you customize your storage space and the types of hardware interiors you want, such as textured flooring, rustic showerheads, and lightning as well. As for your bathtub, you can choose from the different styles of bathtubs available and if you’d like any special features, such as spa and jacuzzi options.
Sinks and Toilets
Your sinks and toilets are a vital part of your bathroom. Depending on how your bathroom is setup, your toilet and sink can be conjoined together in one unit with the rest of your bathroom or separated to have your sink in the main bathroom area and your toilet in a unit on its own. This style is really up to you and your preferences but does allow for more than one person to use the bathroom at a time if it’s a shared master bathroom, or a Jack-and-Jill styled bathroom. In most cases as well, your sink and toilet are often made from the same building material, typically ceramic or porcelain and are then attached to the nearest water hookup.
Cabinets and Shelves
Cabinets and shelves are another important feature of your bathroom, because what’s a bathroom without proper storage space? Often times, the cabinets and shelves are placed above the toilet, on the sides of the countertops, and even built into the vanity unit to provide storage underneath the countertops and sink areas. Your cabinets and shelves can be customized any way you like, painted to match the walls or complement the countertops, and finished with whatever type of hardware you would like!
The flooring in your bathroom and kitchen needs to complement the rest of the interiors but also needs to be able to handle the constant exposure to moisture. For this reason, we often recommend tile flooring for your bathroom, mostly because it holds well against extensive moisture and fluctuating temperatures but is also easy to clean and accent with rugs or mats. Concrete is another great bathroom flooring solution and when finished with an epoxy coating, it also requires low maintenance and serves you well any time of year. The epoxy coating helps prevent it from damage and cracking when wet and also allows for suitable accent textiles such as bathmats or decals.