Styles and Fixture Options for Remodeling Your Bathroom - Everest Haber


Monday, January 4, 2016

Styles and Fixture Options for Remodeling Your Bathroom

Making a Plan
Remodeling your bathroom seems like a daunting task when you first consider it. It by no means is easy, but it can make the task a bit easier when you have in mind some ideas for fixtures and accessories before you begin work. You may also have any changes to the structure itself planned out or blueprinted before work begins to avoid complications later while the remodeling is already in progress. These complications can add stress and delay completion significantly.

What Type of Bathtub?
If you are considering a new soaker tub then there are tons of options that can fit any budget. A big trend in
modern bathroom accessories right now is clear tubs. Many people opt for jets installed as well. A classic style such as marble or a marble look fits most styles of bathrooms. This is a good choice because if the bathroom is remodeled again the tub will still most likely match the new design. This decision would eliminate the need to replace the tub again which would save money on the project. Traditional claw foot tubs are always popular and elegant. If you are planning on a retro style bathroom this would be a fabulous choice.

Faucets and Sinks Add Style
Choosing the appropriate faucet and sink can be a chore. There are so many styles to choose from and matching a faucet to a sink you like to the style of the bathroom requires more careful planning. Pedestal sinks are quite stylish but if you are looking for more function than style please keep in mind that you will not be able to put anything next to the sink and that will also eliminate under the sink storage. Faucets are available in everything from classic Victorian to ultra modern waterfall faucets. Make sure that you are not blending styles that do not match. You may like a modern faucet and sink but keep in mind that it may not match a classic bathtub. When remodeling you want to get the most for your money and not have regrets once the job is completed.

Consulting A Designer
Consulting a Designer or someone who specializes in remodeling would be a great idea just to get a second opinion on your ideas. A fresh perspective from someone with experience may help you to tie together your design. This option can reduce the stress of the job and make everything seem to go smoothly.

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