Elements of a Bathroom Renovation
Whether your bathroom is large or small, designed for the kids or as part of your primary suite, you want it to work well for your needs. Consider these features to improve the style and performance of your bathroom:
- Single or double vanities
- Walk-in showers with frameless glass doors
- Free-standing tubs
- High-efficiency toilets
- Temperature control faucets
- Rain head, shower bar, or jets
- Built-in shower seats or walk-in tubs for aging in place
- Built-in storage cabinets
- Radiant floor heating
- Custom backsplashes
- Rainfall showerhead
- Energy-efficient lights
- Large tiles with minimal grout
- Shampoo niche
- Steamers or Jacuzzis
- Non-slippery tiles on the floor
Why Renovate Your Bathroom?
Bathroom renovations are one of the most profitable ways to remodel your home, generating an impressive 72% return on investment on average. A more advanced remodel is even more profitable, so it’s the perfect way to boost your home’s value before selling your property or to pamper yourself with features that will enhance your quality of life.
Your bathroom is your personal retreat. It’s where you find serenity, so you deserve to enhance your self-care rituals with a renovation.
If you’re a multi-generational homeowner, a remodel will also prepare your property for elderly or disabled residents.