Bathroom Remodeling Ideas

Renovating the Toilet and Bath

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Bathroom renovation ideas. (Photo Credits)

Bathroom renovations can be wonderful, but it can get costly.

Architectural Digest gave homeowners some tips on what they have to know before carrying on a bathroom remodeling.

“Before the work begins, buy the tiles, plumbing fixtures, vanity, and accessories (think mirrors, towel bars, and hooks) and arrange for them to be sent to your home. Not only will you avoid a cost markup from your contractor, says Fanuka, but you’re also in control of delivery time—late materials could then delay the renovation itself. Be sure to inspect the purchases with your contractor when they arrive, and notify the vendor if anything is broken.”

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Remodeling to achieve bathroom relaxation

Apartment Therapy featured swoon-worthy bathrooms that any homeowner can use as a peg to their bathroom renovation project.  Learn more here              

“Tile is front and center in this bathroom from Elizabeth Roberts. All the different (mostly) white tiles combine together to create a playful, textured backdrop for traditional fixtures.”

Take a look at the photos here. meanwhile gave homeowners tips on how to go about a toilet and bath remodeling that could likewise be considered as a home investment. Plumber and Drain of San Marcos  

“But exactly which upgrades are the best, in terms of both usefulness and return on investment? Before you go nuts installing saunas and rain shower heads, check out this second installment in our series Renovations That Really Pay Off, for some smarter tweaks you’ll be very glad you made.”

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