Bathroom renovation is one of the important parts of the renovation, having a new bathroom not just makes your home fabulous but also, can save your money.
Below we will go to some tips which are important you know before start.
Pay attention to space
When you do not have enough space since grooming is the main task for bathrooms having one sink with
a large countertop can be a good idea The large countertop can help you to make your bath tidy and clean. Most of the old customers believe that the second sink is less important than the additional countertop. Besides maximizing the counter space, and having just one countertop can save your money, and eliminating a set of plumbing expands the available storage space inside the vanity. But if you have small children and have enough space couple sinks can be the best option for you to teach daily routine tasks and help your children to do their task
Choosing Trendy Design Materials or Comfortable Design
At the first step you should think about your plan in the future do you want to remodel your bathroom again? Or do you want to sell your home in the nearest future?
If yes so the choice trendy design makes your home more luxurious and fabulous. On the other hand, considering your future if you are senior or you want to be pregnant and you do not have any plan to sell your home in the future it is better to use the bench or grab bar for more comfort and convenience.
Counter Top Material
Depending on your ideal design and your budget you can choose granite, marble, cultured marble (a man-made surface made of real marble chips and resin), solid surfaces, tile, and wood. When it comes to the countertop, granite and quartz have migrated from the kitchen into the bathroom, where they deliver the same durability and visual interest. Laminate and solid surface are still popular as well and can be cost-effective options, though both scratches easily. See our countertop Ratings for full details.
Consider water efficiency
Typically 4 or 5 Times toilet flashing use per person in a day, . Most toilets use from 4 to 6 gallons of water for each flush. On average a dishwasher uses about 50 percent less water than the amount used when washing and rinsing dishes by hand by installing install a gravity- or pressure-assisted model, a low-flow toilet will significantly reduce the amount of water needed to channel waste through the plumbing system and away from your home. You can begin to save up to 200s per year.