3 Tips to Keep in Mind When Remodeling Your Master Bathroom

Remodelling your master bathroom can not only add to the beauty of your home but it can help with functionality as well. When coming up with a new design for your bathroom, here are a few things you should keep in mind.

Make Room for the Vanity

Your vanity is an important part of your bathroom as it is where you spend time practicing a lot of your self-care routine.

With this element being such a major component of your design, you should make sure it is not only aesthetically pleasing but functional as well.

According to Desert Empire Mirror & Glass, when choosing a mirror, you should keep in mind that the size is determined by the length of your vanity’s countertop, usually 2 to 4 inches narrower than the vanity.

You can even design a custom mirror for your vanity in order to provide you with the functionality you need in virtually any space.

Provide Adequate Ventilation and Light

There is a lot that goes on inside of your bathroom, such as showers to shaving and more.

Having a proper ventilation system in place is an absolute must in order to help prevent mildew from forming, while you must also have good lighting as well.

One way that you can help to achieve both in a cost-effective way is to add a window in your bathroom.

A window will not only allow for the ventilation that you need, but it can also let in much-needed light that will help prevent the growth of mildew and more.

Increasing Your Space

If you have a small bathroom that you cannot enlarge physically, according to Scott McGillivray, you can still help it to appear larger visually by implementing a few tricks.

One easy way to add an extra couple of feet to your bathroom is by simply removing the shower curtain and replacing it with a glass door instead.

The glass will allow for more of the area to be seen, therefore helping your small bathroom look much bigger than it actually is.

If you do not have the budget for a total bathroom remodel, you can change little things such as your hardware, sink, and even accessories to create a drastic improvement.

Things such as the type of tile you choose even to the way the tile is laid can take your entire bathroom up a bunch of notches without causing you to break the bank.

With proper planning and a little creativity, you can have a dream master bathroom that you can enjoy for many years to come.

If you’re remodeling a small bathroom, check out these other tips: Ideas For Toilets In Small Spaces

Maire Shield
 

Maire Shield worked for 15 years as an interior design consultant in Albuquerque and is now retired after selling her business. She now shares her experience and knowledge through blogging to help other people create a beautiful home for themselves.

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