Have you recently moved or perhaps you have lived in your house a long time and you decided it’s time for a bathroom renovation? Remodeling a bathroom is a great idea. Not only does it go a long way toward making your house more enjoyable, but it could possibly add value to your home. 

There is a lot that goes into a bathroom renovation project and unless you’re a professional, it can be a very complicated process. It is important to get a professional to run you through the details, processes, and decisions that go into remodeling your bathroom. 

Here are a couple things to consider when tackling your bathroom remodel project:

Bathroom Remodel Cost

Before starting any project, you should know your expectations when it comes to how much money you’re willing to spend. The cost will depend on the quality of materials, the size of your bathroom and whether you’re planning on doing some of the work yourself. Don’t forget to budget the plumbing fixtures and features as well as small things such as soap dishes, towel racks, towels, bath mats and other accessories. 

Understand Your Dimensions

It’s important to know the key measurements, such as how much space is needed for a toilet or the size of a bathtub, this will help you remodel more efficiently. Getting a professional to undertake the installation and project planning can take the stress away just sit back and choose your fittings and color scheme. Do your research and check colour schemes out, making to sure the floors and tiles complement the new fittings. Professional bathroom designers & fitters can help with amazing designs & you can also visit their showrooms to collect inspiring ideas

When spending money on a bathroom remodel, it can be tempting to cut back on the material cost and go for lower quality. However high-quality materials and finishes can be a great investment and it can make your bathroom look incredibly luxurious. Be sure to go for quality countertops and floor tiling. 

Bathroom renovations are important, so remember to take your time with a bathroom renovation and not rush the process. Poor planning can lead to more time wasted. Also, when planning, keep plumbing lines in mind. Remember, if you can keep the shower, sink and toilet where they are, you can save a lot of money. 

It is also important to understand that although the do-it-yourself approach can help you save some money, it’s best to leave the major details to the professionals and installers who are high skilled. It pays to have top quality professionals to do this job for you. 


Planning a bathroom renovation

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8 Comments on Planning a bathroom renovation

  1. hann182014
    July 1, 2018 at 9:15 pm (2 weeks ago)

    Ive never renovated a bathroom before. It does sound like hard work, thanks for sharing

  2. Jade Bremner
    July 1, 2018 at 10:41 pm (2 weeks ago)

    We private rent so don’t really get much of a say but if we owned our house I would build an extension so we could actually have a full size bath rather than our pint sized one.

  3. kacielmorgan
    July 2, 2018 at 11:48 am (2 weeks ago)

    I still live in a shared house, but I long for the day I can decorate my own home 🙂

  4. Yeah Lifestyle
    July 2, 2018 at 6:40 pm (2 weeks ago)

    We do plan to get our bathroom renovated as that’s in the pipelines, so these tips which you have shared are great for us as a guide and making sure everything goes on as plan.

  5. kirstyralph11
    July 2, 2018 at 7:03 pm (2 weeks ago)

    The first thing I would do with our house (if we owned it) would be to do the bathroom as the tiles need replacing and it’s just all white tiled. I think it’s great to learn about the space of the room as you don’t want something that wouldn’t work for everyday practicality

  6. The Furnshop
    July 3, 2018 at 8:39 am (2 weeks ago)

    My bathroom needs a remodel soon. Your post can encourage me while doing that. Much appreciated for sharing.

  7. CurvyGirlThin
    July 3, 2018 at 9:29 pm (2 weeks ago)

    Some really great tips here. I would definitely be hiring a professional to do any bathroom refurb for me otherwise I’d completely get those dimensions wrong.
    C x

  8. AlwaysCarryOn.com
    July 4, 2018 at 6:09 pm (2 weeks ago)

    I actually have rennovated a bathroom, but only with the cosmetic things (new floor, new towel rails etc). I did put a shower cubicle in though! x


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