Is there any room in the house more frequented than the bathroom? You go through your morning ritual of showering, shaving, and whatever else you need to do every single morning in the bathroom. Of course, you probably have a nighttime ritual you follow, and no doubt visit this room many other times during the day — maybe even in the middle of the night. Since you spend so much time there, doesn't it make sense that this room should be as attractive and functional as it can possibly be?
Having a bathroom contractor redo this area of your home is an investment that can and should increase its value. When you take on a bathroom renovation project, you can think about not just improving its cosmetics but also improving its practicality and energy efficiency as well. These bathroom remodeling tips and tricks can help you steer the renovation project in the right direction.
Consider Niches and Recesses for Extra Space
Most bathrooms don’t offer as much space as one might typically need. If that’s the case with yours, one bathroom advice involves creating more rooms with built-in features. Just about anything from recessed medicine cabinets to even recessed soap dishes and toilet roll holders can allow for more storage space. Instead of a pendant light, for instance, you can go for recessed lighting built into the ceiling. The idea is to build into the walls — or the ceiling — where possible instead of outwards.