Fixtures & Faucets; Plumbing & Power
Yes, you CAN have it all...in master bathroom remodeling. As you begin, be sure your plans include the FIXTURES you want replaced , plus the physical LOCATION of where you want each item, if re-arranging is needed.
For example, let’s say you want to swap the position of the sink and toilet in your master bathroom for more convenience. Sure, that can be done, along with making sure the power outlet moves as well, so it stays over the vanity and not over the toilet.
Some families choose to enlarge their master bathroom by removing the tub entirely, and replacing it with a shower, adding more floor space to the bathroom.
But before you make that move, remember if you’re planning to ever sell your house, most buyers usually want at least one tub.
4 Walls, 1 Floor, 1 Countertop
Small tweaks...big impact: For instance, create high visual impact by replacing wall/floor tiles PLUS adding a new counter top to the vanity.
Or, consider adding a new medicine cabinet to the wall, to give the same old room a brand new appearance.
Go even further.... add a new ceiling light; or new light fixtures/sconces (around or above the vanity mirror) to really “put more light on the subject” than ever before.
Sink Styles & Toilet Trends
Streamline the sink style in your master bathroom instantly, with trendy new fixtures (gold/brass/chrome colors).
Two new toilet trends continue to be popular: Water-saver tanks (using fewer gallons per flush), and Comfort Height toilets (17 to 19 inches high) compared to traditional lower height toilets (less than 17 inches high).
People spend many hours in their bathroom every year. Before you speak with your remodeler, ask yourself “what do I want to be different from what I have now?” That will help define the pet projects you want done most in your master bathroom. HandyWorks Remodeling specializes in top-notch bathroom remodeling in Wallingford, North Haven, Hamden, and other towns throughout south central Connecticut.
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