Bathroom Remodeling

For your convenience, we have broken down the extent of bathroom renovation into three different levels – Facelift, Pull and Replace, and Full-Scale Renovation.

Extent of Bathroom Remodeling – from Minor to Major Renovation

For your convenience, we have broken down the extent of bathroom renovation into three different levels – Facelift, Pull and Replace, and Full-Scale Renovation.

Facelift Remodeling

Facelift remodeling consists of making minor cosmetic changes, such as installing new toilet or a new sink, replacing tiles or updating cabinet hardware. If you have a bathroom that is very much functional but just need a little cosmetic update, this remodeling is for you. Sometimes, small updates may be all you need to freshen up your bathroom. Facelift remodeling allows you to keep your budget low while achieving the new look that you desire. Those who are also looking into remodeling that can be done in a short period of time with relatively less disruption may find facelift remodeling preferable.

Pull and Replace Remodeling

A pull and replace remodeling consists of replacing and updating all bathroom fixtures such as toilet, faucet, shower, tub, cabinets, and more. It is suitable for those are looking into updating their worn-out bathroom. This particular type of remodeling does not require any kind of reconfiguring of the space, and the original floor plan is kept. By choosing to have pull and replace remodel done, you will not only achieve a brand new look but you will also have a high-functioning, newly updated bathroom.

Full-Scale Remodeling

Full-Scale remodeling consists of developing a design plan that lays out a new configuration of space, as well as updating all bathroom fixtures. This type of remodeling is usually recommended to those who are looking into correcting a poorly configured space or expanding the bathroom space. Full-scale remodeling often aims to renovate the space so that it may both be practical and visually pleasing.

 

Knowing some of the latest trends in bathroom design may help you solidify your idea

  1. Luxurious spa-like shower space
  2. Soaking tubs instead of Jacuzzi
  3. Adding windows to let in natural light
  4. Toilet divider
  5. Heated floors
  6. Convenient vertical storage to save space