With plenty of inspiration out there and great ROI, bathroom renovations are definitely one of the most popular renovation projects to undertake. And if you’ve been thinking about ways you can transform your bathroom, here at Ascension General Contractors, we are sharing some renovation ideas to help you get the end project you are looking for.
Freestanding bathtubs come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and styles, which makes them easy to install in most bathrooms. And they are actually often easier to install than your typical tub. Just remember to think about the location of the fixtures when choosing a model so that it will work with your existing plumbing and help keep the remodeling cost down.
Tiling your shower is bound to make a transformation, especially when it comes to cleaning! Most bathroom tiles are easy to clean and will usually resist mold and stains. When it comes to choosing a tile for your shower, you will want to choose something that is textured. Textured tile has more traction than smooth tile and will help keep your feet from slipping when the floor is wet. The more textured option that you choose, the more traction it will have.
When it comes to improving the light in your bathroom, it is a good idea to try and figure out how to best harness the natural light in the room before you go adding brand new fixtures. Adding a window in your bathroom will definitely help increase the natural lighting, but it will also help with the ventilation in your bathroom and keep it clean and free of mold and mildew. Other improvement options for your bathroom lighting include adding a dimmer for the main lights to create the perfect leisurely bath experience, recessed fixtures around the mirror, and adding lighting in the shower instead of around it.
If you are planning on starting a renovation project to transform your bathroom, give us a call! At Ascension General Contractors, we are here to bring your plans to life. And we are also full-service repair specialists!
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