Remodeling your bathroom can change your life for the better in a lot of ways. You can take this intimate spot in your home from normal to extraordinary in many ways, and we are here to give you some ideas on just how to do that!
- Your bathroom may have been planned out several decades ago when the concept of a personal spa for the average person wasn’t considered. You may be able to remove some walls or change your storage configuration to open this space up and create a lot more space. Your general contractor can be a big help here by going over your bathroom with you to see what can be done without compromising structural integrity.
- Adding a stand-alone tub with a classic look can open your bathroom up as well as add visual interest. Updating your taps and handles is an inexpensive way to update a bathroom without altering the structural aspects of the room. Look for statement taps, handles, showerheads, and hooks in finishes such as gold and copper metallics and matte black.
- Natural, organic finishes are big news. Clay, brass, and stone are all desirable finishes for counters and flooring these days. Choose a nature motif for sinks, linens, lighting, and more to bring the beauty of the natural world into your bath. Natural materials are the best way to add warmth and serenity to a bathroom. Don’t be afraid to swap tiles for natural stone, laminate cabinetry for a sleek timber option and a stand-alone stone, marble or porcelain basin for the top. You may like the idea of adding the warmth of wood to the space by way of timber towel rails, extra shelving, woven storage baskets, timber trays or home accessories.
- Black and gold is a popular trend for bathroom remodels, and pairing these with bold jewel tones for your walls and doors can help you to create a bathroom unlike any other anywhere. Never be afraid of color! It makes the space your very own.
When it comes to remodeling your bathroom, Ascension General Contractors is here to bring your dreams to life. Call us today and let’s talk about your vision for this most important area of your home.