Bathroom Renovation: Making Your Bathroom Bigger

Bathroom Renovation: Making Your Bathroom Bigger

You can make your bathroom bigger by knocking out a closet and/or room that is next to your bathroom. It is suggested to hire a professional to knock out the room or rooms that are needed. The professional will know how to knock it out without doing damage to your home. He or she can also meet with you ahead of time for a consultation. You can let the professional bathroom renovator know exactly what you want done. He or she can bring your bathroom ideas to life.

Once the professional knocks out the wall or walls, you can select the type of new flooring you want in your bathroom. Tile is a lovely choice that will add sophistication and style to your bathroom. Choose a color of tile that will match the faucet, bathtub, toilet and sink well. For example, you do not want to choose a brown tile flooring and choose a gray granite top bathroom vanity countertop. The two colors clash. It is best to choose earth tones that compliment each other. Browns, tans and off-whites go well together and silver, vibrant white and grays go well together.

When your tile floor is laid down your toilet will have to come out of the bathroom. This is an excellent time to choose a new toilet if you were planning on doing so. You can change the color of the toilet and even a new style of toilet. Now that you have knocked out a wall or walls to enlarge your bathroom you may even want a bidet. A bidet is a paperless toilet. After you are finished using the bidet, you will rinse off instead of using toilet paper. Other features you may want with a bidet include a heated seat, an air dryer and a pulsating massage. The heated seat is wonderful if you live in a colder area of the world. The air dryer is excellent for the elderly, those with arthritis or osteoporosis and the folks with a handicap. The pulsating massage is just a little extra for those that want a massage for pain and/or relaxation.

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Another toilet option is the dual flushing toilet. If you have to pay for your city and sewer water, the dual flushing toilet can help you save water and save money.

If you or someone you love that is living in your home is disabled you can have a customized toilet installed, by a professional, right into your home. Talk about making everyone’s lives easier.

When having bathroom renovation performed it is best to hire a professional. He or she can help you with ideas on the selection of products, how to lay your bathroom out to maximize the space you will be using and installing products correctly the first time.

Once your main bathroom is renovated, you will more then likely want to have all of the bathrooms in your home renovated. Make it simple, hire a professional to take care of all of your bathroom renovation needs.