The bathrooms are the most functional rooms in most homes. Busy families depend on them to work properly. When the bathroom starts showing its age and failing to perform, it is time to renovate to keep up with the needs of the family.
- Extra large bath – Most older bathtubs are so small that they can scarcely accommodate a person with a medium stature. If you have to be a contortionist to fit into your tub, consider installing an extra large bathtub for your comfort.
- Ceramic tile for the shower – You will likely need to replace your shower tiles. Consider using ceramic tile, the tile of choice in most modern bathrooms. Ceramic tile will look great in your shower area, and it is resistant to moisture, bacteria, and fungi. It is very easy to clean, and it will give your shower an elegant look.
- His and hers amenities – If a couple is sharing a bathroom with only one sink and very limited counter space, frustration may skyrocket. If you can stagger your usage times, it won’t be so bad. But there will undoubtedly be moments when you are both trying to get ready in a hurry. You can make life easier by installing two sinks (if room allows), his and her towel racks, and multiple drawers and cabinets.
- Isolated toilet – You deserve privacy when you use the toilet. You can build an isolated toilet area that is separate from the open bathroom.
Look for the best Seattle remodeling contractor to handle your bathroom renovation projects. A few high-quality upgrades can help you get the most bang for your buck.