Before you begin any project, it’s important to know your budget. The size of your bathroom, the quality of materials you want to include and whether you’re planning to do some of the labor yourself all can affect the cost of a remodel.
2. Don’t make the toilet the first thing you see when open the door.
Give your bathroom a spa-like feel by making its best feature the first item you see when opening the door.
3. Consider leaving those vintage finishes.
The point of your bathroom remodel might be a fresh, new look, but some things are easier to replace than others. For example, in older homes, removing wall tiles may cause labour costs to skyrocket. Instead, keep the vintage tiles and spend your time and money elsewhere. A plus: Vintage finishes can offer your bath unique feel.