Tips for Planning Your Bathroom Remodel

The first step to any bathroom remodel is deciding the reason why. Do you want more space to replace worn-out items, or are you just looking for a new and fresh design? At this point, you should also decide what your must-haves are and what should definitely be left out.

Next, plan your budget. This is absolutely crucial! Things can quickly spin out of control if your budget hasn’t been set clearly from the beginning. After you have settled your final budget, you can decide where you can splurge and where less expensive alternatives are needed.

Now it’s time for the fun part – designing and deciding on materials! Your day starts and ends in the bathroom. Make sure your design is aesthetically pleasing with enough storage and space for you to move around comfortably. Is there a certain focal piece like countertop, mirror or bathtub you want to display? Plan your color scheme accordingly as well; this will make choosing countertops and cabinets much easier!

Get a general idea of how long the remodel should last? Even small renovations can take some time when considering ordering special or custom materials. Make sure you have an alternate bathroom during the time of construction!

Lastly, give Planet Stone a call! We offer an abundance of beautiful natural stone for tubs/showers, vanity tops, walls, and flooring. We also offer sinks and stock cabinets so you can create a cohesive design for your dream bathroom! Our staff has all the knowledge and expertise necessary for a great remodel. Call us at 818-890-0810 or contact us online to schedule an appointment and receive a personal quote (for free)!

Do you want some money-saving tips for your bathroom remodel? Check out one of our other blog posts here!

Visit Better Home & Gardens for bathroom design and remodel ideas!

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