Tips for Your Bathroom Design

Posted on: February 2, 2016

When remodeling your bathroom you also have the option of designing the space completely fresh. You can get everything you’ve always wanted from the space whether that’s a better view of the skyline, a rain shower head, or the tiled floor that’s perfect for your aesthetic. Here are our tips for making your bathroom design an enjoyable process.

Prioritize

Is it more important that you have storage or that you finally have your dream bathtub? Each may be equally important aspects of your remodel, but if you are restricted by space or budget it is vital to know in what order you prioritize the aspects of your remodel. Our certified designers recommend creating a list of the parts of your remodel in order from “must have” down to “a nice addition” so you go into your appointment knowing where your priorities truly lie.

Choose a Style

When it comes to bathrooms there can be a lot going on in a relatively small space. It’s important to know the aesthetic direction that you want your bathroom to take. Are you searching for a contemporary look that is sleek and modern, with minimal accessories? Do you want a rustic country feel that takes advantage of woodgrain and vintage white hardware? Whatever you’re looking for, we can help you achieve it—just check out our Houzz profile for some of the remodels that we’ve completed!

Create Storage Opportunities

You can get creative with storage opportunities when designing and remodeling your bathroom. Custom cabinetry is one option at your disposable, while linen closets and drawers are also at your disposal.

Meet Your Needs

Thought it seems like a basic thing, it’s important to keep in mind that you should be meeting your needs, not necessarily your wants. Should you consider everything that you would like to have in your new bathroom? Absolutely! But should your needs outweigh your wants—sometimes, yes.

For example, if you are getting on in years you may want to consider future needs that will arise in the coming decade. The principles of aging-in-place design show that as you get older walk in showers are much safer and easier to enter and exit than a bathtub. This is something to keep in mind as you complete a bathroom remodel.

Contact Us for Help with Your Bathroom Design in MD, DE, NJ or PA

When you need a thoughtful bathroom design that meets not only your needs but your lifestyle, wants, and budget, make Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center your first call. We look forward to helping you bring your dream bathroom to life! Contact us today.

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  • Wilmington
    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m,
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    Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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“Although we have given this project a rating of 10 in all areas, we would like to give our thanks and appreciation to our designer Joel and installer Andrew (and crew) for the excellent job they did in remodeling our bath.  It was truly a pleasure working with them from beginning to end."

- Ron and Judy