Heated bathroom floors aren’t just for high end budgets. In fact, bathroom floors using radiant heat only add a few hundred dollars to the cost of a bathroom remodel. While some people consider them a luxury, many homeowners are adding them as a creature comfort that may be well worth the extra investment. Read more
The design of your bathroom sink is important. It’s obviously going to be around for quite a while. Therefore, choosing wisely is your best move to ensure satisfaction for years to come. There are several things you can do to ensure you choose your bathroom sink design wisely. Read more
Functionality and Practicality
- Firstly, your bathroom must be designed with the water mains in mind. For example, a one-wet-wall layout is a design where the sink, toilet and shower are all along the same wall. This is the cheapest design, but also the most limiting. A three-wet-wall layout is the most complicated and expensive, but allows for the most functionality, allowing water facets on any side of the bathroom.
Homeowners often don’t give enough thought about flooring plans. Usually when it comes to remodeling floors homeowners want to give it a personal touch. A personal touch can range from colors to textures. Choosing the proper floor does not only involve color and texture, but durability as well. The kitchen is an area of the home that has a lot of traffic and tracks dirt easily. There are several options available to style your kitchen floor and hardwood is the most popular. Read more