6 Remodeling Tips for the Master Bathroom

Recreating your master bath can help you increase the value of your home, and it can make you happier. If you’re unhappy with the current state of things in the master bath, make a list of the changes you want to make. You need this list to create a timeline, and you need a timeline to help you make your dreams come true.

Keep the Layout 

The best thing you can do when you remodel your master bath is keep the current layout. You don’t need to apply for permits, find professionals, or even have inspections. The layout is workable if it’s not a poor one, and you can save thousands of dollars and weeks of your time.

Choose Light Colors 

The best colors in a master bath are light, bright, and spa-like Think shades of white, gray, and even shades of neutral like taupe. A pop of light blue can help, but make sure you keep colors to items that are easily changeable. Neutrals are never out of style, but a blue tile floor can quickly fade out of popularity.

Go with Quality Over Quantity

You can do everything cheap or you can do a few things with high-end materials. Skip the cheap stuff and go for the high-end materials. You’ll never feel better about your bathroom than when you replace a few things with upscale materials. Going cheap doesn’t make it luxurious.

Start with Small Changes 

Change the light fixtures. Change the faucets and the knobs and pulls on the cabinets. Once these small things are updated, take a second look and see if you really hate the entire space or you just needed to update a few things. This might save you a lot of money over time.

Don’t Go Overboard

Don’t take a small master bath in a smaller home and spend tens of thousands of dollars on a bathroom remodel. You won’t get your money back if the comparable homes in your area don’t support this kind of luxury. Update your home how you want to update the room, but do it in a way that allows your home to still collect a little additional value.

Hire A Professional

Unless you are an electrician or a plumber, do not try to do this kind of work on your own. You could hurt yourself, your family, or even cause a lot of expensive damage to your own home. If you need plumbing or electrical work done at home while you’re handling your bathroom remodel, call the professionals.

You can save a lot of money and a lot of time by creating a plan in advance. Remodeling your bathroom can be a long process, but it doesn’t have to be longer than necessary if you know what you want. Create a plan, and then start the work. Don’t jump into anything.

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