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5 Tips for Planning a Modern Bathroom Remodel

Many homeowners would agree that the bathroom is an area of the house that should be kept looking as fresh as possible. A clean, modern design can help subliminally tell people that the space is regularly maintained. On the other side of the coin, an out-of-date design may communicate exactly the opposite. For this reason, homeowners often make plenty of updates throughout the years to continually make a good impression.

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The key to a true modern design is to keep usability in mind. Even those not interested in the trappings of modern decor could benefit from a remodel that makes the bathroom easier to keep clean and organized.

There are several things that should be considered when remodeling your bathroom, and we've listed a few of the most important ones for you below.

  • Consider the size you need - Do you have space for a master bath? A shower? A sink? The first step to planning your remodel is to figure out exactly how much space you have to work with. If you can open up another wall to expand your area, it may give you a few more options. If you find yourself limited on space, be careful to not overfill and overcrowd an already small room. Remember, in some cases, "less is more."
  • Cleverly conceal the toilet - Toilets are an essential bathroom fixture, but they can sometimes be unpleasant to look at when you're there to get clean. Many modern designs hide the toilet in its own little room, allowing other members of the house to use the bathroom when it would have been otherwise occupied.
  • Add unexpected fixes into the budget - When planning your bathroom remodeling ideas, keep in mind that tearing down the walls could reveal some expensive problems. When considering your bathroom budget, always leave a little bit of wiggle room in case you encounter an obstacle along the way. This way, you won't have to stall your project and leave yourself with an unusable bathroom.
  • Plan for the vanity to take up lots of room - Grooming has become an art in the 21st century, so it's become pretty common to see homes with at least two sinks at the vanity. However, modern homeowners are starting to realize that having two sinks gives you less space on the counter. By planning an environment with just one sink instead, you can minimize your water use and still give yourself room for your creams, razors, makeup, and everything else.
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  • Pick out the right fixtures (especially for the shower) - Most people find themselves in the shower once a day or more, and to some it represents a moment of solace: a comfortable place to go to shut yourself out from the world. When picking out your fixtures, ensure that you spend a little more time thinking about what you want out of your shower experience. If you want to get the most relaxation out of every shower, it might behoove you to look for a showerhead that comes with a "massage stream" function.

The Most Important Part of Remodeling Your Bathroom

Many homeowners agree that ensuring a return on their investment is a big part of any bathroom remodel. For this reason, the "modern" look has been gaining more and more traction as home interior trends move further into simplistic, sleek designs. By keeping modern fixtures and making small replacements every few years or so, you can ensure that your bathroom stays fresh for years to come.