When you’re thinking about remodeling or improving your bathroom, there are many different factors to consider. Do you like your existing style, décor and color scheme? What needs to be updated and what can remain? In addition to these questions, consider the different features of your bathroom such as the ones listed below.
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Bathroom FlooringReplacing the flooring in your bathroom can be a great way to freshen up a tired bathroom. Tile, marble and waterproof laminates are all great choices to help achieve the look you desire. For those on a budget, vinyl or vinyl tiles can capture a realistic look at a fraction of the price.
Bathroom CabinetsOne of the biggest eyesores is an old bathroom cabinet. Chipped, water stained cabinets look unsanitary and old cabinets can deteriorate from all of the moisture in the room. Bathroom cabinets are available in a wide variety of colors and styles so you can create a fantastic foundation for the rest of your bathroom.
Bathroom SinksAn old sink makes the rest of your bathroom look dingy and gross. Present a clean appearance with a new porcelain sink along with attractive fixtures made of brushed nickel, stainless steel or even copper.
Bathroom LightingA dark bathroom always presents a challenge to get ready in the morning. Change out brass fixtures with modern lighting that illuminates your bathroom.
There are other items that you can include in your bathroom renovation such as a new vanity mirror, door handles, shower and tub replacement and a fresh coat of paint to complete the look. Once you’ve decided on the items you want to replace or if you want to completely renovate your bathroom, the next step is to hire a qualified contractor. Home improvement projects can sometimes be tempting to DIY, but replacing a shower or sink isn’t something you really want to try out for the first time over the weekend. You need a professional Atlanta bathroom contractor who can quickly and efficiently deliver the bathroom of your dreams!
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