Bathroom Designs for Small Bathrooms

Posted March 7th, 2012 by Alexander Pokorny

Just because you have a smaller bathroom doesn't mean you don't want an attractive, functional design. There are so many bathroom designs for small bathrooms. You can still get a modern feel, a tuscan flair or whatever expresses your personal style without having a palatial bathroom.  

The most common reason to remodel a bathroom is dissatisfaction with the tub or shower. Often times, the surface of the tub and/or shower is no longer functional or attractive. You may have cracks in the surface or stains and discolorations that won't clean off no matter what products you use. 

The first step to a successful bathroom remodel is to determine a budget. Bathroom remodels can be costly so it's important to know what priorities are most important and make sure those are included in your final plan. Usually, those priorities are about fixing the tub or shower especially in bathroom designs for small bathrooms. 

The next step is to determine how much time you have to spend on a bathroom remodel. Particularly, if you only have one primary bathroom it may be difficult to give it up for weeks and weeks. If that is important to you then you should know there are alternatives that may only require a few days.

The third step is to imagine the possibilities for bathroom designs for small bathrooms. Does your tub need to be relined or replaced? Do you want to convert the tub into a shower?  Do you want the tub and shower to be combined? Does it make more sense to have a walk-in shower? With all these questions, a contractor or designer can be of invaluable service. You may only remodel one or two bathrooms in your lifetime but a reliable contractor or designer goes through this process many, many times each year. 

When you are looking for bathroom designs for small bathrooms think about getting a contractor who is experienced at working with those parameters. Some contractors are used to working with larger spaces and find it difficult to scale down their plans or work with the budget that you have available. There is no need for you to get a bigger remodel than you need or can afford because of the contractor. 

The final step is to choose a contractor who is professional and wants to complete your job, to your specifications, on your timetable. You want them to provide you with information about how the job will be completed, what materials will be used, with photos to show how the job will look when completed and references from satisfied customers. Once you are confident that you are going to get bathroom designs for small bathrooms and not something unsuitable for your space you can sit back and enjoy the beauty of your new bathroom. 

If you want more information about bathroom designs for small bathrooms contact the experts at Rebath

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