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Remodeling a bathroom is always a solid investment. Any remodeling should also match your style, and deliver comfort and relaxation. The bathroom space should always come with the right fixtures and amenities, and function properly while offering value.

Below are some of our top tips for bathroom remodeling.

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Remodeling for As Cheap As Possible

Handpick the contractor you'll use for the remodeling. The price difference between offers might be massive and could save you thousands. If the offer is cheap enough, it could be a great incentive for actually remodeling your bathroom. Don't go with the first contractor you meet and don't buy appliances from them. You can buy appliances for much less from outlets or online.

Ventilation and Lighting

All bathrooms should be well ventilated to ensure a free and sufficient flow of air at all times. A properly sized window or exhaust fan can improve ventilation in the bathroom. In addition to having lighting from the ceiling fixture, we recommend adding lighting around the bathroom mirror.

Lighting in a bathroom not only adds brightness but also mood (depending on the colors you use). The use of a dimmer switch is magic for relaxing late-night baths. More mirrors in the bathroom can also help expand the room visually and add light.

Bathroom Accessories

With enough space, you can add a number of accessories to make the bathroom exquisite. A freestanding piece such as a decorative chair or a cupboard is practical. The decorative piece is ideal storage space for towels, soaps, and toothbrushes.

While remodeling, you can also add hooks to the back of the door or the sides of cabinets for hanging clothes, bathrobes, and towels.

Flooring and Coloring

While most bathrooms are relatively small spaces, with the right color palette you can make it look much larger. White or light colors never go wrong. Likewise, you can add small plants, which boost the color texture in the room. Avoid dark colors; they make small spaces appear gloomy and small.

The floor, on the other hand, should be made of hard materials capable of standing up to the rigors of daily use. Ceramic and porcelain tiles are among the best. Also consider vinyl and sheet vinyl tiles.

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