Start Your Day in a New Bathroom Design & Remodel You’ll Love!
Create the master bathroom you love with our bathroom remodeling services. We can simply replace bathroom cabinet doors or do a complete bathroom makeover. The smallest rooms in the home sometimes can be the most challenging change. That’s why you need a professional bathroom remodeler. We’ve remodeled enough bathrooms to see great potential hiding within these minimal spaces. The first order of business is a floor plan. If you are on a tight budget, you may want to leave the plumbing in place. This will limit your options, but will also be a much faster job. If you are looking for a complete remodel, ask these three questions that will help you make the most ideal use of the space you have:
- Who will be using the bathroom?
- When they will be using it?
- How they will be using it?
Freedom to Create a New Master Bathroom
Unlike kitchens with their work triangle rule and safety considerations, bathroom design doesn’t have a recommended layout. As long as the room contains a sink, a toilet and a tub or shower, it is considered a full bath. While in the kitchen you may be using the sink, stove, oven and refrigerator almost simultaneously, tasks in the bathroom are not done at the same time, so placement of fixtures becomes less important. This frees up the decisions to what makes the best use of the space. It is important to pay attention to how you use the space. For instance, if you have a tub you rarely use, you can remove it altogether and replace it with a shower. You will create more floor space and a whole different look.
Length of Stay Determines the Size of Remodel
If you are planning to stay in your home through retirement and beyond, you may want to consider what’s called universal design. Universal design focuses on ease of use and accessibility. It features roomier floor plans with wider doorways, taller toilets and curbless showers. Some of those features could come in handy down the road.
Minor Bathroom Updates Make a Major Difference
Sometimes the bathroom is just outdated and a little “rouge and lipstick” will suffice. Adding new lighting fixtures, faucets, countertops, cabinets and mirrors can make a world of difference without having to tear anything out or move it. Luckily, the vanity is usually the only piece of furniture in the bathroom and can have the biggest impact on the overall theme. That’s where we shine. Don’t forget about pull-out shelves and other storage options we can add to make everyday use of use your bathroom more convenient. From simple cabinet refacing to full remodeling, Cabinet Reface Bathroom Remodeling Services can help make your bathroom more functional and more beautiful.
For more information on bathroom design in Kansas City, call Mike
at (913) 894-8455 or (816) 444-8455.