remodeling a bathroom

It takes a lot to remodel or refurbish an entire home, that’s for sure. But it will undoubtedly be easier if you are simply thinking of refurbishing or remodelling a single room in your abode. But what if it’s the bathroom? Needless to say, many of us refrain from remodelling our bathrooms (even if every fibre in our being wants to!) because we’re afraid that it would be too difficult or take up too much of our time. But while the answer is yes, remodelling your bathroom can be particularly daunting, it doesn’t have to be impossible. If others have done it, so can you, and with the right planning, budgeting, and attention to detail, you can produce the bathroom of your dreams. So what does it take to remodel your bathroom? Here’s your best and simplest guide to remodelling your bathroom from start to finish.

  • Planning and budgeting

The first step is the planning and budgeting. Before you start knocking down walls and tearing out fixtures, you have to decide what you want to achieve. For instance, do you want to update the look of your bathroom, increase its functionality, or both? Once you have a better idea of your objectives, you can then create a remodelling budget. Your budget will depend on the scope of your project, the materials, and labour expenses. It’s a good idea to think of a budget that’s 20% more than you originally planned to cover unexpected expenses. Be sure to factor in contractors, permits, flooring, fixtures, lighting, and any other items you will need.

  • The design and style

You can begin designing your new bathroom when you have decided on your budget and objectives. Find inspiration from online resources, home design magazines, or by visiting virtual and actual showrooms, such as those of JTSpas. Think about factors such as fixture styles, colour schemes, and lighting. And remember that it’s important to select a design that fits your personal style while also being functional and practical.

  • Choose your materials

Choose your materials wisely, as it is one of the most crucial aspects of remodelling your bathroom. For instance, go for materials that are easy to clean and maintain, durable, and fit your budget. Some popular choices and materials for the bathroom include ceramic or porcelain tiles, marble or granite countertops or worktops, and fibreglass or acrylic shower enclosures and baths.

  • Think carefully about the installation

The installation process can indeed be messy and time-consuming, but it’s important for you to make sure everything is installed properly and correctly. This includes the electrical, plumbing, and any appliances or fixtures. If you are working with a contractor, they will handle the installation process. On the other hand, if you are doing it yourself, follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully and to the letter – and ask for help if needed!

  • The finishing touches

The final step when it comes to remodelling your bathroom is adding the finishing touches. This includes painting, installing accessories (such as towel racks and toilet paper holders), and adding decor such as plants or artwork. Make sure everything is clean, tidy, and well-organised before you start using your new and improved bathroom.