A Small Bath Remodel, Big Changes!
Just because a bath is small doesn’t mean it’s not worthy of a spectacular bathroom remodel. Indeed, the very smallness of the bathroom can free the homeowner’s mind to be creative in ways it couldn’t be with a large bathroom, much like the rules of a haiku or sonnet inspire a poet to be creative. ReBath and Kitchens can help with any small bath remodel.
First, the homeowner needs to know what kind of bathroom he or she would like to see and whether the homeowner wants a major or minor remodel job. (You can check out some bathroom designs on Pinterest, Instagram, Houzz, or right here on our website!) Ultimately, it will be up to the homeowner with help from the design team from ReBath to settle on the line, shape, patterns, colors and textures he or she wants in the bathroom. When the designs of the remodel are decided, the homeowner will then be able to choose structures to bring them to life! This includes vanities, lighting, materials for the floor, walls and countertop, the type of sink, toilet, bathtub, shower and fixtures or even whether a window or skylight is going to be added. Our ReBath and 5 Day Kitchens of Phoenix team can handle it all. The countertop on the vanity might be made of a beautiful marble, granite or any other of our gorgeous stones or tiles. Our showrooms give homeowners the ability to touch and see the product first hand!
Utilizing Space in a Small Bath Remodel
Since the bathroom is small, a ReBath designer can suggest some tricks that will make it look larger, such as vertical stripes on the wall. The designer can also suggest ways to make the space more efficient, like a wall mounted toilet or a wall mounted sink, shower controls housed in a single panel or niches in the walls for storage. In a small bath, storage is at a premium.
Another trick to consider for a small bathroom are light-colored tiles, which will make the space look larger. Dark and light tiles that are laid in an alternating pattern can also make the room look deeper and wider than it is. A shower stall that’s installed in a corner of the room also takes up less space than a traditional stall. This is also true of a diagonal corner tub, which not only saves space but gives the bather a feeling of openness.
Other space saving tips are a sliding door instead of a door that opens in or out. Since the homeowner doesn’t need to worry about clearance, there’s more space in the room.
Once the design has been decided on, the materials have been ordered, ReBath’s contractors can begin work on the small bath remodel. You can rest assured that our remodelers are experienced and highly trained to provide incredible remodels in a short amount of time.
ReBath and Kitchens has been helping customers with their bath and kitchen remodels for over 30 years. This has made them the premier remodeling contractor in the Phoenix, Arizona area. If a homeowner’s in the market for a small bath remodel, they can be reached at (623) 242-7959.
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