Before you take that sledgehammer and start knocking down the walls and tearing everything out of your bathroom, step back and take a deep breath. There are certain things that you must know before you start the renovation, rather than doing things as you go. There are things you must do before you go to the store, pick out the paint, tiles and types of glass you want to put in to spark it up.
The first must in any bathroom renovation is to really want to do it. Think about how you would want your new bathroom to look and the things that you would do to it or put in it. It is good to try to visualize yourself in your new space rather than tearing it down and trying to create it from nothing.
You have to decide on the design and whether you are going to change the layout. You should have a budget for your bathroom and really stick to it, or things might really get out of hand. And unless you are a technician, plumber, electrician and construction specialist, you should hire professionals to do the job for you, which is why it is a must to establish a budget.
If you are having trouble visualizing your bathroom, you can go to the stores that have bathroom displays and get ideas. You can also look online at bathroom designs or look in magazines and try to pick up tips. You need to give the people who are going to work for you a clear idea of what it is that you want. The clearer you are about your wants and needs, the closer they are going to come to either meeting or exceeding your expectations.
Look at the layout of your bathroom and determine whether you want it to be bigger, whether it can actually be enlarged, and where you want everything to go. If you are going to go all out and install a new sink, toilet and bathtub, you are going to have to decide whether you want them in the same place, or if they would look better elsewhere.
It is a must to be able to decide where things are going to go before everything is torn down and being renovated. If you change your mind midway through the process, you might go over the budget you had so carefully planned. Any delays or changes in plans add man hours and costs to the project.
If you are the type of person who tires of things very easily, you should go for neutral and light tones when making selections for your bathroom. Staying both neutral and light will allow you to constantly change colors and themes. It will mean that you will be less likely to tire of your bathroom since you can always make it look different. On the other hand, if you go for very strong colors, you might find yourself thinking about another renovation long before the bathroom needs it.
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