So you’ve decided it’s time to remodel your bathroom – great! But where should you start, and what should be your top priorities? Here’s a few tips to keep in mind to ensure a top quality remodeling job.
Opt for Space
Many bathrooms can feel small and cramped. Sometimes you have to work with the space available. If you have a small space, focus on space-saving designs that will make the room feel light and airy. Consider allowing for enough counter space for two people, even if you have to sacrifice “his and hers” sinks. More people are finding counter space is preferable to a double sink in shared bathrooms. In larger bathrooms, consider putting a privacy wall up to hide the toilet area.
Allowing for proper storage space in your newly remodeled bathroom is essential. Don’t forget to include a place for towels and toiletries in your designs, as well as a medicine cabinet for first aid needs!
Lighting and Ventilation
Shadowy spots in a bathroom are the last thing you want. If not already installed, be sure there is
Many times when there is an indoor staircase it will be the focal point of the area. Because it normally leads to the second floor of your home it gets a lot of heavy traffic. Over time it can become damaged and dull. There are many ways in which you can revamp your staircase. When doing this it is considered an interior remodeling job. If the construction of your staircase is only a few months old then you do not need to do a complete remodeling job. All you will need to do is clean it. Wipe the wooden staircase with a dry cloth and follow it up by cleaning it again with a microfiber cloth that is damp. If there is carpet on the stairs then you will need to vacuum each step. If you have a metal staircase, such as wrought iron, you will just need a commercial cleaner to clean it and then wipe it off. To help keep your staircase clean and not need a full interior remodeling make-over you should clean your stairs at least once a month.
Once you clean your staircase you