Different factors must be taken into account when doing a master bathroom remodel than when remodeling any other bathroom. There are two main reasons for this. First, a master bathroom is usually designed so that two people can use it at one time. Second, a master bath is something of a luxury, and so it is usually outfitted with more extravagant fixtures and materials. When you get ready to do your master bathroom remodel, consider many options before you decide.
You may want to use the exact space that is already being used for your master bathroom remodel. You might want to increase the size by adding in a portion of the master bedroom. This might be a good idea if the master bedroom is more than large enough and the master bath is very small. This decision is a crucial one. It requires knowledge of the sizes of fixtures, cabinets, and a built-in shower if you want to include one. It also demands experience with framing and other general construction skills.
You must know how much floor space to leave for cleaning and moving around the room. At the same time, you will want to save as much space as possible with a clever floor plan. All this can be accomplished easily by someone with experience in designing bathroom remodels, such as a remodeling expert.
A part of choosing fixtures for your bathroom remodel is determining what size and shape your bathroom can accommodate. If you have a small space, you might choose a toilet with a small round bowl. On the other hand, if you have more room in your master bath area, you might prefer a toilet with a larger, elongated bowl for more comfort and style.
You will probably want two sinks in a master bathroom remodel. One question you will have to answer is whether your bathroom can accommodate a vanity with a sink-top, or if you need to use pedestal sinks to save space. If you can have a cabinet under your sink, you have even more options. You might have enough room for a long cabinet with multiple sinks set into the top. An experienced remodeling company can help you get the sink tops and cabinets you want and require, and can install them properly.
Your bathroom will never be organized if you do not plan your bathroom remodel to include places for storage. Every activity you do in your bathroom that requires the use of grooming tools, personal care products or linens must be accounted for in your storage plans. If you do not have a long cabinet under your sinks in which to store your items, you will need to make some other arrangements in your master bath.
You can certainly plan for storage if you do your own bathroom remodel. You can throw in a storage cabinet or shelves here and there with ease. However, if you use a professional remodeling company, they will make sure you use every bit of space available for storage without cutting into the space you need for the other functions of the master bath. You can do a master bathroom remodel by yourself, or you can hire an experienced remodeler to do it for you. It all depends on how professional you expect the results to be.
To learn more about Bath Remodeling options including bathroom cabinet refacing, bathroom shower replacement, bath tub replacement, bathroom flooring installation, and bathroom vanity installation, visit the Bathroom Remodel section of Sears Home Services.