13 Big Ideas For Small Bathrooms

Is it time to renew your dated bathroom? Perhaps water damage has forced you into a remodel that you weren’t prepared for? Or maybe your lifestyle is changing and now requires an ADA conversion or VA retrofitting. Kitchen Plus can help you with all of the above and more. Whether your bathroom remodel requires a simple new vanity or a complete customized remodel , we provide ideas and services at a price you can live with. Your bathroom remodels are the only concern of our trained design staff.

Small bathrooms are often less expensive to remodel than larger bathrooms because they have less square footage. This means fewer materials involved to make them look brand new, and their cost will be on the low range of the chart above since you need less of them or their smaller sizes to fit in the bathroom. The cost of labor will also be lower because the time spent to remodel a small bathroom won’t be as long as a large bathroom, unless the professionals run into snags with the electricity or plumbing. However, there is still a lot of heavy lifting, planning and general time involved in the process.

Make your new bathroom uniquely yours. A beautiful, private place to relax and escape the hectic outside world. Creating a luxurious new bath starts with inspired ideas from Inspiration Design Center. Our showroom is filled with exceptional values on vanities, cabinets, sinks, tubs, showers, faucets, toilets, countertops and bath accessories that will add an unexpected touch.

Home centers have a limited selection of vanities and tops in the store, and special orders can take four to six weeks for delivery, so take a look at other sources. Local independent suppliers who specialize in natural stone have a wide selection of tops in a range of colors and sizes. They can also custom-cut tops to fit unusual spaces and shapes. You may be surprised at how affordable the tops can be.

We are going to tackle a bathroom remodel shortly, and sadly it isn’t just because we want to. There is a window in our shower (which I love!) and we took the curtain off that the previous owners had over it so we could enjoy the natural light. We didn’t think about how the window is wooden and water could seep into it. So water has gotten back to the old plaster walls behind the tile and the tile almost falling in. Sooooo we are looking at a complete redo of the walls and a vinyl window to prevent any more damage. Such a bummer. Here are the few pictures I could find of the bathroom. The top on is the most recent.

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