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Things to Consider When Renovating Your Bathroom

by Marta Brown 07/21/2019

No home is complete without a bathroom. Bathrooms are in daily use and so requires renovation occasionally. Before you renovate your bathroom, there are some important things to consider. Some of what you should think about when renovating your bathroom is as follows:

Select Elegant Fixtures 

This is very important because it affects the overall feel of your bathroom. You should be aware of the fact that small margins can make a huge difference. Therefore, it is better to renovate your bathroom with quality and beautiful material to bring to make it look appealing. You can consider a freestanding bath if your bathroom is large enough. This will make your bathroom look classy and creates an aura of elegance.

Sit in the Bath Before you buy it

In this case, bigger is not always the best. A 1500mm can accommodate most people. It is wrong to assume by sight so lie in it to be sure it works for you. The essence of doing this is to make sure it has enough space for you to stretch without any discomfort. Also, if you are buying a double-ended bath, you should check if you can comfortably sit on it. It might seem obvious, but it is advisable to sit on it. It can be very frustrating if you buy a bath for two and you discovered at home that it can only fit one. 

Select durable flooring 

Durable and water-resistant flooring is ideal in this case. Some of the materials to consider are marble, stone, and ceramic. When selecting your bathroom flooring material, you should have in mind that your bathroom floor is always in contact with the most challenging conditions in the home, often wet and with regular activity. Well-sealed, hard wearing flooring is essential for the bathroom’s wellbeing. You should do adequate research to know how best to care for your bathroom floor. 

Build a shower Area

A built-in shower area can be of great value. Also, when you build an open shower area, you give your bathroom a unique look and make it appealing to guests. Apart from the well-designed drainage, an excellent showerhead and shower enclosure can make the bathroom attractive and stylish. 

Hang a Stylish Mirror 

You should always have a mirror in your bathroom. It is essential for both beauty and practicality. You can make your bathroom more beautiful by adding a well-designed mirror. Apart from that, it can also provide an illusion of space.

Check your home supplies store for the best bathroom tubs and flooring materials to see how they look and feel before buying.

About the Author
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Marta Brown


Meet Marta Brown: Your Metro Atlanta Real Estate Professional

A current real estate investor, property manager, current business owner of Blue Peach Realty, LLC and former owner of other successful small businesses, I specialize in the purchase and sale of single-family homes in the Metro Atlanta area.  I work with individuals and families as well as real estate investors.  Prior to real estate, I worked for Fortune 500 companies in marketing, product management, sales and general management. 

 

Why I’m Different

Leveraging my experiences as a successful small business owner, I am known for excellent client service, problem-solving issues on both sides of the transaction, and attention to detail and as a skilled negotiator with my client’s best interest at heart.  I am dedicated to keeping my client informed along every step of the process of buying or selling a home while providing top-notch counsel and market insight.  I am honest with my clients, sometimes telling them things they might not want to hear but things that are in their best interest.  I am very knowledgeable about the real estate industry, have a lot of energy and work very hard to give my clients the best possible real estate experience.

 

In My Free Time

I love to paint using watercolors, primarily, reading, walking and writing in my spare time.  I spend as much time as I can with my siblings and nieces and nephews and live in Grayson with the love of my life, my husband, Raymond Brown, a real estate investor and licensed attorney.