Have a Bathroom Remodeler Resize Your Bathroom for a Better Experience

One of the things that your bathroom remodeler can add to make a bathroom look larger is natural lighting. Adding a skylight to the ceiling, and allowing sunshine and moonlight to enter the room, can easily achieve this design objective.

Another option is to install cabinets that extend out from the wall, rather than leading up to the ceiling. This will give you more space in the room while giving you somewhere to keep the items that are kept under the sink or on the back of the toilet.

What are the perks of a larger bathroom?

If you have children, then one of the perks of a larger bathroom is that they have more space to take a bath and dry off once they get out. Another benefit is that more than one person can get dressed, brush teeth or do other things in the morning or before bed instead of everyone waiting to take a turn.

What should you remove from your bathroom to make it larger?

Instead of having a large vanity sink, add a pedestal sink and a tall cabinet so that there is more space to move around. You can also remove some of the smaller cabinets and add a rack over the back of the toilet so that there isn’t as much furniture standing out in the middle of the floor.

Should you opt to resize your bathroom and add space to your house?
If you have a large family or if there are frequent visitors, then it’s a good idea to resize the bathroom, or add another smaller bathroom with only a sink and toilet. It can increase the comfort level of those who are in the home if the space is larger or if there’s another bathroom to use.


Assessing Needs for a Bath Remodel. HGTV.

Read This Before You Redo a Bath. This Old House.


About valleyhomeimprv

Steve Silverman is Cape Cod native with a BA in psychology from Bates College. He moved to the Pioneer Valley in 2004 and became a VP with VHI a year later, then bought the 20 employee company in 2013. He and his wife and two teenagers have a farm in Southampton where he spends time growing food and learning new ways to live in harmony with the land.

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