If you are in the process of building a custom home and you need to design a bathroom, or you want to remodel the bathroom completely, it can be very intimidating. Given that you’ll be using it for the next several years, it’s only natural that you want it to be perfect. And the best way to achieve this is to break it down into sections. Instead of trying to think of everything at once, approach the design in sections and with the right questions. Here are some ideas you can use.
How Much Space Do You Have?
The first question you need to ask yourself speaks directly to space you have to work with. If you only have a small space, you’ll need to compromise on what can be installed. For example, a shower takes much less space than a bath. But if you have enough space, you can really play around with your options. In fact, you can get a bath and a shower if space allows it.
What Color Scheme Are You Looking At?
It’s important to get a color scheme in mind. Because once you start shopping for paint and tiles, you want them all to work well together. And having a color scheme in mind makes it easier to handle the rest of the bathroom design.
What Is Your Budget?
Before you can design a bathroom you need to know how much are able to spend. This is definitely a tough area because you don’t want to overspend. But at the same time, you are tempted with beautiful faucets and their lovely price tag.
The temptation is definitely going to be a problem when you see what options are available. And as much as you want to overspend on the budget, don’t. The bathroom isn’t going to comfort you when you dream about big bills chasing you down.
Speak To A Professional
Lastly, you are going to need someone to put the design down on paper. In other words, someone needs to draw up the design for the bathroom before the building can begin.
Chances are you will need a professional to handle the job. Because not only will they guarantee you’ll be happy, but they usually do good work the first time around.
Designing a bathroom should be a fun experience, even though it’s also a serious issue that costs money. But if you ask the right questions and get a professional, it probably will be a lot of fun.