No matter what your desire for your bathroom remodel, when you spend adequate time planning before you start, your remodel project runs smoother.
The saying “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” most certainly applies here.
Interior designers and contractors can guide you through the process (which helps), but only you know what will provide the best outcome for you and your family.
Sometimes hiring an interior designer is an unnecessary expense. When you know exactly what you want, what’s the point.
However, if you find making the necessary trade offs is difficult and you need some help to define your end result, working with an interior designer may be exactly what you need.
For example, you may not realize that relocating everything is an option. It does require relocating all the plumbing, but if that results is much improved layout, it may make sense.
Good design is not about “having it all”. Good design is about narrowing your choices to the ones that really matter for you and your family.
If you’re planning to spend between $15,00 and $25,000 for a new bathroom, is an extra $500 to $1,000 which helps ensure a better end result and expense or an investment?
It depends how you look at it.
If the most important aspect of your bathroom remodel is cost, it’s an expense. If the most important aspect of your bathroom remodel is the years of enjoyment you will get out of a bathroom that better fits the needs of you and your family, it’s an investment.
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