When looking for small bathroom ideas for your upcoming remodel, consider how corner showers help save space.
By definition, space is limited when remodeling small bathrooms.
Do you want or need more stuff in your limited bathroom space?
Perhaps a deep soaking tub is in your future.
You have two options:
- Create a physically larger space, probably by encroaching upon the space of another room (closet? bedroom?).
- Use your existing space more efficiently, more effectively.
When the use of a corner shower allows you to avoid making the space physically larger, you save not only money, but the use of that space in the other room.
Corner showers come in a wide variety of shapes, styles, and budgets, ensuring you will find one to suit the needs of you and your family. Home Depot alone carries over 700 varieties.
One money saving idea that is perhaps not intuitive is to engage the services of a professional designer. You can hire some for an engagement fee of $500 which covers 3 hours or so of consulting. As they’ve done many more bathrooms than most of us have, they’ve seen and learned things we haven’t. I’ve seen home owners spent $500 for a designer, then save more than that on the cost of the project.
This is especially true when needing to determine effective use of a small space (the emphasis being on the word effective). Although this is not a hard dollar savings per se, when you live with a bathroom remodeling outcome where something annoys you, you pay for it a little every day. Don’t let that happen to you.
Now that you are ready to get started on your bathroom remodel, contact us today. We will help you make it happen.