Bathroom renovation services from The Solera Group are available to you in and around the city of San Jose.
Small bathroom renovationspresent unique challenges that renovations of large and medium-sized bathrooms don’t suffer from. With smaller bathrooms, you’ve got less options as to what you can use when replacing old and worn bathroom fixtures and vanities.
You’re doing a renovation of a small bathroom and you want to yank the old tub and put in an old-style clawfoot tub. I’m sorry to tell you that this is most likely not going to happen, unless you take the toilet out of the bathroom. If it’s a really small bathroom, you may even have to forego having a sink if you’re dead set on having that clawfoot tub.
However, a corner tub, even a corner style jacuzzi bathtub will open up some extra space. The length and width are both reduced, so you can slide a tall and narrow storage cabinet in between the end and the wall. Or, even better because it takes up less space, try a corner shower stall.
Sinks-To Vanity or Not to Vanity?
Most of us with medium and larger bathrooms have a pretty good-sized vanity with our sink and some cabinets. However, when renovating small bathrooms, you want to open up extra space, or appear to. One of the best ways to do this is with a pedestal sink and a wall-mounted medicine/storage cabinet.
The Toilet-Go Low and Install Cabinets
The toilet has undergone a number of changes over the years. When it comes to small bathroom renovations, space is the main constraint. Give your bathroom renovation a European flair by installing a bidet. Combined with a pedestal sink, you’ll appear to almost double your open floor space in the bathroom.
Are you looking for professional bathroom remodelers to help you with your small bathroom renovation in San Jose? Cll (408) 338-6059 or fill out our online form.