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Steps To Designing A New Bathroom

So you want to design a new bathroom. What may be making you hesitant is the fact that you don’t know what you need to do first. No worries. Here’s our handy guide to designing your bathroom from scratch.

Step 1: Remove the Old Fixtures

Are you getting a new sink? Are you replacing your tub? You want to start by gutting them before you start on your new bathroom. The reason why you want to remove everything first is that you don’t want to tackle both the removal of old fixtures and the installation of new ones. Doing this early on will make your job easier later.

Step 2: Create a Layout

No matter how big your bathroom is, you want to draw a layout. Think about storage spaces, hangars, and shelves, you’re going to put on the bathroom walls. If you need ideas on how to make the most out of a limited amount of space, you should consult with bathroom renovation companies.

Step 3: Choose a Color Scheme

Next, you want to choose a color scheme. This is important to do now as you want to be able to wall and floor tiles that match the color scheme you’re going for. Accessories like shelving and hangars can also play into your color scheme. Make sure you research existing design ideas to get a stronger idea of how your scheme and general design will look like.

Step 4: Install the New Tub and Bathroom Sink

If you’ve got the layout and color scheme all figured out, it’s time to install the biggest components in your bathroom. Start with the tub if you’re replacing the old one. Then install the bathroom sink and vanity. It’s always a good idea to hire bathroom renovation companies for big projects like these, especially when it may involve some plumbing work.

Step 5: Do Your Tiling

After the biggest components are installed, it’s time to remove the old tiling and install new tiling. Start with the wall tiles and then work on the floor tiles. This will make everything easier to clean up.

Step 6: Accessorize

This is where you want to finish the small details like adding furniture, accessories, and lighting. You’re adding the final touches to create the bathroom that you’ve always dreamed of.


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