Bathroom Remodel

Tips on Remodeling Your Bathroom

A bathroom remodel has lots of great options. Whether you’re gutting and building it up from scratch, or just replacing a few key features, consider what style best suits you, and what you’ll be happy with for years into the future.

Ranch

Natural materials like clay and patterned stone give texture and depth to any room, but this kind of interior particularly lends itself to the bathroom. Ranch styles incorporate wood, stone, and tile into the perfect ranch-style bath.

Pan-Asian

A treasured item or heirloom can form the basis of your entire bathroom design. Have a beautiful vase or painting whose colors or textures you simply adore? Artistic Stone designers can help you look for wood, stone and tile features that complement it.

Classical

Ancient Roman bathhouses were designed with a timeless elegance. Capture that aesthetic grace and openness while maintaining the modern comforts.

French Flair

There are many options for capturing the romance and charm of wrought iron, floral motifs and provincial color tones.

Contemporary

Modern bathroom designs encompass several styles, including California Spa, Scandinavian, Art Deco, and some retro looks. Learn the hallmarks of contemporary styles to help you narrow the focus of your bathroom design.

A Bath that Lasts

Blending different styles together with safety and accessibility features will give you a bath that will serve you through all stages of life. It’s easy to create a bath that’s both safe and relaxing.

 

Practical Considerations

  • Don’t sacrifice safety for style. Sharp cornered cabinets, tubs reached by steps without the benefit of handrails, floors and bath rugs that have no slip-resistance — these are prescriptions for disaster, and they are totally avoidable without sacrificing the look you desire. Insist on a bath that is as user-friendly as it is fabulous.
  • Plan for the long term. Consider lots of universal design products and layout ideas before deciding. If you’re investing in the master bath of your dreams, you want to be sure you can enjoy it as your physical needs change over the years, or as wear-and-tear or home selling becomes a factor.
  • Keep it simple. Some decorative looks tend to use more accessories or are styled with busy fabric. Employ these looks if you love them, but edit vigorously. Remember the whole picture, and keep it uncluttered.