Thinking about a budget.
According to the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) a bathroom remodel budget is typically dictated by size, which averages $125 a square foot. If you decide to sell your home, an updated bathroom is not only an attractive selling point, but the expected return on your investment is more than 60% on a major remodel.
Think about everything that you’d like to update, replace and/or add in your bathroom and use these estimates to get an idea of how much your renovation project may cost you.
- Vanity update
- New countertop or sink
- Refinish bathtub
- New light fixtures
- New window treatments
- Hardware and fixture upgrades
- New faucets, sink, shower and toilet
- New bathtub/shower or whirlpool
- Move fixtures
- New supply lines, drain pipes, electrical
- New or additional cabinets/vanity
- Build dividing walls
- Replace flooring
- New cabinet and fixture layout
- Adding or removing doorways
- Moving and/or expanding a bath
- Redoing plumbing and electrical
- Upgraded materials, surfaces, finishes
- Adding skylights and/or windows
To get this designer look, mix marble countertops, furniture-style cabinetry, and paneled wainscoting with mirror frames and flooring that look like weathered wood. Choose fixtures, faucets, lighting, and hardware that incorporate sleek tweaks into traditional lines and shapes.
Give your tub alcove a custom look by adding a paneled side and a tiled wall niche. Marble tiles on the tub surround add to the high-end look.
Create a bold new bath with these stylish design ideas, in classic black and white.
Enhance storage with a new vanity. Brushed metal finishes complement the marble countertop and vinyl flooring. Durable paint in bold colors contrast nicely with the white border in this bathroom.
For a relaxing, spa-feel in your bathroom, install pebble floor tile inside of a curbless shower and a rainfall showerhead.
This light-filled bathroom mixes tile colors and tile types to create a soothing natural color scheme. The mocha vanity with antique-copper hardware adds vintage styling and vanity lights above the framed mirror provide task lighting.
A basic tub surround is transformed with tile. Here, a strip of blue herringbone mosaic tile makes its way along the bathroom wall and into the tub surround for a fresh look.
This builder-grade bath vanity gets a new life with a fresh coat of paint and new cabinet pulls. An updated vanity top, sink, and faucet complete the look.
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