Ideas & Inspiration

Bathroom Remodel Ideas

Sinks and Vanities
A bathroom features a double vanity with black vessel sinks on a stone countertop

With so many styles to choose from, a bathroom vanity can complement any decor. There are a wide range of sizes, finishes and styles of cabinetry to consider. Even the sink itself can be part of the bathroom design, with vessel sinks resting on top of the counter or a free-standing pedestal sink.

Walk-in Showers
A bathroom features a blue and gray patterned wall tile, gray vanity and a walk-in shower with a curved glass door

The convenience of a walk-in shower is tough to beat, especially in a small space. If your bathroom remodel includes one, a clear glass shower enclosure allows the tile design inside to be featured. A curbless entry to the walk-in shower can open up your bathroom by eliminating dividing lines. This helps maintain continuity throughout the room.

Freestanding Bathtubs
A white freestanding tub with curved sides sits in front of a wall with gray stone tile

An antique claw-foot tub might not match your current decor but a freestanding tub can still fit in with your style. The crisp lines with a rectangular design or the smooth slopes on an oval tub can suit your soaking needs and also be the centerpiece of your bathroom oasis. When considering bathtubs, choose a model with fixtures either at an end or along its side depending on your existing plumbing to help keep the remodeling cost low.

Bathroom Storage Space
A bathroom features a freestanding tub, double vanity with matching gray upright storage cabinet and a tiled wall

A double vanity can look good even in small bathrooms but takes up a lot of space that might be better utilized. If additional storage space is just as important to you as the extra sink is, use upright cabinets as a linen closet for towels and toiletries. Selecting a vanity with drawers or open shelving beneath the sink can create storage solutions.

Bathroom Tile
A bathroom features white wall tile and black and white mosaic floor tile

Your creativity will show with adding or replacing floor tile and wall tile with a bathroom remodel. The choices of polished or textured, subtle or bold, patterned or solid and single- or multi-colored are just the beginning of your options. Modify the traditional brick pattern to install subway tile vertically, or consider a herringbone layout to add visual interest to simple tile designs.

The best bathroom remodel ideas can sometimes be easy bathroom remodel ideas. There are small bathroom updates that make an impact without much effort or the remodeling cost of a contractor. New light fixtures can be installed quickly to brighten a dim room and create a design element. Toilet paper holders and matching towel bars can replace dated fixtures. Even different shower curtains can spruce up a bathroom space in minutes.



Think about your current and future needs when planning a bathroom remodel. It might be the right time to replace the standard-height toilet with a taller model. Consider installing grab bars at the toilet and tub or including a seat inside the shower.


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