Remodel Your Bathroom

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Guest Bathroom

This is a full-service bathroom, with sink, toilet, and shower or shower/tub combination, but one that is used sporadically when guests visit. In empty-nest homes, a kids’ full bathroom might be converted to a guest bath. Because guest baths get only occasional use, many people choose to use economy fixtures and materials, which can greatly cut costs. And because this is a secondary bathroom, you can take your time remodeling it, which also saves cost.

Full bathroom

This is any bathroom with the full range of amenities—toilet, vanity, sink, and tub/shower. It is a bathroom that is normally used every day. In homes with two or more full bathrooms, one full bath may be designated as the master bath, with others are dedicated to one or more children. Full bathrooms get lots of use, which has an impact on the fixtures and materials you choose for it.

Master Bathroom

This is a full-service bathroom that you use on a daily basis. In homes with two or more full bathrooms, the term “master” usually designates the one used by the home’s owner on a daily basis. In homes with only one bathroom, that bathroom serves as the master bath, even if it is quite small. This is typically a fairly important room, one in which owners might spend a fair amount of money on quality, durable, and attractive fixtures and materials.

Powder Room

Larger homes often have a powder room, or half-bath, that has little more than a sink, toilet, and a door for privacy. It is a convenience bathroom used by family members and guests when they have no need for the amenities of a full bathroom. The small size and a limited number of fixtures mean that a powder room can be remodeled fairly quickly, but because it is a secondary bathroom, it also means that you can take your time since there is at least one other bathroom that can fill during remodeling.

Small Bathroom Tips

1. Use a corner sink to save space

2. Choose a vanity with rounded corners

3. Use a wall-mounted faucet.

4. Use large-scale patterns

5. Mount the towel bar on the door

6. Mirror the wall

7. Use a vanity with open shelves

8. Choose a trough sink to save space

9. Use a shower curtain or sliding shower door

10. Extend the counter over the toilet

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