Remodeling or upgrading a bathroom can add value to a home and functionality for everyone that uses it. One thing an owner often doesn’t always consider in their planning process is the bathroom sinks that are available on the market today. They might really love a particular sink design, but it could end up being too high and too awkward to use. The height of a countertop should be taken into consideration when choosing a sink because an above the counter sink choice could cause it to look less attractive. In addition, the size of a sink can be overpowering to a bathroom when it’s too large or too high.
Corner sinks are a great solution for bathrooms that don’t have a lot of space. They’re also a terrific option if an owner wants to put the sink separate from the toilet or the shower. A corner sink can provide the area needed without taking up additional space in a bathroom.
Sinks in a bathroom are usually flush with a counter or above a vanity. Vanities that are too large for a bathroom can disrupt the functionality of the room. If the vanity is too small, there won’t be enough storage space under the sinks or on the counter.
Another thing an owner should consider is purchasing high-quality materials for their bathroom project. Although basic and affordable materials feel nice in someone’s wallet, the bathroom won’t hold the same value in a home as high-quality products. If an owner chooses to use a more affordable sink, toilet, vanity, or tub, they should consider spending additional money on the floor or the walls to increase the value of the bathroom.
Short On Space
If an owner is short on space in the bathroom and doesn’t use the bathtub, replacing it with a shower will save space. A tub is approximately five feet long by two and a half feet wide. The space that is saved by installing a shower can help an owner reconfigure their bathroom with the additional space.
Before investing in a bathroom remodel, serious consideration should be given to its functionality and use.