Avoiding these seven common goofs could save you thousands of dollars on the project, especially if you're planning an upscale remodel. You're also likely to enhance the comfort, style, and efficiency of the finished project. Don't rush the process. Now that you're committed to the idea of a new bathroom, you probably want it done tomorrow. But poor planning is the leading cause of cost overruns on these projects. “Nothing is more expensive than doing things twice,” says Elizabeth Goltz, owner of Design by Orion in Kansas City. Depending on the size and scope of your bath project, you should spend several weeks to a few months on the planning process. If you don't have a Pinterest account yet, consider one. This website lets you keep a digital ideas file of inspiring images you find on the Internet, say for tile styles, favorite fixtures, and clever designs.
You obviously need towels and, most often, they'll be laying out—so they might as well be pretty! New towels or not, take your bath towel and fold it into thirds (vertically) and drape over the side of the tub. A basket or stool to store and display extra towels is always a great touch. It sounds silly, but there's actually a lot you can do to pretty up a bathtub or shower. Drape fresh eucalyptus over the showerhead for some added greenery and an aroma-therapeutic shower experience. Hate your shower floor? Cover it with a teak slat floor tile. Want to add some luxury to your bathtub? Add a tub tray for leisurely tea drinking and book reading. The main goal: Keep it tidy! The simpler the better. Soap, shampoo, conditioner, a razor, and face wash are all you really need.
The key to a beautiful countertop is to love everything that's visible, no matter how functional. Whether hung or out on the counter, keep hand towels in a tri-fold. Find a soap dispenser that you love. If you keep makeup brushes, cotton balls, or Q-tips out on the counter, put them in pretty containers. Glass jars and canisters are game changers. Here's where we can have fun! Plants, candles, jewelry dishes, and vases with bare twigs are all on the list. Or add art. (We love the boldness of this skull above.) So get creative! Maybe you want to install a branch on the wall instead of in a vase. You'll see I've used this trick all around the bathroom. Stacking a soap dish on top of a folded face towel on the concrete trivet, placing several items on a towel on the bath shelf, and even simply placing one towel on top of another on the edge of the bath.
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