Remodeling your bathroom can do wonders not only for your home, but also for you as a homeowner. However, transforming your bathroom into a more functional, aesthetically pleasing space comes with a few challenges and misconceptions. To make the most out of your renovation project, here are four of the most widely believed bathroom remodeling myths to which you should never give credence.
Myth #1: Bathroom Remodeling Is Expensive.
While renovation projects can become costly, you don’t have to break the bank to remodel your bathroom. You can set a budget to make sure that you don’t overspend. Moreover, you can enlist the help of your remodeler to set the limit on how much the whole project is going to cost.
Myth #2: Bigger Is Better.
You don’t necessarily have to make your bathroom larger to upgrade it. There are remodeling instances that call for an improvement on the bathroom’s functionality and design rather than its size. There are even design hacks that can make your bathroom appear larger, which is a better option, especially if you’re on a budget.
Myth #3: Windows Can Serve as Ventilation.
Windows can serve as additional ventilation, but only vent fans can provide proper ventilation in the bathroom. You can, however, maximize your windows’ ventilation properties. If you have custom metal roofing or any other type of well-made roof, you should consider skylights.
Myth #4: A Double Vanity Is Always the Best Choice.
While a double vanity can add a dose of elegance to a bathroom, some bathrooms simply cannot accommodate such a design feature. Make sure your bathroom and budget are big enough before considering a double vanity.
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