Start your renovation with visualization
Creating a new bathroom design can be fun, rewarding, and fulfilling. You’ll enjoy many hours in a bathroom that reflects your tastes and preferences. You’ll also be adding to the value of your home, if and when you decide to sell. And bathrooms are among the most profitable rooms to renovate, giving you great return on your investment.
When deciding which bathroom ideas are worth the investment, you can make some trade-offs. From new vanity or cabinets to enclosures, showers, fixtures, basins, sinks, tile, and color choices, every element contributes to the overall design, and each gives you a chance to consider the cost vs. the value, to achieve a beautiful, functional bathroom for your budget.
There are many areas where our experts can help you decide where to save a little, and where to spend a little more, to give you the look you want without breaking the bank. We’ve found the best way to get inspired is to see some great examples. Check out some options here, then visit our showroom and let us know what your goals and budget are, and we’ll turn your bathroom ideas into reality.
Vanities, Sinks, Cabinets, and Countertops
From pedestal sinks to hardwood vanities, granite to quartz countertops, and simple to elegant sinks and faucets, your choices can turn a drab bathroom into a stunning showpiece.
Today’s toilets run from simple and inexpensive to include a host of new features: low-volume or dual-flush for the environmentally conscious, automatic lids, built-in bidets, and more. Choose your convenience level.
Enclosures, Showers and Bathtubs
While a one-piece molded insert can be a great budget-friendly choice, you can easily up your game with custom tiling, porcelain soaking tub, walk-in tub for the less mobile, glass standalone enclosure, or detachable shower head, to start.
Storage and Accessories
Choose from contemporary floating shelves or space-saving cabinets to accents like framed artwork, decorative baskets, and toiletry trays.
Lighting and Ventilation
Lighting and ventilation are essentials. The right choices can make your bathroom relaxing and pleasing, and the wrong choices can leave you feeling uncomfortable at best, and unhealthy at worst. A high-quality, quiet ventilation fan will keep mold and mildew down, keep finishes safe, and help you stay relaxed. Both functional task lighting and soothing ambient lighting will make your space versatile and pleasing to the eye.