Remodel projects can be costly and time-consuming. So, you are going to want to be sure they are worth your time and money.
Other than enjoying the upgraded amenities a bathroom remodel has to offer; you can have the added bonus of recouping your investment when and if it comes time to sell your home.
How can this be done? Read further to find out!
According to UsaBath.com, the national average bath remodel ROI is 70.1%. That’s based on an average cost of $19,134, with an average return of $13,422.
The ROI you can expect from a bathroom addition could be up to almost 60%, while the upscale addition comes in at almost 55%.
It’s safe to say you can expect to benefit from a bathroom remodel, but which upgrades will really bring in the dough?
Walk-in showers are all the rage, but a nice tub often gets overlooked during the remodel design plan.
Just because you may not have a need for a large tub doesn’t mean a potential homebuyer will not.
We will admit, tub shower combos are not ideal. If you have the space that will allow for a separate soaker tub – go for it!
This will make a huge difference in elevating the design of your bathroom and adding that luxurious feel.
This doesn’t have to be bold, in your face design or color, but rather something different that will add interest.
A strip of patterned tile in the shower, or faux wood tile, are both popular design choices currently.
Adding stone or pebbled accents into your shower can also give a natural and spa-like feel.
A brand-new vanity will certainly make a huge difference in a bathroom remodel.
Try to keep a focus on storage just as much as on design. The more space you have to tuck bathroom items away, the cleaner and less cluttered the rest of the room will be.
Additionally, if you have space – a double sink vanity is an excellent choice because it offers you more counter space plus room for others to share the bathroom at the same time.
In short, you really can’t go wrong when investing to upgrade your porcelain throne. Check out some DIY bathroom projects to get you started and other ways you can get money back on your home upgrades!