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Before you begin a bath remodel, determine your design style. The fixtures, flooring and countertop materials, as well as colors and accessories should complement the space and blend with the rest of your home. You don’t have to match colors and materials in other rooms, but you should keep them in mind to create design continuity throughout the house. For instance, if all of your door knobs and hardware throughout the house are brass, don’t choose chrome fixtures for the bathroom. Choose brass or a complementary finish like bronze that’s in the same color family.
As any interior designer will tell you, “ for great design, pay attention to the details.” Even the smallest details can make or break the design appeal of a room.
If your home is filled with traditional furnishings and old-world antiques, your bathroom remodel should follow that same style. On the other hand, if your home is contemporary with sleek, modern furnishings and accessories, stay with that same style in the bathroom. Don’t try to make a design statement in your bathroom that doesn’t follow the style in the rest of the house. Your bathroom remodel with look like an afterthought, rather than a well-planned design project.
Once you determine your design style, you can get a lot of great ideas for your bathroom makeover by looking through design magazines, online design sites, and visiting bath and plumbing showrooms in your area. These are great ways to see current bathroom design trends and new fixtures and materials that are available.