Choosing bathroom floor plans and fixtures
Anytime a house is being built or remodeled, one of the items that should have the most consideration is the choice of bathroom floor plans. There are many different layouts, designs, and fixtures to choose from, and that can make the process quite difficult. The equation becomes even more complex when one factors in the long-term effects of the choices made early in the process.
Personal taste will surely be at the forefront when deciding on the bathroom floor plans, but one must also consider that at some point, the house will be sold. Therefore, future buyers must also be thought of during the planning, because the bathrooms and the kitchen are the most important selling points of a house. Every dollar spent in the bathroom greatly increases the profit earned from selling the house.
One of the basic bathroom floor plans with the traditional tub, sink, and toilet is a good starting point. The placement of the fixtures should be the first major decision. This is limited by the location of the water supply and the drainage systems. Ensure that there is plenty of room to maneuver between fixtures, and that there is ample storage for all of the bathroom supplies.
If there is sufficient room, upgraded bathroom floor plans can be considered. In master bathrooms, it is a good idea to have a separate tub and shower. Dual vanities are also a great idea, and they are very popular for married couples. Upgrading the basic tub to a whirlpool or other specialty system is a great way to turn a profit when the house is sold, as well as a great feature to have while living there. Finally, consider spending the most amount of money possible on the faucets and lighting. These finishing touches to bathroom floor plans ensure that the money spent will earn a great return.
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