You’re getting tired of the same old look in your bathroom, and it’s time to make a change. Maybe the whole project is just too much on the budget, so you decide to break the project up into sections. The vanity, sink, and faucets are first to get a whole new look. If you’re a do-it-yourselfer (DIYer), consider saving on the labor and use that money for other parts of the bathroom, but don’t compromise on quality. While you’re at it, think about changing the shut-off valve and hot/cold supply lines, chances are they’ve never been changed before. If you’re unsure about your plumbing skills, then don’t chance it and hire a licensed plumbing contractor. The best piece of advice is to be patient, create a plan, and do your homework when deciding on bathroom colors and themes. If you do that, you’ll enjoy the project and have no regrets.
Remodeling Our Bathroom With Something Stunning Or Unpredictable
Have you ever stopped to think about why we go through the steps to improve our home’s look and feel, it’s to promote our happiness and comfort. Some of us may have friends that seem to have something new or remodel frequently. For others, they’re content to have the same stuff as long as it keeps working, and both types are entirely cool. So, for those that need to promote their happiness, let’s move on to the next step. Now we’re on to the fun stuff, picking out the sink, vanity, and faucets. If you’re redesigning the guest bathroom, you may want something stunning or unpredictable. Whatever the case below are some of the available sinks.
Different Sinks To Choose From:
Granite Composite Sinks: These beautiful sinks come in off white, beige, metallic silver, and charcoal. They also come in wall-mount, free-standing, and under-mount. You can check your local home center for more features. The cost starts at just under $200 and can exceed $700.
Stainless Steel Sinks: While you don’t see stainless steel much in bathrooms, they still have a big appeal to some homeowners. They’re available in square, oval, and round for both under-mount, dual mount, top mount, and above mount. They range in price from $110 to $430.
Quartz Bathroom Countertop With Sink: Quartz bathroom countertops are a favorite of many homeowners, it’s durable and comes in a variety of elegant colors and styles. It can also be purchased with a stylish vanity already built-in. They have a price range of $200 to $1000 for the vanity top and basin only.
Solid Surface Bathroom Sinks: These solid surface sinks make an excellent addition to any bathroom. They come in rectangle, oval, circle, and square and only available in home centers in natural white colors. Pricing starts at $150 and can reach slightly over $400.
Selecting the right vanity for your bathroom is critical. I call it a game-changer for your bathroom. If you do not have an eye for design, find a friend or family member that does and run your ideas past them. Every bathroom is different. Some may be limited in space so that a pedestal sink might be best. While others may require two sinks so you might opt-in for a floating vanity. Your home centers have virtually everything you need to create the bathroom look you want, and if you’re not the DIYer you thought you were, call the bathroom remodel pros at Big B’s Plumbing.