Downsizing a bathroom is no small feat, but it is sometimes a task we have to face. Maybe we need to give up some existing bathroom space for expansion in a nearby room, creating the need to reconfigure the layout of a smaller bathroom area.
Regardless of the reason for your bathroom downsize, Tracy Tesmer and his team of licensed remodeling contractors can help. Whether it be designing your space or developing a downsizing plan, Tracy Tesmer has over 35 years of experience in the design and home remodeling industry and has tackled every type of job.
Undertaking a downsize can seem like an overwhelming task, but these bathroom downsizing tips should give you a great place to get started.
Your first step should be to measure your space and determine your storage needs. From there, you can begin to look at bathroom storage options, such as medicine cabinets, vanities, bathroom cabinets, and drawers.
One great way to increase space in your bathroom is to install a pedestal sink. This is a perfect choice if you don’t need to worry about bathroom storage. You can also consider storing items such as extra toiletries and towels in a closet or pantry. Keeping make-up and non-essential bathroom items in a separate vanity (such as the bedroom) is also a good way to lessen your bathroom’s storage burden.
Tracy Tesmer loves being challenged and has tackled bathroom downsizing and remodeling projects in all shapes and sizes. If you live in Gainesville or the North Georgia area – such as Flowery Branch or Braselton, give us a call and let us take care of your home remodeling project.
© 2010 - 2018 Tracy Tesmer Design & Remodeling. All rights reserved.