Taking on a bathroom renovation
Whether you have purchased a new home or looking to give a fresh new look to your existing property, quite often the case you will find yourself looking at a kitchen or bathroom renovation.
The most impactful of changes, these are also the two rooms you will most regularly visit, which warrants the level of investment associated.
In this blog we’re focusing on bathrooms, discussing how much you can expect to spend, the top trends this year and the materials you should select.
After all, these types of home improvements can add value to your property when it comes time to sell.
How much will a bathroom renovation cost me?
According to bathroom specialists Victoria Plumb, the average bathroom renovation costs around £6,500 in the UK, so it’s best to make sure your making all the right investments at the time.
Hire a professional for any plumbing work and even look to using a joiner for any additional works, by not cutting any corners you avoid any issues further down the lime.
They can even help you to evaluate the space you have available and suggest what you can do to make the most of it, as well as also being able to suggest suppliers they typically use. This can hopefully help you to save money.
What are the most popular bathroom trends for 2023?
And if you’re looking to keep on top of all the latest trends when it comes to your bathroom ideas, HouseBeautiful suggest to keep your eye on the following:
- Warm brushed metallics
- Chequerboard tiles
- Black bathrooms
- Freestanding baths
- Spa like finishes
- Storage solutions to maximise space
Should I buy wet wall or tiles for my bathroom?
But what about when it comes to your wall coverings? That ongoing battle between traditional wall tiles or modern wet wall.
The best way to decide is by debating the time you’re willing to commit, how much you would like to spend and also the look you’re trying to achieve.
Tiles will take longer to dry, leaving your bathroom out of action for longer, they also cover less sqm per tile compared to a wall panel. However a wall panel can compete with the textures and patterns on offer from a ceramic tile.
However when installed correctly both provide the same waterproof protection within your shower and bath areas.
Interested in buying a new home?
At Caledonia Bureau Estate Agents we have a number of properties available to buy in Dumbarton, Clydebank and the surrounding areas. Some of which offer great investment opportunities for anyone looking for a renovation project with guaranteed return on spend and more.
Get in touch with our team today on 0333 241 3333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
And, if you can’t see something that meets your exact vision, simply give our team the details and let them source that dream home for you.