How To Remodel the Small Bathroom of Your Dreams
Remodeling a bathroom is no small task.There are infinite ways to design a bathroom, but finding a starting point can be stressful. You have so much to consider. Who’s going to use the bathroom? What color should you paint it? How will you match the toilet to the sink?
Don’t get overwhelmed by the planning process. Take a deep breath and let Gerber help you plan your dream small bathroom.
How Much Will It Cost to Remodel a Bathroom?
To an extent, you control what your remodel costs. That is to say, what you’re willing or able to spend and the fixtures you choose are all variables in the final cost. Most small bathroom remodels don’t involve redoing the plumbing. Consider that the average cost for faucets is around $230 to $680 and the average cost for fixtures is $500 to $2,500 (not including labor). Along with those big items, you’ll likely need paint, a vanity, hardware, linens, and more. In total, you can expect your figure to be in the range of $1,500 up to $15,000.
Make Your Small Bathroom Look Big With Colors
It’s a basic design principle that colors such as whites, creams, grays, and light blue help make rooms appear larger. When choosing fixtures, pick white fixtures and silver/chrome faucets/showerheads to help your small bathroom feel more spacious, and light and airy. Gerber has finishes crafted to be versatile with bathrooms of any size, so you could also pair light color schemes with more show-stopping faucet finishes like Satin Black or Brushed Bronze.
Perfectly Match Your Bathroom Sink To Your Toilet
It can be difficult choosing a bathroom sink design and color—let alone matching it with your toilet. Yet for a coordinated look, you’ll need to find ones that share similarities. For example, let's say you have a traditional high-tank toilet. You could match the style with the vintage vibe of a pedestal sink. Find your dream match here.
Go With a Compact Elongated or Round Front Bowl To Save Space
Let’s talk toilets. With your limited space, you want to ensure your toilet doesn’t take up too much room. Go with a round front bowl toilet or compact elongated bowl to maximize space. Or if you are willing to use every inch to the fullest, we suggest the ErgoHeight elongated bowl. Elongated bowls are also more comfortable for most folks.
Keep Accessibility in Mind for the Future
Create a bathroom anyone can use easily. Pick fixtures that are ADA compliant such as a hand-held shower head, Ergoheight elongated bowl, and more. It’s never a bad idea to plan for the future, and it may save you time and costs later down the road.
Gerber Has What Your Bathroom Remodel Needs
Our easily installed, reliable products will look fantastic in your bathroom. We have the right products that fit your needs, stay within your budget, and provide your desired look. Trust our dedicated technical support team to champion your bathroom dreams, no matter the size. Find remodeling solutions with Gerber today.