Fans of more traditional bathroom arrangements will like this one also from American Standard. A corner shower with a partial glass wall toilet with a tank and single basin vanity comprise this tiled bathroom. Any of these elements would be easy to incorporate into an existing bathroom for an instant design refresh.
Doing your research and finding the materials that will work for the longest amount of time and provide the safest and most functional environment will save you lots of money and frustration over time. Even if these products cost a little more upfront consider it a cost-savings when looking long-term because what this bathroom remodel cost won’t have to be duplicated with replacement a year or two down the road.
Swapping out your tub and/or shower fixtures. If you’re remodeling the tub and/or shower anyway you can take this DIY option a step further and move the shower heads to a more convenient height and even add more shower heads altogether.
Traditionally the bathroom is comprised of a variety of key components such as the toilet sink shower and tub. In other words the bathroom is one of the easiest places in your home to break down into bits and pieces. This makes for an ideal DIY opportunity you can tackle the projects you’re most comfortable with which ultimately cuts down on your bathroom remodel cost and then you can leave the other parts to a professional.
To cut costs during your bathroom remodel once again you can consider DIYing some of the work after you’ve researched the best materials. Have a glass shop cut your bathroom mirror to your specifications for example and then install it yourself with professional adhesive.
The vanity area of the bathroom is separated from the bath section by a glass wall punctuated by a frame that is reminiscent of gazebo shape. The dark matte metal frame is a bit industrial yet maintains a luxurious yet organic feel to the space. Glass walls also create a division in the space without blocking light or making them feel too small and compartmentalized. Here the circular design element under the wall also unifies the two parts of the bathroom.