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Your Bathroom Should Make You Feel More At Home

Have you ever been to a star hotel or a resort? Did you take one glance at their bathrooms and not want to ever use your bathroom at home again? Did you start feeling uncomfortable with your bathroom’s appearance and disorderliness? If you say Yes to any of the above, then it is high time that you remodeled your bathroom. Here are a few reasons to remodel your bathroom, followed by a few tips on bathroom remodeling.

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Where’s the space:

If you feel cramped inside your bathroom and feel that the bathroom isn’t accommodating to the people who use it, then it’s time to completely change its design and layout. Your bathroom should be like an escape to paradise, with ample space for your requirements.

The aesthetic look:

If your house is old, chances are your bathroom retains that outdated appearance. You’re probably tired of looking at a bathroom that takes you back to the 90’s, or even earlier. We at Daniel Mackey can give a most aesthetic look to your bathroom and take you to another universe, probably the one in which Spiderman doesn’t die!

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Increasing your home value:

If you have plans of selling your current house and moving to another house, then remodeling your bathroom may fetch you a higher price. New home owners generally place high value on the appearance of the bathroom and you would get back the money you spent on your bathroom remodeling.

Tips while remodeling your bathroom:

Before remodeling, remember that it’s all about comfort first.

·         Single showers can be replaced with dual shower heads, and hand showers to get a relaxing yet extravagant experience. Soap and shampoo dispensers can be fixed on the walls to make it easier for you.

·         Conventional taps can be replaced with atomizer taps to save water. At Daniel Mackey, we can connect you to the best suppliers who have various lavish designs to suit your needs, and budget.

·         Lighting plays a bigger role than you may think. Lighting over a mirror and a central lighting system will make your bathroom much brighter as compared to a single tube at one corner of the bathroom.

·         Installing new cabinets and cupboards to store razors, toothbrushes, towels etc. can be really handy.

·         Repainting and retiling you bathroom is essential to completely erase all traces of stains and spills. They improve the overall look at a very low cost. A few random tiles on the neutral floor can improve the aesthetics.

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Apart from this, our contractors will give you personalized ideas and designs suited to your needs and taste.Remodeling your bathroom might come at a cost - you may end up spending more time in the bathroom than the living room!!

Jokes aside, remodeling your bathroom will make your house complete. We at Daniel Mackey can make your bathroom look like a paradise. So don’t hesitate to contact us!

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