What Your Bathroom Remodeling Design Says About You
The way you design your bathroom remodeling project says a lot about who you are, what you value and what your priorities are. Next time you go to a friend or family member’s home and use their restroom take a look around and think about what that bathroom might say about the person who lives there. You will be surprised to find that the design aspects you choose for your bathroom will tell a lot about your personality.
Homeowners who have double vanities in the main bathroom or master bathroom of the house are nearly always married. Double vanities provide each person with their own personal space at the sink and place to store their own toiletries. Husbands hate digging through tampons to find their toothpaste just as wives don’t like wading through pieces of beard trimmers to find a new antibacterial hand soap. On the other hand, people who have only a pedestal sink and no vanities prefer simplicity and minimalism.
The tub and/or shower also say a lot about a person. People who choose to have only walk-in showers in their bathroom tend to value efficiency and like to get things done quickly. They are no frills kind of people who want to jump in and out. Similarly, people who choose clawfoot or soaking tubs value relaxation, comfort, and tend to take things more slowly. Homeowners with combined shower and tubs like having options open to them and most likely have children, or multiple residents living in the home.
Bathroom remodeling can be exciting and change the look and feel of your home without costing too much. When you are shopping for new bathroom fixtures and planning your remodel, think about what you want your bathroom to say about you. What is important to you and what do you need in the perfect bathroom remodeling project?
Contact your home remodeling experts at Medina Exteriors today to schedule your consultation!