Nothing is more relaxing than a warm bubble bath. But if your current bathroom gives you goosebumps, call Central Construction Group (CCG), an Indianapolis home remodeler. Using superior designs and expertise, CCG will transform your space into a relaxing, spa-like oasis.
Studies suggest 69 percent of homeowners are unhappy with their old, outdated bathrooms. Common complaints include insufficient storage, small showers and bad lighting. Popular bathroom upgrades include dimmable lighting and premium fixtures. Tired of stepping on cold bathroom floors? Install heated tiles for extra comfort on brisk, fall mornings.
While glass shower doors remain favorable over traditional shower curtains, smoked glass doors offer extra privacy and style. Separate your shower and bathtub and consider upgrading to a luxurious, stand-alone soaking tub with room for two. While you’re at it, double up on sink space, as double vanities remain in demand.
Multi-Purpose Bathrooms Maximize Space
Sometimes bathrooms need to be more than just a sink, shower and toilet. For smaller homes, maximizing functionality and storage space is crucial. One recent CCG bathroom renovation involved removing a linen closet and laundry shoot to add a small washer and dryer with storage. Mix concealed storage areas with open-concept shelving for a more modern vibe.
For this particular remodel, a ceiling-mounted shower curtain made the room appear taller while white hexagon floor tiles provided a clean, classic look. A custom vanity featuring white, shaker-style cabinetry and Niagara quartz countertops added texture.
A new tub surrounded by a glass knee wall and blue 4×8 shower tiles created a soothing effect. Polished chrome fixtures completed the look.
A Change of Season: Accessible Bathrooms Assist Aging Family Members
For those considering life’s next season, installing ADA accessible bathroom features might also be important. If you plan to age at home, popular options include low-rise or step-in shower/tub entrances, grab bars and eliminating steps. In-shower seating, like a bench or stool, is not only ADA accessible, but gaining popularity as homeowners of all ages seek a relaxing respite instead of a quick wash and dash.