Bathroom Designers Ridgefield CT

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Olga Adler
(203) 438-4743
470 Main Street Suite 304
Ridgefield, CT
Specialties
Residential,Commercial

Birgit Anich
(203) 807-4040
6 Overlook Road
Norwalk, CT
Specialties
Residential,Home Staging

Valerie DuVall
(845) 628-2878
119 Rt 6
Mahopac, NY
Specialties
Residential,Commercial,Home Staging

Allison Segreto
(845) 528-2444
123 Oscawana Lake Road
Putnam Valley, NY
Specialties
Residential

Laura Lacy-Thompson
(914) 941-4402
131 Long Hill Road
Briarcliff Manor, NY
Specialties
Residential,Home Staging

Mary Bajor
(845) 216-5928
1511 Route 22 Suite 265
Brewster, NY
Specialties
Residential

Catherine Cleare
(203) 454-9430
Imperial Ave
Westport, CT
Specialties
Residential

Linda Ruderman
(203) 552-9700
19 East Elm Street
Greenwich, CT
Specialties
Residential,Commercial

Phyllis Harbinger
(914) 734-1383
8 Devonshire Court
Cortlandt Manor, NY
Specialties
Residential,Commercial

V.W. Interiors
(203) 637-3348
Greenwich, CT

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Bathroom Designs: Creating More than Just a Pretty Space

Bathrooms are a critical part of any home renovation project. If you ask anyone who has ever been involved in real estate, bathrooms are the rooms that sell homes. These rooms have a lot of value, and making yours look great is only half the battle. While a good looking bathroom can increase the value of your home, a good looking bathroom that is functional will serve to increase value and make your own life easier and more efficient. There are many ways to utilize bathroom spaces, and finding the solution that works for you is just a matter of getting creative.

 

Start by figuring out how much renovation you will be doing. If you are completely gutting the room and starting over, you have a lot more ideas to play with than if you were only making small changes. You can design the perfect bathroom, as long as you remember to think about the functionality of the space as well as the aesthetic design. When you start planning, think about the strategic placement of the shower or tub, the sink, the toilet, and light fixtures within the area. You will need to consider different options and think outside of the box to get a unique, functional bathroom that you can turn into a beautiful space.

 

If you are not renovating the entire room, you can still make big changes in functionality by replacing little elements here and there. Change out light fixtures for more energy-efficient models. Choose compact fluorescent lighting (CFL) that gives off a daylight type of light for a more natural lighting solution. Even better, put in a window or two, or expand the existing windows if they are small. More outside light means you need less artificial light in the room. Consider changing the shower, faucets, and toilet to ene...

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