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Preparing Your Bathroom for Back-to-School Success

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Preparing your family for back to school can be a stressful endeavor. Getting everyone back on a regular schedule is a daunting task. This can be particularly challenging when everyone needs to get ready to leave at the same time- especially when there is limited bathroom space. Here are several tips on how to prepare your bathroom to keep the back-to-school transition smooth and easy.

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Creating dedicated space in the bathroom for each family member minimizes clutter and helps cut down on time used to get ready in the morning. Mornings are crazy enough as it is, but knowing where everything is can help things run efficiently. Utilize extra space in linen closets or under counters to create a cubby for each family member. The use of bins keeps everything in one easily accessible place and clears counters for a neater appearance and easier cleaning.

Make it Shine

To make cleaning a breeze, daily maintenance is the key. Use a suction cup to hang a squeegee in the shower for quick and easy cleanup after each use. This saves time scrubbing mineral deposits and soap scum later. Keep a small bin of cleaning supplies in a cabinet under the vanity for a super fast daily wipe down of counters, sinks, and mirrors. Quick, daily maintenance efforts will save you from time-consuming weekly deep cleans.  

Privacy, Please

To accommodate multiple family members sharing one bathroom, adding a water closet for privacy can be a real game changer. Enclosing the toilet assures privacy while multiple family members need to be in the bathroom at once. A vanity area just outside of the bathroom is a great option to clear space for older kids who don’t want to share the bathroom with siblings or parents.

Declutter!

It can be easy to let old products pile up in your bathroom, but taking time to declutter will give you more storage and a better piece of mind. Take everything out of your medicine closet and evaluate. Can some things be thrown away? Can you combine things to save space? Dispose of old razors, shampoo bottles, and lotions that haven’t been used in a while.

Proper storage and organization are key to streamlining the back-to-school routine this fall. Following these tips will help you have the clean, clutter-free, and stylish bathroom of your dreams. And as always, contact us at Luxury Bath for any and all of your bathroom needs!

Caring for Bathroom Tile

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Bathroom tile can be a beautiful compliment to any beautifully decorated bathroom. Properly caring for your bathroom tile can be a bit of challenge, but if you do it properly, it can help your tile last for years to come. Because of its’ frequent use, the bathroom requires a lot of maintenance. Follow these time-saving tips to keep your bathroom looking clean:

Stay Away from Harsh Cleaners

More abrasive cleaners may get the job done, but they can also cause your tile grout to wear and down and eventually begin to crack. Even small cracks can be a perfect spot for mold and mildew to develop. Instead, use mild soap and water for light cleanings, and gentle or specialized cleaners for more stubborn stains.

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Sealing your tiles on a regular basis minimizes wear and tear. This is especially true with tiles frequently exposed to water, such as ones on shower walls, bathroom countertops, or flooring with tiles near the bathtub/shower area. Be sure to choose a sealer made for your tiles specific location and material.

Keep a Squeegee Handy

If there’s one tool you’ll want to keep on deck at all times in your bathroom, it’s a squeegee. First, use a towel to wipe up any visible moisture, such as spilled water on tiles near the sink or on shower walls. Then use the squeegee to easily brush away any excess moisture to reduce your odds of growing mold or mildew.

Be Mindful of Signs of Mold

Doing regular visual inspections to check for signs of these common bathroom growths can reduce your odds of having a big problem on your hands. If you spot a few spores or signs of mold-related growth, a store-bought grout cleaner can usually do the trick. But if the problem is more widespread, hire a professional cleaning service. Either way, deal with the issue as quickly as possible.

Clean Grout Lines

The cement-based mixture that fills the spaces between bathroom tiles is where stains usually show up first. Keep your tile grout clean and free of potentially harmful contaminants by using either mild bleach or a grout cleaning product. If there are existing stains, let the cleaner sit for about 10-15 minutes before cleaning it with a scrub brush or toothbrush. Avoid scrubbing tiles directly so you don’t accidentally scratch the material.  

Know When It’s Time for Replacement

Cleaning tiles on a regular basis can prevent serious issues with your tile flooring and can help it last for quite a while. However, there are circumstances in which it is necessary to replace flooring. If your flooring has an excessive buildup of mold or mildew, or if it is beginning to crack, talk to a professional about replacement options.

Caring for your tile floors can be simple and can keep them looking beautiful and functional for years to come. If you have questions about flooring or you are looking to redecorate, contact the experts at Luxury Bath today!

Choosing the Right Bathroom Flooring

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A large part of any bathroom remodel is the flooring. New flooring can be the cherry on top of a perfect decorating scheme. With selecting new bathroom flooring, however, comes some big decisions. It is important to choose the right flooring material for you and your space.

Tile

Tile is the most durable and customizable material that you can use in your bathroom. One of the biggest advantages of tile is that it offers a wide range of colors and textures. Tile is also a front-runner in regards to longevity and overall investment value. It is easy to clean, durable, and can even be heated to offset cold temperatures in the winter.

It is important to note that tile needs upkeep and maintenance to keep its appearance. Without proper cleaning, both tile and grout can grow discolored.

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The vinyl materials available today look and perform much better than the brittle sheets or loosening sticky tiles that past vinyl options offered. A sheet vinyl is a cheap alternative that can maintain the appearance of wood or tile. Vinyl also has minimal seaming, which makes it a good choice for bathroom areas. It is more durable than wood and other flooring alternatives. Overall, vinyl is a cost-effective and accident proof flooring alternative.

Wood

While wood or high-quality laminates look warm and inviting in an otherwise cold room, there are a few things to be wary of. Wood does not react well with water, making it a risky choice for a bathroom setting. Although organic wood offers a unique and beautiful look, it can be more trouble than it is worth. Should you choose wood flooring, be ready for regular and prompt maintenance.

Accessories

With any of these options, you can add softness, color, and water absorption to the room by including strategically placed small rugs. For a spa-like feel, you can incorporate teak or river-rock mats to complement your vision. A rug also offers the peace of mind of a slip resistant surface while toweling off.

The right flooring varies from person to person and bathroom to bathroom. Budget, functionality, and look are all things to consider when it comes to remodeling. As always, if you have any questions or bathroom needs, come visit us at Luxury Bath. Our experts will help you explore and select the perfect flooring options for you!

Best Paints and Colors For Your Bathroom

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Bathrooms can make a huge impact on the overall aesthetic of your home. Many people have outdated bathrooms because of the common misconceptions surrounding the ease and cost of remodeling a bathroom. One quick way to spruce your bathroom up without a full remodel is to reconsider your color scheme.

Looking at Paint Samples

It can be hard to determine a good color because typically the bathroom receives the least amount of natural light in the home. It is important to get samples and paint cards to test the color before applying it to the walls. The exact colors you see in photos or magazines can be a good option to use as samples because this is generally how they will actually look under the hue of artificial light. Even colors that seem neutral can have vibrant undertones, so it’s important to test your paint cards and look at it them different times of the day before deciding.

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You can pick your colors based on a variety of factors. Think about what look you are going for- is it tranquil and serene? Bold and colorful? Trendy and stylish? You want to pick something that will last over a long period of time as you don’t want to have to repaint any time soon. Soft and neutral colors like light gray and sage greens will provide a relaxing and spa-like feel, and you can also pair neutrals with pops of other colors through accessories and decorations. With neutrals, you can change these accent colors out whenever you want as opposed to repainting the whole powder room. Whites and creams give bathrooms a very clean, high-end feel and pair well with marbles and white trim. Bright colors like blues, greens, and oranges, provide a punch of color and personality to a smaller space and can be toned down with white and neutral accents.

Finding a Flow

You also want to choose samples that match things in the room that you will not be remodeling, for instance, the flooring. For a cohesive feel throughout the whole powder room, it’s important to make sure all of the colors flow and there’s consistency throughout the theme of the powder room, with the colors, the flooring, the tub, the vanity, and countertops. Your powder room will look more complete and high end if it all flows together, and paints can be a great way to tie it all together.

Paint Type

Although when you walk into a home improvement store there are always a variety of wall colors to choose from, another important decision you need to make is type is what type of paint to use. One of the best paint options is semi-gloss. The texture gives it a shiny and sealed finish. This is ideal for bathrooms as it repels moisture and will prevent mold and mildew from developing. Typically all paints at the glossier end of the spectrum will resist mold and mildew well. 

Repainting your bathroom is a great way to get a fresh new look. It’s an inexpensive way to update your space if you’re not ready for a full remodel. If you have questions about paint colors or remodeling your bathroom in general, give Luxury Bath a call today.

 

Organization And Storage Ideas for Small Bathrooms

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A small bathroom presents special challenges when it comes to storage. You need to find a place for small things like toilet paper, makeup, and razors while offering enough room for towels and other bulky items. Fortunately, with a few simple organizational tricks, you can find ways to fit those items into even the smallest bathrooms.

Shelving

Place a shelf right above the sink. You have a few items that you use at least once a day. Things like toothbrushes, toothpaste, hair brushes, razors, tweezers, etc. A small shelf above the sink and below the mirror is a perfect place to store these commonly used items.

Add a cabinet or shelves above the toilet. If there is one space that you need to use in a bathroom, it is the area above the toilet. Half the wall from the top of the toilet to the ceiling is available for a cabinet, open shelves, or towel racks.

Replace a mirror with one that has shelves included. A few decades ago, medicine cabinets were standard in most homes. These sturdy mirrors had shelves behind a mirrored door. Now, many homes have flat mirrors. The good news is that you can replace these flat mirrors with modern stylish ones that include the shelving.

Get Creative!

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Use spice racks and hanging baskets. The wall space around your sink and tub is ideal for storing smaller items, so they are handy to find, but not cluttering the sink or tub surround. Spice racks and hanging baskets allow you to maximize your vertical storage and keep your space organized.

Put hooks on the wall. Another way to maximize your vertical storage is with hooks. Towels, brushes, robes, and bags are just a few things you can hang off a hook. With removable plastic hooks available, no surface is off limits for these handy items.

Utilize All Of Your Space

Don’t forget the back of the door. Walk into your bathroom and close the door. Look at the back of the door. There is a major blank slate available there. Hooks, racks and hanging baskets will give you the stockpile space you need.

Use the area above the door. If you look up above your bathroom door, you will see a dead space, perfect for storing extra towels and toilet paper. A simple open shelf is easy to install and will get things up and out of the way. You can go as plain or as fancy as you want with the shelf and hardware choice.

Maximize your under sink cache. If you have a sink cabinet, you need to ensure you are using all the space available. Plastic drawers and adjustable shelves can give you precious space for seldom-used items that you still need to access on occasion.

These simple organization ideas will help you maximize your bathroom potential. If your small bathroom just still isn’t doing the trick, the experts at Luxury Bath can help you remodel a brand new bathroom. Give us a call today!

 

Updating Your Bathroom Decor for Spring

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While you make time for de-cluttering, cleaning and storing winter clothes, welcome spring by sprucing up your bathroom, too! With new décor, colors, and creativity, a dull area becomes a dazzling paradise. Take a peek at our tips below to get a fresh spring look in your bathroom!

A Dash of Color

Nothing says springtime like bright colors. Get rid of black, white, brown, gray, beige, navy blue, and neutral shades and aim for colorful bath decor. Mint, yellow, red, pink, green, and purple shades are great standout colors to incorporate into the room. If changing the wall color to be brighter is too much for you, however, use bright pops of color in the vanity, artwork, or vases to get the same feel.

Get Decorative

Designs and knickknacks add personality to any room. Stripes, shapes, and patterns on towels, shower curtains, window curtains, bathroom accessory sets, mirrors, and artwork enhance that personality. Embrace the shape of the decorative piece (likely a square or rectangle) in multiple areas to create balance in the space. Quirky accent pieces such as artwork, sculptures, or trinkets tell a story through their detailed designs.

Elements of Nature

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Flowers, plants, and beach pieces will give a spa-like, natural element of the area. It makes the room feel fresh, intimate, and special. Flowers in vases, potted plants, seashells, and conch shells are examples of different natural elements to add to your space. Accessories made of brick, stone, or wood work well also. You could even add a reclaimed wood wall or shelves to give some texture to the room.

Add Storage Solutions

It’s impossible to have too much storage space in bathrooms. When shelving is too full to store unused items, portable storage space may be your solution. Portable storage items make bath items easy to access while being stylish. Baskets, bath storage racks, shower caddies, and countertop organizers are great storage options. Larger rooms can add small bath cabinets, over the toilet storage, and ladder shelves for more  space.

Mirrors on the Wall

A mirror is a staple in bathrooms for enlarging the room, so updating the mirror with a new frame will make it pop. If you have only space for small mirrors, we recommend adding multiple to create symmetry. You could even replace one large mirror with two smaller ones to enlarge the space and allow for more creativity. Pair mirrors with sunlight and new lighting fixtures, and the mirror-light combo will illuminate the space.

Light it Up

Let light brighten the area through natural and indoor light. You may even want to replace darker shades or curtains with white or see-through ones if you can. Adding bright, new light fixtures help a space appear brighter and refreshed as well. That could even become a fun spring DIY project – painting old light fixtures to give them a new look!

As you can see, paint jobs and renovation overhauls aren’t necessary to turn bathrooms from drab to fab. Swapping home decor to and from the area will have a major impact on the appearance and vibe without spending thousands to achieve a similar result. Even if Ohio’s weather isn’t ready to welcome spring gracefully, welcome it in the bathroom using accessories.

If you’re looking to give your bathroom a complete or partial update besides fresh paint and accessories, contact us today to get started!

Tips for Making Bathroom Remodeling Less Stressful

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A traditional bathroom remodel can be viewed as time-consuming and expensive. This makes most homeowners hesitant to have their bathrooms renovated, and they see it as a stressful thing. When your bathroom is not renovated, it can be difficult to maintain and may look old and outdated. Therefore, we recommend you have it retouched and redesigned according to the latest bath designs. You’ll have to do a professional research to determine what to correct.

A bathroom should make a person feel relaxed, and you can only achieve this if you change the way it looks. The following five tips will help you renovate your bathroom stress-free. Tips for Making Bathroom Remodeling Less Stressful-less-stress-bathroom-remodel

Hire a One-Day Remodeling Expert

Working with a one-day remodel contractor is the simplest way to have your bathroom renovated. From the master bath to the guest bath, the expert is able to refresh the spaces to your liking. Hiring a one-day renovation expert offers you the following benefits:

  • Convenient service: The remodeling is done within a day and thus convenient for you.
  • Smart investment: Whether you are planning to stay in the house for years or are considering selling it, you’ll notice that one-day remodeling is a smart take as the returns are great.
  • Affordable luxury: Have your bathroom redesigned in a day because it is cheaper and will give you the chance to enjoy the latest bath designs.

Have a Definite Remodeling Plan

How long do you want the renovation to take? As mentioned above, one-day remodeling is ideal if you want the installations done fast. However, you have to write down your plan before you approach the expert. Another important thing to reflect on your plan is the budget. The trusted contractor that you approach will work with the budget that you provide.

Research Your Estimates

In your remodeling plan, you have to break down the expenses accordingly. For example, take a look at how much the new installation will cost. How much will the demolitions cost? Carrying out a professional research will help you spend money wisely.

Clean Your Bathroom

Lastly, in your planning, you should prepare to clean the bathroom before its renovated. This will help you and the experts have an easy remodeling process. If you at least clear out your current bathroom, it will make it a lot easier for the crew to begin the bathroom remodel.

For professional bathroom renovation, you should contact Luxury Bath. We are a high-end bathroom remodeling company that boasts of several years of quality service delivery. Ask us about our one-day remodeling option and how our experts can help you redesign your bath in a day. This will help you have the most trending designs installed in your bathroom.

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The Pros and Cons of Bathtubs and Showers

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When remodeling a bathroom, the one major element to consider is the bath itself. You can choose to replace a bathtub with a walk-in shower or to install a walk-in tub, or traditional bathtub. Each of the options has benefits, and there are many reasons that you might consider choosing one over the other. Let’s explore the pros and cons of bathtubs and showers.

Bathtubs for Families with Young Children

For families with young kids at home, a bathtub is almost essential. While there are ways to bathe without a traditional tub, it’s much easier and more enjoyable for parents and kids alike. Children often love bath time, and a tub makes it simple to get the kids clean and give them something fun to do, too. Parents typically appreciate the option of bathing their children in a traditional tub, which is why they look for homes with full baths that have at least one installed. The Pros and Cons of Bathtubs and Showers-shutterstock_756928027-e1517325402152

Homes with Seniors or Family Members With Mobility Issues

For folks with mobility problems, a walk-in bathtub is an ideal solution for making the bathroom more functional. Seniors can benefit greatly from a walk in tub, as it provides a safe option for bathing, as well as hydrotherapy. Hydrotherapy is an excellent way to promote circulation in the body and to aid in relaxation and stress relief. A walk-in shower can also be a suitable option for a shower seat can be installed. For aging individuals, it’s important to think about future needs, as well. Walk-in tubs are both safe and affordable.

Small Bathrooms

In a small bathroom, opting for just a shower stall can be a smart way to gain more space. This is especially true if you have multiple bathrooms in the home and at least one other one with a tub. In that case, it may be well worth it to install a walk-in shower and enjoy the extra space that can be gained by skipping out on a bathtub.

Best Budget Option

If your budget is limited, installing a traditional bathtub and shower combination is likely the best option. It’s necessary to take other factors into consideration, including the size of the space and the other bathrooms in the home.  Keep in mind that the bathroom is one of the most important spaces to potential home buyers if you are planning to sell at some point in the future.

Whether you choose a shower, a traditional bathtub, or a walk-in tub, you’ll be giving an important room in the home a fresh look. When weighing the pros and the cons of each option, you have to consider the specific needs of your family, as well as your budget. You can create the bathroom that you’ve always wanted, allowing you to enjoy relaxation and personal time in comfort. Contact us today to further discuss your options and schedule a free in-home estimate.

4 Questions to Ask Your Bathroom Remodeling Contractor

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Hiring a professional contractor to do a bathroom remodel is a smart option, especially if you don’t have the time or desire to undertake a DIY renovation. However, you don’t want to choose a contractor based solely on cost. Here are the key questions to ask your bathroom remodeling contractor:

What experience do you have?

Before seriously considering a contractor, you should get a better idea of their experience. Ask them for photos and info on completed renovations that they’ve done. They should also be willing and able to provide you with references who can attest to the quality of their work. Experience is important in ensuring that the remodel is done correctly. 4 Questions to Ask Your Bathroom Remodeling Contractor-shutterstock_687547750-e1517344483529

How will you protect my property?

It’s important to find out if the contractor and their crew will clean up after themselves. If the current bathroom will be undergoing any sort of demolition, you want to know that you won’t be left cleaning up the mess. Ask if they’ll be hauling away the materials that are removed, such as broken tiles, fixtures, and hardware. The cost of removal for large amounts of materials may fall on you, or it may be included in the contract. Be sure to find out in advance of any demolition work.

What’s the timeline for the remodel?

In addition to a cost estimate, the contractor should be able to give you an estimated timeline for the project. They should be able to go through each step and explain how long it may take. One thing that you don’t want to have is the contractor begin work and then disappear for days or weeks at a time. You don’t want to be left with a bathroom in disrepair. A quality contractor will value your time and appreciate the need to complete the project within a reasonable time frame.

What warranty do you offer for materials and labor?

The warranty question is a critical one for protecting your home. Ask the contractor if they guarantee the quality of their work and if they provide a warranty as a part of their contract. This is to protect elements of a remodel like plumbing and electrical work, which can be costly to repair, if not done properly the first time. As for the materials that you select as part of the renovation, such as tiles, flooring, fixtures, etc., the contractor may be able to provide you with the information regarding manufacturer warranties. Having a warranty gives you peace of mind.

Choosing the right contractor can mean the difference between achieving the remodel results you desire or getting stuck with a failed renovation that leaves you feeling ripped off. Take the time to ask these questions, as well as any others that you may have. Do this before you sign any contracts or agree to begin a bathroom remodel. A qualified, trustworthy contractor will take pride in their reputation. They’ll offer a warranty, stick to a reasonable timeline, and will make sure that you get the finished bathroom you want.

Contact us if you would like to schedule a free in-home estimate and begin your dream bathroom remodel today.

Will a Bathroom Remodel Add Value to My Home?

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How a given home improvement project will affect home value is often one of the most important considerations before deciding whether to do it or not. This is true even if the homeowner in question has no immediate plans to sell the property. While bedrooms and kitchens are most often thought of as the best places to increase home value, a quality bathroom remodel is consistently one of the best options to maximize your return-on-investment.

The reason why is simple: bathrooms are used a lot. The tranquility offered by a quality bathroom also helps you notice it more than other rooms. The following tips will help ensure that your bathroom remodel has the positive impact on home value you are looking for. Will a Bathroom Remodel Add Value to My Home?-charles-deluvio-456791-e1517323741621

1. Stick With the Basics

You don’t know who is going to buy your home or when they will do so, so you cannot tailor your remodel to any particular taste. Instead, go for a functional, timeless look that will maintain its appeal for the foreseeable future. Bathroom components that are expensive to replace, such as tile and sinks, should be done in neutral colors and styles to appeal to as wide a market as possible.

This doesn’t mean that your bathroom has to be boring though. You can add pizazz by painting the walls a bold hue, incorporating a theme in your bathroom furniture selections, or adding an accent color to your decor. These features will really speak to buyers who enjoy them, but are cheap enough to replace for any buyer interested in a different direction.

2. Upgrade Popular Features

Some bathroom features have universal appeal, such as Jacuzzi tubs equipped with massaging jets, heated floors for when you are getting out of the shower, and a shower sink for maximum convenience. A double sink is also an attractive addition if multiple family members are likely to use the bathroom.

3. Consider An Extensive Remodel

Bathrooms are increasingly a selling point for homes, so making your existing bathroom larger or even adding an extra one could dramatically increase your home’s value. This is especially true in booming housing markets where prospective buyers are more likely to have larger budgets.

If you can’t quite swing a remodel project on that scale, you can get some of the benefits by making your bathroom appear larger. Sinks attached to a stylish vanity, adding bright lights around the mirror, and a glass shower all create the illusion of a larger space for a fraction of the cost of actually making it so. You can also reproduce some of the function of a larger bathroom through added storage, especially if there isn’t a lot of space under your sink.

4. Trust A Professional

Good ideas are a start, but you need professional craftsmanship to produce the type of quality bathroom remodel that adds to your home value. Our experts have years of experience helping customers realize their bathroom dreams, making them a great place to contact today to get started on your remodel plans!