7. Finally, don’t ignore return on investments (ROI)
While the cost of renovating your bathroom may seem overwhelming, it’s well worth the investment. According to the 2016 Cost vs. Value report, you can expect a 70.4% return on your investment (ROI) when you renovate your bathroom. Prospective homebuyers are willing to pay a premium for features such an ensuite master bathroom and double sinks. Additionally, while not an easy or inexpensive project, if you have the resources, consider replacing a fiberglass shower insert with stone or tile. The clean, new look will be very appealing to prospective buyers.
Your bathroom is one of the most frequently used rooms of the home, so you can’t afford to make mistakes that you’ll regret later. With these tips, you’re on your way to a space that’s tailored to your unique style, comfort, and budget.