Bathroom Design Ideas to Increase the Value of Your Home

If you planning to remodel your bathroom, it is a good idea to consider the features that homebuyers are looking for.  This way, you can remodel your bathroom in a way that will help you enjoy it even more while also increasing its value in case you ever decide to put it on the market.  With these great bathroom design ideas, you will certainly love your bathroom – as will your potential future buyers.

His and Hers Sinks

His and her sinks are very popular among today’s homeowners.  With this design, you have a nice, long countertop that contains two separate sinks.  Of course, you need to have the space available for this layout.  If you do, it is an attractive feature that also provides plenty of storage space in the cabinets below.

Separate Tub and Shower

An increasing number of homebuyers are looking for homes that have a separate tub and shower.  In this way, they can both be made to be far more luxurious.  Ideally, your tub should have a Jacuzzi feature while your shower should offer several stream of water and plenty of room to move around.

Toilet in a Separate Room

Creating a little wall that separates the toilet from the rest of the bathroom is another great idea.  This provides more privacy to the person using the toilet while also hiding the toilet away when entering the bathroom.  As a result, the bathroom looks far tidier and more attractive.

Solid Surface Counters

Homebuyers love to see solid surface countertops.  These countertops are extremely durable and easy to maintain.  In addition, they are very attractive and are available in a wide variety of colors and designs.

With these four simple ideas, you will find that your bathroom is far easier to use and attractive.  As a result, you will enjoy spending time inside of it and, when the time comes to sell, you will have no problems getting buyers to make you a great offer.

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