double vanities are a top 2020 bathroom design trend

3 Master Bathroom Remodel Essentials

Rebekah Bathroom remodel, Tips, Uncategorized

When remodeling your bathroom, it can be an exciting time of considering new options in adding features to the remodel that may not have been in your original plan. Unfortunately, whether it’s a budget or space consideration, deciding on needs versus wants is a must. So, as your friendly Alderwood bathroom remodeler, we’ve come up with three things you should definitely include in your master bathroom remodel. 1. Double Vanity We recommend including a luxury, double sink vanity or counter-top in any master bathroom remodel plan. Having two sinks can make a big difference in how efficiently you can use …

Lynnwood bathroom remodeler recommends plants in bathroom decor

Top 2020 Bathroom Design Trends

Rebekah Bathroom remodel, Tile and flooring, Tips, Uncategorized

Need some inspiration for your outdated bathroom? We’ve collected some of the latest 2020 bathroom design trends to spark some creativity for your bathroom design!      1| Brass is back! One of the most popular design trends in bathrooms for 2020 is the return of brass finishes. From the light fixtures and mirror frames to the finishes on the faucets, brass has made a popular return to the bathroom. Brass adds glam and luxury to your bathroom. It can also provide a rustic design element if the finish is distressed. 2| Deep-soak tubs Deep-soak bathtubs are a 2020 bathroom design …

5 Common Home Remodeling Myths

Rebekah Bathroom remodel, Kitchen remodel, Tips, Uncategorized

Just like the myth that you can only balance an egg on a full moon, myths exist about home remodeling. But addressing five common misconceptions and putting these myths to rest.  1 | Your project will never come in on-time and on budget. One of the most common misconceptions is that every remodeling project will always run past the expected finish date. On most televised home remodeling shows, there’s a major cost issue that is overlooked and it pushes back the finish date past what was originally expected. Usually done for the dramatic effect, it makes the show more captivating …