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Create Your Bathroom Oasis

If you're like most homeowners, you view your bathroom as an area to relax and unwind. Some of the top reasons for remodeling a bathroom include, upgrading the outdated feel, expanding the shower space, and creating a look that better suits relaxation. Here are some top tips and trends to help you create your own oasis.

We've seen a shift in trend from the farmhouse, traditional style bathrooms to modern and transitional. Some characteristics of these styles include a sleek feel, interesting patterns, and bold metal finishes.

The white on white color scheme has seen an extreme rise in popularity. Mixing different patterns and textures of white is one of the easiest ways to create a luxurious space with interest. It provides a clean, fresh feel that can awaken your senses and provide ease of mind after a long day. 

Using doubles is another rising trend. Recreating your usable and functional space to accommodate two people contributes to a more customizable, persona…
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Begin Your Remodel with 5 Easy Steps

Beginning a remodel is no easy feat. From choosing what needs to be updated, selecting a contractor, to finding your design, the process can seem long and intimidating. Our team has come up with 5 easy steps to follow to help you stay on track, and complete your remodel as quickly and effortlessly as possible.

1: Create a Remodel File
It is a MUST to have a notebook, folder, or file in your phone with all  thoughts, questions, answers, and ideas pertaining to your remodel. As you collect more information, you'll want it all accessible in one specific area. The more organized you are, the smoother the process. Create a section for questions and answers, inspirational pictures and ideas, costs, and general notes about your progress and status. 
2: Consider Your Space
Consider the space that you want to change, and ask yourself what it is you dislike about it. What are the things you really want to change? Is it outdated? Are the colors wrong? Is the layout incorrect? Too small, too bi…