If you’ve been considering a bathroom remodel – planning is key. Benjamin Franklin imported the first bathtub to America – having it shipped from France in the 18th century. Franklin’s tub was reportedly made of sheet copper and had to be hand-filled with buckets. We’ve come a long way!
Below are a few quick tips to expand storage space in your bathroom – we also ask a question at the very end:
Shelves and cabinets recessed into walls add storage space without taking up floor space.
Don’t neglect the space above your toilet. It’s a great spot for a cabinet, some shelves, or maybe a basket for toiletries or reading materials.
Putting in higher shelves for things such as spare towels can free up closet space for items that aren’t as nice to look at, and the height keeps them out of the way on a daily basis.
We can help you find a custom solution for odd-shaped spaces where standard cabinets won’t fit. You’ll pay a bit more, but you’ll be able to take advantage of unused space.
What one change would make your bathroom more enjoyable and comfortable?
Don’t hesitate to reach out to us here at Premier Building & Remodeling and let us know your answer. We’d love to talk to you about your Richland area project, hear your ideas, and help you with the process.