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Master Bath Sketch 1

If you are planning home remodel, don’t forgetno matter the scale and size of your project, it is usually sensible to break up your home redesign into small, individual tasks for each and every room. Take your master bathroom as an illustration; whether you are looking to create a setting of personal indulgence OR a practical, cost efficient improvement, here are some ways to help to improve your returns.

Start with a Quick Sketch of your Scottsdale Home Remodel

Generating a dimensioned floor plan drawing of your home remodel is always a good option, but also ask your Architect to draw a quick hand sketch that may help you visualize how each of the little details of your residential remodel fit together. 3-dimensional sketch of your home renovation can help you visualize your design ideas. It will also help your contractor whip up an early cost estimate to verify your budget goals.

Add Storage and Get Organized in your Home Remodel in Scottsdale

 

Master-Bathroom-Sketch 2

– Get very creative when organizing all your hygiene products. The sketch on the left illustrates a built-in niche in the top of the cabinet centered between two vanity sinks. This is a replacement for a medicine cabinet and may allow easy accessibility to your products and quick, easy clean up.
– Add bathroom cabinets, drawers, shelves
and even carts to keep necessary items.
– There should be at least one place to hang your towels and bathrobe that’s not more than 12 inches from the shower.

Add Architectural Elements to your Home Remodel

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Master Bath Sketch 3

You may stay slightly warmer while showering if you consider reducing your 12′-0″ bathroom ceiling.  A few things to re view with your architect include:
Adding some architectural elements like arches, soffits and columns similar to those shown in your sketch on the left.
– Large soaking tubs, once
popular, have fallen from popularity. Instead, people are choosing custom showers, including overhead shower heads, hand-held shower heads, safety grab bars, body sprays and steam showers.
– If space
is a concern inside of your master bath, think about a residential remodel that can expand it in almost any direction possible. Extra sq footage will open up your cramped bathroom and improve the possibilities.
– Try
enhancing the daylight into your master bathroom making use of sun-tube or skylight.

Don’t forget, after you perform a high end house renovation for your bathroom, it is possible to make back approximately 57.2% in the remodel cost if you resell, based on the 2010 – 2011 Cost vs. Value Report.

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Architect Phoenix Designer
 
Doug Rusk, Architect
DesignLine Architects, LLC
Gilbert, Arizona
www.designlinearchitects.com

 

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Master Bathroom Home Remodel in Phoenix

Home-Remodel-Architect-PhoenixIf you’re planning a large home remodel, remember no matter the scale and size of your project, it’s always wise to break up your overall home remodel into small, individual tasks for each room.  Take your master bathroom for instance;  whether you’re looking to create an atmosphere of personal indulgence OR a practical, cost efficient update, here are a few things to help improve your results.

Start with a Quick Sketch of your Phoenix Home Remodel

Creating a dimensioned floor plan drawing of your home remodel is always a good idea, but also ask your Architect to draw a quick hand sketch to help you visualize how all the little details of your home renovation fit together.  A quick sketch will really give you a 3-dimensional view of your home remodel ideas.   It will also help your contractor put together an early cost estimate to confirm your budget goals.

Add Storage and Get Organized in your Home Remodel in Phoenix

Home-Remodel-Architect-Scottsdale– Get creative when organizing all your hygiene products.  The sketch  on the left illustrates a built-in niche in the top of the cabinet centered between two vanity sinks.  This is an alternative to a medicine cabinet and will allow easy access to your products and quick, easy clean up.
– Add bathroom cabinets, drawers, pull-out shelves or even carts to store necessary items.
– Consider installing towel racks that also function as grab bars . If it’s designed well, a fully accessible bathroom will end up looking like a gorgeous, light-filled home that will keep you safe for years.

 

Add Architectural Elements to your Home Remodel

You might stay a little warmer while showering if you consider lowering your 12′-0″ bathroom ceiling.  Some things to discuss with your architect include:

 

Home-Remodel-Architect-Scottsdale

– Add some architectural elements like arches, soffits and columns similar to those shown in the sketch on the left.
– Large soaking tubs, once all the rage, have fallen out of popularity. Instead, people are choosing custom showers including overhead shower heads, hand-held shower heads, safety grab bars, body sprays and steam showers.
– If space is an issue in your master bath, consider a Phoenix home remodel that will expand it in any direction possible. Extra square footage will open up your cramped bathroom and increase the possibilities.
– Try increasing the natural light into your master bathroom with a sun-tube or skylight.

And remember, when you perform an upscale home remodel in Phoenix to your bathroom, you will recoup approximately 57.2% of the remodel cost when you resell, according to the 2010 – 2011 Cost vs. Value Report.

About the Author

Architect Phoenix DesignerDoug Rusk, Architect
DesignLine Architects, LLC
Gilbert, Arizona
www.designlinearchitects.com

 

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