Looking to overhaul or redesign your bathroom? Our designers can guide you through the process from the cabinets to the countertops and create an appealing aesthetic in between!
Our team of experts will walk you through the overall impression of the space from how one determines the color scheme to deciding on the materials to use. We want you to consider all of your options and to take advantage of our knowledge and experience in designing a bathroom.
Make sure you visit The Kitchen Place showroom to see the materials in person!
To begin planning for a new or remodeled bathroom, you should start by looking at the space and potential, then once you are paired with a designer, talk to them about your thoughts on your new bathroom. Set up your budget and walk through our showroom to get more design ideas! Our team will walk you through the ways you could increase storage and functionality of your new bathroom and make sure you get the most out of your budget.
Our designers work closely with you by coming into your home, measuring, designing, computerizing and restructuring your bathroom in a manner that will allow you to envision your new space before it is done!
The two biggest decisions to make when getting started on a renovation or a remodel of your bath are the cabinets and countertops. Many projects begin with those two elements, building the details around that base. Plus one of the most important elements during your bathroom project is storage! Bathrooms house a variety of products that simply need to fit.
When designing the space of your bathroom, master or guest, order and ease of use should be a main concern. Necessities should be easily accessible through open storage or thoughtful placement. Consider the items you need to store in this space so that your drawers and cabinet choices can be tailored to increase the overall functionality of your bath.
Our selection of cabinet suppliers carry a variety of choices for every budget and need!
While kitchen countertops require a more solid, resilient material for all of the different activities that take place there, your bathrooms may allow for a more fragile material. Consider all of your options for countertop materials and envision each in your space.
Start your decision process with one of the major fixtures in your bathroom – the sink. Once you have decided on the design of your sink, you can begin to incorporate the right material for your countertop to support it. Visit our showroom to see the different material choices in person. Typically, bathroom countertops are significantly smaller than kitchen countertops – meaning, you may be able to get a higher quality or more unique material for your smaller space.