Repurposing the Multipurpose Room
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Repurposing the Multipurpose Room

For the last 10 years, the third bedroom in my home has been serving dual purposes. I’ve been utilizing it as a home office. My husband uses it as a home gym. However, before long, this multipurpose room will need to be repurposed into a nursery. Because I can’t allow my future baby to sleep on a treadmill, my husband and I need the assistance of a remodeling contractor. This type of professional can improve this chaotic space and help turn it back into its intended purpose, a bedroom. If you need to remake one of the rooms in your home, consider hiring a remodeling contractor to complete the work for you. On this blog, you will learn the ways a remodeling contractor can transform a multipurpose room into the space you need.

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3 Amazing Remodeling Tips For Small Bathrooms

Joel Nguyen

Do you want to remodel your tiny bathroom, but you're not sure if you can do anything special with such limited space? Good news – with a good general contractor and a few good ideas, you can make big changes even in a very small bathroom. Take a look at some tips that will help give your bathroom the illusion of space and some much needed luxury.

Let in the Light

No matter how large or small a space is, it will appear smaller and more cramped if it's dark and shadowy. Artificial lights sometimes make this problem worse instead of better – they draw attention to the shadows instead of providing the kind of light that enhances the perception of space. Bringing in more natural light is a good way to make your small space feel bigger.

Don't worry if you don't have the room to add more windows, or if you'd rather not add them for privacy reasons. A skylight is a great way to add more natural light to a small bathroom. If the position of your bathroom doesn't allow for a traditional skylight, you can still have a solar tube installed. These tubular skylights are essentially tunnels that allow light to travel to wherever you need it.

Step up the Storage Space

A cluttered bathroom feels like a small bathroom, no matter what the actual square footage happens to be. If your bathroom is unusually small, you may not have room for tricks like large decorative baskets that sit on the floor. You need places for towels, toiletries, and rolls of toilet paper that won't require you to step around them every time you want to wash your hands.

Ask your contractor about adding shelves to a bare wall, or floating shelves positioned above the toilet. The space under the sink can be useful as well. Eschew pedestal sinks in favor of sinks installed above cabinets or cubbyholes. You'll use the same amount of space, but you'll get more use out of it and you'll have less clutter.

Boycott the Bathtub

If you're up for a bold move, consider taking the bathtub out of your bathroom entirely, and replacing it with a standalone shower. The bathtub is one of the biggest space hogs in any bathroom, and getting rid of it can open up space that you never would have thought possible in your tiny bathroom.

Don't worry that you'll be sacrificing comfort in an effort to save space. Add a bench in your standing shower and a few massaging jets on the wall, and your shower will be just as luxurious as your bath ever was. And with more room to move around in your bathroom, it will feel less like a confined space and more like a small spa.

Don't let yourself be restricted by a lack of square footage. Talk to a general contractor in your area, like BretMend Inc, to talk about how to use big ideas when remodeling a small space. 


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