More than one in five New York City homeowners who are planning a home improvement project choose to upgrade the bathroom. Bathroom renovations are consistently ranked among the most satisfying home upgrades. This makes a lot of sense, because the bathroom is one of the most frequently used rooms in the house. The experience you have while you are in this space matters.
Successful NYC bathroom design hinges on your ability to make the most out of a small space. While nationally, bathrooms average between 40-60 square feet, in Manhattan that average is much closer to 25-30 with the exception of the most luxurious homes. When working in confined spaces, aesthetically it makes sense to keep the look clean and simple. That’s part of the reason two of the most popular bathroom design trends continue to be influenced by the Scandinavians and their love of modern design.
The hallmarks of Scandinavian bathroom design include the use of natural materials, including poured concrete and finished woods, lots of marble and glass, and plumbing fixtures and a minimum of hardware in stainless steel. Luxury comes in the form of indulgent high tech shower units, towel warmers, and thick lush towels & bath linens, generally quite colorful. The goal – to create a practical room that serves as a sanctuary, with carefully chosen reminders of joy.
How Your Plumber Helps Make Your Bathroom Upgrade Better
As a New York City plumber, our role is to help our clients achieve their dream bathroom design through the installation of toilets, sinks, showers, standing tubs, and other plumbing fixtures. We’re also there to be a resource and guide through the design process, especially if the renovation will require moving pipes. We are known to be fast, responsive and professional so your renovation project can be completed in a timely fashion. We’re excellent communicators, especially when it comes to issues like found conditions and keeping a project on budget. To learn more about how we can help you with your NYC bathroom renovation project, please get in touch.