Renovating Your Bathrooms and Kitchen? Explore the Versatility of Tile
Are you in the design phase of remodeling your bathroom or kitchen? Further along? Whether you’re a dedicated do-it-yourselfer or are planning to hire a contractor, chances are that you’ve been looking at a variety of tile.
From ceramic tile countertops for the bathroom, to ornate backsplash tiles for the kitchen, there are quite a few areas where this versatile material can enhance your home’s interiors. Have you considered ceramic tile that looks like wood or stone for your foyer, den, or living room?
You can, for example, create a variety of intriguing designs with shower floor tile and ceramic wall tile. If you would like to go with multi-colored mosaic design or a solid white subway tile, there are so many ways to express your creativity.
Are you remodeling your existing home to revitalize its interiors? Preparing your home for sale? Either way, you may be interested to know more about what’s trending.
Approximately 60% of the participants in a recent Houzz survey stated that they were planning to remodel their master bathrooms. Glass shower enclosures were at the top of the list for 79% of these homeowners. It’s interesting to note that when homeowners add on a bathroom, they can recoup an average of 86.4% of their investment when selling.
Kitchen remodels are the second most common and popular request for remodeling jobs, according to a National Association of Home Builders survey. These jobs comprised 69% of the total requested remodels.
If you’re renovating in order to sell, you will likely appreciate that even a minor kitchen remodel can bring you an average return on your investment of 82.7%.
Given the variety of colors and textures, you just might be thinking about renovating other rooms in your house. In addition to creating fun, colorful patterns along the hallways with ceramic wall tile, you can do the same in children’s playrooms or bedrooms.
Just imagine how your home will look and feel when tile is incorporated throughout! If you’re planning to sell, then this can be a great way to stage it for the open house!