Complete Luxury Bathroom Renovations- How Much Do They Cost?


Bathroom Renovation Design Process

The design process might differ for everyone, depending on the contractor you decide to hire for the project. However, there is a general outline for how this process rolls out. First, you need to have an idea of what you want, once you have that, you can share this information with the contractor and the design process can begin. Once the design has been drawn out, you will agree on the necessary terms to complete the project. Shortly following, demolition will begin, and then the new construction can start. In its most basic concept, that is the workflow. 

How Much Time and Work is Involved in The Project?

This is dependent on the size of the project and whether or not it is a partial remodel or full remodel. Simple remodels can be completed in a few days, while others can take weeks and even months to complete. 

Complete Luxury Bathroom Renovations- How much do they cost?

Luxury is often assumed to be expensive, however both are subjective terms and will mean different things to each person. There are ways to renovate a bathroom on a budget, however the higher the budget the better quality finishes and accessories that you can add. 

What Makes a Luxury Bathroom?

Luxury comes in the feeling that something creates, it is a sense of luxury with soft towels and warm lighting, functionality, and comfort. A renovation of any bathroom can make it into a luxury bathroom by paying attention to the fittings and the finishes, adding functionality and comfort to the area. If you are the DIY type, you might want to jump in now and get started, however, if you don’t have that handyman skillset, you are going to want to hire a luxury bathroom renovation company to design the room, gut it out, and remodel it the dream space you envisioned. 

Marble and granite are well known for high end countertops in both kitchens and bathrooms, for their low maintenance and longevity. They are also available in flooring tiles and even wall tiles for the shower space or around the tub. While they will cost more than other surfaces, they will last for several years and show minimal wear. Alternatively, bamboo is being used in many renovations, it is slightly less than the stone but durable and environmentally friendly. Adding an in floor heating system may require certain flooring, but it will create a comfortable environment.

Adding lighting that has a purpose will create a sense of being pampered and cared for, adding to the feel of the space overall. Changing the lighting can be an affordable way to improve any space, and will add value to the room and the home

When the large details are completed adding soft, fluffy towels will improve the comfort in the space. Soft bathmats and heated towel racks add to the comfortability and will be welcome touches to your bathroom. The more comfortable your space becomes, the more luxurious it will feel to both you and guests. 

Renovating Your Bathroom

Bathroom renovations can be both financially and physically difficult, but preparing ahead can make a big difference. Begin with making a plan for how you want your bathroom to look and feel, then determine where you can stay if needed, for the extent of the renovation. Next determine your budget for both time and money, as they are each important in any renovation. 
A partial renovation that involves an update of fixtures and flooring, that do not require a demolition of the existing bathroom or removal of walls. These can be done for a lower cost, $5,000-$10,000 in most cases, while a full bathroom renovation with wall moving and more may be further up in the tens of thousands. A full renovation may be up to $50,000 or more if the space is being enlarged and plumbing and electrical are moved. You can control the cost of the renovation by selecting materials that are affordable, and being open to new ideas on how to make it the best space for your needs. Items that are most easily controlled are accents, countertops, and lighting. Items such as build costs, electrical, and plumbing are less controllable due to many possible unforeseen difficulties along the way.