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What Adds Value to a Bathroom?

, What Adds Value to a Bathroom?Are you getting ready to sell your home? If so, you’re likely making upgrades throughout your house so that it looks its absolute best when you list it for sale. The more appealing your home is to potential buyers, the more money you can receive for it. Of all the updates you can make, the bathroom is one of the most important when it comes to a return on investment. Now, don’t take this statement and go full demolition mode; instead, focusing on a handful of smaller projects can ensure you make the most valuable updates. Here are a few examples of what adds the most value to a bathroom.

Follow a Neutral Palette

To appeal to most homebuyers, you’ll want to stick to a neutral color palette. Brighter, more unique colors or intricate patterns may turn off some people and make your bathroom—and therefore home—seem like too much of a project. Basic colors like white, grey, and tan can make the bathroom seem more move-in ready.

Update to Tile Flooring

If the floors of your bathroom need the most attention, you should update them to tile. This is the best type of flooring for a bathroom because it’s moisture-resistant, easy to clean, and available in an array of colors and patterns. And while this step isn’t necessary by any means, you can make your home even more appealing and luxurious by installing heated tile flooring.

Add Bright, Natural Lighting

Lighting makes a drastic difference in any room, especially a bathroom. This space often doesn’t have any windows to provide natural light, which is why it’s crucial to use the right fixtures and bulbs to brighten up the room. If you only currently have one dim lighting fixture hanging over your vanity, you may consider adding overhead lighting throughout the rest of the room, especially over the shower area.

Make More Storage

The bathroom’s aesthetic will certainly draw buyers in, but you need to take it even further to make sure they can picture themselves using it every single day. A truly functional bathroom should have ample storage—if yours is currently lacking in this department, consider installing a spacious vanity under the sink or going vertical with shelving.

Install a Spacious Shower

You can make your bathroom more spacious by swapping out a traditional tub for a walk-in shower. The absence of a tub wall will make the shower blend seamlessly with the bathroom floor. Plus, this favors modern, minimalist designs, so it will immediately be evident to anyone touring your home that the shower is updated and new.

If you think a walk-in shower would add the most value to your bathroom and home, you can turn to the dedicated professionals at MaxHome to have one installed. We’ll work closely with you to design the perfect replacement shower, which can include built-in shelving, grab bars, a bench seat, and more. Then, our experienced and highly trained specialists will expertly install your new shower in the existing space of your old tub or shower.

Discuss the details of a shower remodel by contacting MaxHome today.

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