KITCHEN REMODELING: WHERE TO SPLURGE, WHERE TO SAVE
10 ways to save money on a kitchen renovation
Ultimately, your kitchen will reflect how you live. Because there are no hard-fast rules on where the budget must be spent in the kitchen, how you spend and save your money will depend on what’s most important to you.
1. Planning a shopping list
To spend time to prepare a checklist which including all the items required to break your bathroom design, big items such as vanity units, toilets, baths; small items such as tap wares, shower screen and other accessories, and not to forget heating and lighting. Bathroom fixtures are available in an array of styles ranging from the sleek and modern to the elegant and traditional to suits all tastes. If you have a small bathroom, opt for compact fittings to maximize space. Wall mounted basins and toilets are ideal for making your bathroom appear more spacious. For those who have plenty of room to play with, why not consider a freestanding bath and a separate walk-in shower for a luxury look?
Don't forget to factor in storage, which is essential for any bathroom small or large. Vanity units offer a stylish and practical storage solution as they combine a sink and drawers or a cupboard underneath where you can keep toiletries hidden away. They come in wall mounted and floor standing designs.