Are you thinking about updating your bathroom, but don’t want to deal with all the mess and upheaval just so it looks better? At Columbus Bath Design, we often perform a one-day refresh for tired bathrooms in the Lewis Center, OH area lending them a more contemporary appearance. But if you are frustrated by more than just outdated tile and a rose porcelain tub, a renovation could help you to love one of the busiest rooms in the house once again.
How many times have you bumped elbows with your spouse while brushing teeth and putting on makeup? Do the kids fight every morning over who is in the way? By replacing the sink with a dual-sink vanity, you take away a stress point from daily ablutions. This simple upgrade should not demand the addition of an extra drain. Many two-in-one vanities tie the drain from both sinks and direct the water down the existing pipe.
A larger vanity also opens up opportunities for added storage for towels, toilet paper, and toiletries. There would no longer be a need to head out to the hall closet for supplies. Changing the vanity will also encourage you to opt for a larger or second mirror. Remember to improve the wall lighting to eradicate those annoying shadows that always slow down your morning shave.
Whether you are getting a little older, have toddlers, or just find it difficult to climb into your tub for a quick wash, a bathroom renovation can replace that traditional tub with a walk-in shower or bath. Many people prefer a quick shower anyway. When your muscles ache, and you are tired at the end of a rough day, a walk-in design eliminates trip hazards and makes it easy for your guests to enjoy a refreshing wash. We can also add grab bars that blend in with your design and no-slip flooring.
A safer bathroom does not have to look like one found in a hospital or rehab facility.
From high school athletes to workers in the trades to joints that suffer from arthritis, a jetted tub or power shower head with massaging pulses helps to ease pain at the end of the day. The best time to install a whirlpool or jetted tub is during a full renovation, as any changes to your plumbing and wiring will be completely hidden as you finish the job with fresh paint. Even if you aren’t recovering from a weekend run, those soothing bubbles make a fantastic addition to a night of self-care.
Does your sink make you mad every day as you have to wiggle the knob to shut off the constant drip? Perhaps one of the switches on the wall makes the lights flicker overhead. Are you always scrubbing around the toilet and cannot get rid of that black ring?
A bathroom renovation is a perfect chance to finally banish all those fixtures that don’t work quite as they should. But it doesn’t mean that you have to take the room back to the studs. Now is the time for your electrician to add a GFCI-protected outlet by the vanity that can prevent shorts and shocks. Any damage they do to the wall will be immediately fixed with a fresh tile or paint job.
If you own an older home, those may still be copper connections under the vanity. Changing old copper pipes out to PVC makes it easier for you or a plumber to repair any future problems with the pipes or the faucets. Also, the cost of replacing pipes will be less when the plumber is also adding connections for a new walk-in shower.
While ceramic tiles will always scrub clean even after decades of use, the grout will lose its water resistance and become a home for mold and mildew. Since you are replacing the fixtures, it is likely that you may need to do repairs or replace the existing floors. Finally, you can banish the stale odors and unsightly stains.
Did you know that toilets are often the last fixture to be replaced in a bathroom renovation? That is because it is near impossible to damage one beyond use and the porcelain will almost never lose its like-new shine. However, an old toilet uses six gallons of water with every flush. In a family of four, the toilet flushes an average of 25 to 40 times a day, using up to 85,000 gallons a year. Modern water-efficient toilets use just 1.6 gallons per flush, lowering your water usage to about 22,000 gallons per year. Whether you are on a well or city water, that can cut your water bill by half.
Modern shower heads and even faucets also offer water-efficient options, further lowering the stress your home puts on the local water supply.
As you can see, a remodel is not just about dressing up an old bathroom with a 21st-century design. It’s about making it work for your lifestyle. If you would like to know more about how a bathroom renovation can improve the quality of your family’s life, give us a call at Columbus Bath Design for a personalized consultation.
Since bathrooms are one of the busiest rooms in the home, they are also the space that gets updated often. However, if you decide to tackle this job on your own, there are many ways that your bathroom design can turn out to be a big flop and a waste of money. At Columbus Bath Design we want you to succeed and offer up these common mistakes, so you end up with a design that looks and functions as expected.
Bathrooms are usually the smallest room in the house. You would think that it would only take a few hundred dollars to dress it up. However, most bathroom renovations need more than a quick coat of paint. Fixtures, plumbing, electrical, flooring, and tile all add up.
Get a complete estimate with a low and high option to create an affordable renovation plan before you start pulling down walls.
Even a tiny powder room off the living room needs some storage. Where will you keep the towels, toilet paper, cleaning supplies, and your toiletries?
Look for vanities with drawers, a mirror with a hidden medicine chest, and shelving over the toilet when searching for fixtures for your project.
The traditional standard for bathroom doors is to have them open into the bathroom. The position of the sink or toilet could result in the door being unable to swing open all the way. Likewise, doors on the bottom of the vanity need space to open without bumping into your knees or the big door.
Work out a total floor design on paper or online before selecting your fixtures. If there is no room for a standard door, consider a pocket or bi-fold door to optimize space.
It can seem optimal to fit the toilet facing the vanity in a small bathroom, but leaving too little space between fixtures can cause serious problems.
Toilets need at least 15 inches from the center of the bowl to walls or other fixtures positioned to its side. At least 24 inches from the center to a wall or fixture in front of the toilet leaves just enough room for you to stand, sit, and turn around. More space is better for a more comfortable visit to the loo.
Most contemporary plumbing codes require that your shower exhaust fan will vent directly outside. Some older homes simply ran the exhaust into the attic. This can encourage the growth of mold in your attic.
Ask your bathroom contractor to include proper exhaust venting in the scope of the project. This may include cutting through your siding, installing a bulkhead, and other trim work not normally included in a quick bathroom renovation.
It looks so easy to purchase a new bathroom sink and vanity at the big box store and just twist a few connectors for a quick installation. However, if you own a home built in the 20th century, you may be faced with unusual pipe sizes, crumbling pipes, or other surprises.
Have a qualified professional inspect your existing plumbing before tackling a DIY project. Even better, avoid an unexpected flood by hiring a plumber to install all your fixtures. Sometimes paying the extra for a pro will save you big in the end.
You may have seen what looked like a hardwood floor in the fancy hotel bathroom, but it likely was a flooring material designed for use in a bathroom. Impulsively choosing hardwood or an inexpensive laminate may end with warped and swollen floorboards after a single year. You will end up paying twice for a floor engineered to last.
Explore all available options including ceramic tiles, stone, vinyl, and engineered products that look like wood. Ask about installation requirements for use in a kitchen or bath. Use a vapor barrier that further protects your investment while delivering the style and long-lasting performance you want.
There is a reason that the basic design of the toilet, tub, and sink has remained the same for more than a century–they work and rarely require repair. While a vessel sink, illuminated waterfall tap, and jetted shower all are appealing, their styling looks may not be as impressive after the fad fades away.
If you are upgrading the shared upstairs bathroom or guest bathroom, you will see a better return on your time and money by choosing more traditional finishes. Splurging on your private master spa will look after your comfort, but expect higher maintenance on those trendy toys.
You just finished a complete redo of your bathroom, and you can’t see to put on your mascara. You skipped adding the wall sconces by the mirror because you didn’t like how they looked. Now you are juggling a hand-held lit mirror and a razor to look your best in the morning.
When creating the lighting design for your bathroom, think about how you use the room. If you spend 20 minutes every day staring at your reflection, adding a ring or strip of LED lights by the mirror will make your life so much easier.
The hardware store was having a clearance sale. You grabbed the clawfoot tub and a box of mosaic tiles before you even thought about a bathroom renovation. Now you don’t have enough of the right color tiles and the tub won’t fit through the door.
Picking out the finishes for the bathroom is probably the most fun part of your project, but you need to wait! Wait until you and your kitchen designer have drawn up a complete set of plans that includes a comprehensive materials list. Now you will make one trip to the store and get the bathroom renovation done on time.
If you value your time and sanity, you can avoid any of these common errors by giving us a ring at Columbus Bath Design in Lewis Center, OH. Our expert sales and installation team members will provide the insight, guidance, and experience needed to make a custom bath renovation fast and flawless. Doing it yourself may sound like fun, but the real reward comes with a bathroom that supports you and your family for years without the drama of bad design choices.
Is taking a shower posing more of a challenge than it should in your old bathroom? A walk-in shower would take the unused tub out of the room and provide a safer way to enjoy a hot shower. What would it take to have one installed? Our team at Columbus Bath Design is available with all the answers.
Since more Americans take a quick shower in the morning instead of a long soak, walk-in showers are trending as a smart upgrade for dated bathrooms. A walk-in shower features a lower or even no step-over transition compared to a tub. It is easier to step into, especially for those with accessibility challenges. The modern appearance brings even a mid-century bathroom up to date. You can also stop scrubbing your tub on your hands and knees. Why wouldn’t you want a walk-in shower?
The average walk-in shower has dimensions comparable to your old tub, about 60 inches long and 30 inches wide. However, you can have a pre-fabbed corner enclosure installed that only takes up 42-inches square. This makes it a great addition to a small basement bathroom or can give back floor space in an old three-piece bathroom. Even smaller versions are designed for the RV and boating industry that could fit into a tinier space. Or if you opt for a wet-room design, there is no need to create a separate shower enclosure for the powder room under the stairs.
However, if you are building the ensuite of your dreams, there is no limit to how big a walk-in shower can be. A custom design that accommodates two may have a 60-inch square footprint with dual rain showerheads, benches, wall jets, sliding doors, and ambient lighting.
A walk-in shower is not just for a luxury home built near the golf course. There are a huge variety of kits and designs available to fit your budget.
Acrylic is one of the most common materials used to build a shower enclosure. The durable design will include a pre-formed pan, hidden leveling legs, trim skirts, and wall panels. Add the shower head and controls of your choosing. The kit may come with a sliding or swing door or the option to use a shower curtain for privacy. If you are simply replacing another shower, it can be installed with minimal demolition and time.
For a more luxurious option, upgrade the look of your walk-in shower with porcelain or compact surface panels that mimic the appearance of natural marble.
The ultimate walk-in shower will be tiled from floor to ceiling and feature no pre-formed pan. Instead, the floor of the bathroom is sloped to drain properly. You could even roll a wheelchair or walker into it without needing to step over even a minor transition strip. There may be a glass door fixed to the walls or an open wet-room concept.
Were you always buying extra shelves that used suction cups to keep your shampoo, soaps, and loofahs under control? If you are planning on upgrading to a walk-in shower, grab the opportunity to customize the walls to your personal needs.
The acrylic enclosures often give you the choice of add grab bars, matching soap dishes, and storage cubbies. The accessories are formed at the same time as the walls, so there is no seam that will leak as the shower ages.
For a shower finished in tile or stone, the cubbies may be cut into the supporting blue board. Special attention is given to waterproofing the shelves so that every inch of the shower can last for decades. Your grab bars may be drilled into the tile or surface mounted with special adhesive.
Did your old shower have a fixed shower head at an awkward height? Your walk-in shower can have a hand-held and fixed head. Raise the fixed portion, so you don’t have to duck to get under the water. Place the mixing valve at a height just right for an aging parent or a young teen. This is your opportunity to create a perfect shower experience for you!
If it is only your old tub causing frustration in your bathroom, you can switch it up to a walk-in shower with minimal upheaval and mess. Since many walk-in shower designs are engineered as replacement fixtures, you will only need to demolish the old tub. In some cases the wall tiles can stay in place as the new panels are mounted to strips attached to the existing walls. In many instances, you won’t need to move the drain or even the supply pipes. When the renovation is done, you won’t see any sign of the old unused tub.
A walk-in shower indicates that there is only a very low lip or no lip where you enter the shower. You may need to step up an inch or two to get over the door frame. A standard shower may have a shallow pan at the bottom that creates a step that is four to six inches high.
Walk-in showers will not be able to hold enough water in the bottom to wash the dog or clothing by hand. If the drain clogs on a standard shower, the shallow pan can hold a few gallons of water before it starts to wash over the edge.
If you are searching for a shower that is suitable for wheelchairs or walkers, ask about roll-in designs.
Our team at Columbus Bath Design is eager to talk to you regarding your dream bathroom design, including a walk-in shower. We have the design experience and products available to turn your bathroom into a personal oasis. Contact us today to schedule your first appointment to explore all the possibilities.
Your bathroom is your sanctuary, so you should feel comfortable styling it to meet your personal preferences. Even though neutral tones are usually the go-to choice when it comes to the bathrooms, there are ways you can add color as well.
If you work with the team from Columbus Bath Design, you will have access to a wide variety of color and design options. View our gallery for examples of our work. If you are interested in adding more color to your bathroom, what are a few tips you may want to follow? Take a look at the list below, and reach out to our professionals who can help you!
One way you can add more color to your bathroom is to include an accent wall. An accent wall is a small area of your bathroom where you include a few splashes of color here and there. If you don’t want to add an entire wall of color to your bathroom, try picking one of your walls to be a showpiece. Ideally, you should pick one that is directly across from the door.
Then, think about the colors you want to include. Even though the majority of the wall is still going to be a neutral color, you can include blue, green, purple, or red. You might even want to include several items placed against the accent wall that match the color before use! This is a great way for you to add more color to your bathroom!
Next, you may want to use the vanity to introduce a splash of color to the bathroom. The vanity is going to be the centerpiece of your bathroom. Therefore, this is a great opportunity for you to introduce some more color to your space.
There are several ways you can use the vanity to add more color to your bathroom. For example, you may want to use colorful base cabinets for larger vanities. This can also add some extra cabinet space for your bathroom. If your bathroom is a bit smaller, then you may want to use color countertops that can add a bit of color without overwhelming the entire space.
Because there are many options for vanities, you should work with professionals who have connections in the industry. That way, you can figure out exactly how you can use your vanity to add a bit more color to your bathroom.
If you don’t want to completely change the color scheme in your bathroom, then you may want to target your fabrics. For example, you may want to use colorful towels to introduce color to your bathroom. This could include bath towels or hand towels.
You might also have a runner or an area rug in your bathroom. This is another way for you to introduce more color to your space. You may want to pair this with a few extra items placed on top of the vanity. This is a way for you to balance the color scheme in your bathroom, breathing a bit more life into a space that is usually dominated by neutral tones.
One option that is commonly overlooked when adding color to the bathroom is wall art. There is probably a lot of open space in the bathroom, particularly if you have walls that have neutral tones. This is a great opportunity for you to introduce some color to your bathroom by selecting wall art.
If you place your wall art in a strategic location, this is a great way for you to add a pop of color. Make sure you consider the moisture of the bathroom though before you hang anything up. You need to select something that is water-resistant, or you will need to add a frame for some added protection. Otherwise, your wall art is going to get damaged.
If you want to add color to your bathroom, then you should ask nature for some help. For example, you may want to bring in a few fresh houseplants to the bathroom. This is a great way for you to keep the bathroom smelling fresh while also adding a bit more green to the room.
Your bathroom is going to be one of the most commonly trafficked areas at the house. Therefore, you need to take steps to reduce indoor air pollution by adding some houseplants. They can remove moisture and bacteria from your bathroom while also increasing oxygen levels. This is important for keeping your bathroom as clean as possible.
Keep in mind that your bathroom is going to be very humid. Therefore, you have to find houseplants that are able to stand up to these conditions. If you have questions about the types of houseplants you should use in your bathroom, you may want to reach out to a plant professional who can help you.
Ultimately, there are plenty of ways you can add more color to your bathroom. If you want to get the most out of your bathroom redesign, then you should work with the professional team from Columbus Bath Design.
We have a tremendous amount of experience working with bathrooms of all shapes and sizes. Our team would be happy to use our connections, our knowledge, and our equipment to help you. We stay on top of the latest trends so that we can make strong recommendations for what you should do with your bathroom.
Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you! It would be our honor to assist you with your upcoming bathroom project.
The effects of remodeling your bathroom go far beyond simply making it look more appealing.
Research from the National Association of Realtors confirms that more than 75 percent of homeowners who remodel their bathrooms want to be in their homes more. More than 65 percent say they actually have more fun after a bathroom remodeling project.
But, wait…there’s more!
The data also shows that, if done properly, at least 50 percent of your investment is recouped with the increase in your home’s value.
One of the beauties of deciding on a bathroom remodeling project is that it can be as little or expansive as you wish. You can gut the entire room and start again, or merely add a few updated features.
Here are some of the most popular bathroom remodeling projects that pack the most punch.
Here at Columbus Bath Design, we recommend using tile, vinyl or wood. Another good contemporary option is to include a radiant-heat mat beneath the flooring for a more comfortable feeling year-round.
This is where the decision to hire Columbus Bath Design really pays off. In most cases, we’re able to have your bathroom remodeling project completed in just one day. If the project is extensive, the workload may spill over into a second day, but that’s not the norm.
Here’s how we like to work:
Keep in mind that at any point in the project you can make adjustments. We’re prepared for this and can usually make changes on the fly.
The first step is to have a clear understanding of what you want in your newly designed bathroom. For inspirational ideas, check out our online video gallery. There, you’ll find a host of short videos that guide you on the starting process.
We’d love to tell you about how you can get $250 of your bathroom remodeling project!
Whether you call it a lavatory, washroom, the office or the loo, the odds are good your day begins and ends in the bathroom. Because you spend so much time in that one room, remodeling it to suit your tastes and comfort makes perfect sense.
Here at Columbus Bath Design, we do one thing: bathroom remodeling…and we do it very well. We have the expertise, training and materials to transform your bathroom wishes into reality.
The short process of getting the bathroom you want begins with our completely free, no-obligation estimate.
In this post, we’ll give insight on what you can expect during our free in-home estimates, our overall bathroom remodeling process, and the compelling reasons for why a bathroom renovation is a smart investment.
Many of our customers get inspirational ideas by visiting our showroom at 8596 Cotter Street in Lewis Center on the North Side of Columbus.
If you already have an idea of what you want, call us at 614-721-3883.
During our conversation, we’ll listen and talk about your bathroom remodeling needs. Because we value transparency, our feedback and advice will be completely honest.
Once everyone is on the same page with the goal, we’ll then schedule an in-home visit so that our installers can size-up the project in person. We pride ourselves on being as non-intrusive as possible.
During this stage, our designers will also work with you to hone your selection of fixtures, including:
Keep in mind that our estimates are completely itemized for your convenience, so you can adjust the plan on the fly.
We’ll be happy to take your reservation via phone 614-721-3883, email or online.
Because we know you’re busy, we welcome appointments throughout the week and during the evenings.
We’ve been remodeling bathrooms for more than 20 years, and we have everything down to a streamlined process. Once your in-home estimate is completed, we’re usually ready to get to work.
Finalization of plans: We’re accustomed to last-minute changes, so if you have any final touches before the project begins in earnest, our flexibility makes it easy for them to be added.
Scheduling of the installation: Once all the materials and plans are locked down, we’ll schedule a specific time and day for the actual installation that suits your timetable. Remember, we do not hire subcontractors. Instead, Columbus Bath Design team members carry out all of the work.
Before the actual installation, our designers and installers will huddle to discuss any unique challenges and solutions on your project. This step enables us to hit the ground running once our installers arrive at your home.
Day of installation: Two installers will arrive on-site and stay until the job is complete. While most of our bathroom remodeling projects take only one day, some take two days to complete. During the consultation stage, we’ll give you our best estimate on how long the project should take. If it does take longer than one day, the same two installers who worked on your project the first day will return on the second.
Whether you merely need a new vanity, new tiling or a complete bathroom makeover, the decision to invest in the remodeling of your bathroom is a wise one.
You increase your home’s value: Throughout its life, your home will experience wear and tear. Because of the moisture created by hot water, it’s likely your bathroom will appear older than the rest of the house. Improving the condition of your bathroom is a proven way to boost the overall value of your home.
You save money with new, energy-efficient upgrades: Did you know that nearly half of all daily water use for the average home comes from toilet and shower use? New showerheads, toilets and other fixtures are designed to save you money in water and energy costs.
Any plumbing issues are addressed: Plumbing problems in the bathroom can easily lead to more intrusive – and expensive – repairs on down the road. During your bathroom renovation, any plumbing issues will be taken care of during the installation.
A cozy getaway is created: We all need a place to “get away from it all.” By remodeling your bathroom, an easily accessible and relaxing escape is always within your reach.
Mold issues are eliminated: The environment created by a steady flow of water creates the perfect breeding ground for mold. With new tile and grout, your mold issues are removed.
We understand that a remodeling project in your home can be an intimidating thought. Using our more than two decades of professional experience, our bathroom remodeling projects are smooth, affordable and usually completed in just one day.
Since everyone has their own style, our designers will work with you to find the perfect bathroom solution that fits your flair and budget.
To get the ball rolling on your bathroom remodeling project, call us at 614-721-3883, or get in touch via email or through our online contact page.
A bathroom remodel is sure to be a delight for you and your family once the revamp is complete. Guests who visit your home will enjoy the upgrade too, as there’s nothing like a fresh new look to make the time in there a bit better. After all, we do spend a significant portion of our waking hours in the bathroom, so fixing it up is always appreciated.
Not only will a bathroom remodel or upgrade make the room more livable for you and yours, but it will add value to your home in the event you choose to put it on the market sometime in the future. This may not be top of mind at the moment, but it is a consideration to be aware of, no matter your selling plans at the present time. As one of the most used rooms in the home, a clean, crisp, well-coordinated, and upkept bathroom makes an immediate impression, proving that your home is well taken care of and maintained to the max.
Size is not an issue when it comes to making an impact. Even the smallest bathrooms have plenty of potential, so don’t dismiss an upgrade when there is a lot that can be accomplished. For instance, if you currently have a tub, consider converting it into a more streamlined shower. This will add more space and make the bathroom look modern. You can add attractive mirrors to create an illusion of a larger room, as well as lighting techniques that will add a degree of dimension. Less clutter on the countertop, a sleek vanity space, and even the color of the tiles will change everything. Small does not mean you’re stuck. We will reinvent your bathroom room so the area appears more spacious.
Depending on your budget, redo options are all over the board. We will work with you to get the most bang for your buck, be it in just one of your bathrooms or all of them. First and foremost, function is top priority. Let’s be sure your faucets aren’t dripping or leaking, cracks and crumbles are dealt with, and there’s nothing falling apart or especially unsightly. It is always smart to focus on the bathroom(s) that buyers care about the most – perhaps the one in the master bedroom or one in your main foyer that gets lots of foot traffic. It all depends on the layout of your home and the current status of your space. If all you require is a few touch-ups, consider giving each bathroom an upgrade to some degree. Little changes go a long way, be it adding a double sink for that “fancy” factor, or removing your clunky vanity for something slimmer and more stylish. Glass shower doors look far more flattering than ratty old plastic shower curtains, and nice shiny new faucets add a touch of flair.
Tiles can last a long time if they are made from high-quality materials and have been installed properly. They may do the trick for the time being, but as for reselling, you may want to swap them out. An old-fashioned look – no matter how well the tiles may have tolerated time – may make people think your bathroom isn’t up to par. We’ve got tons of tiles to choose from, in a wide range of colors, shapes, and sizes, and at a variety of price points. Peruse our sizeable showroom for samples, and see the drastic difference new tiles can make. They are durable and easy to clean, so the upgrade will last you just as long as the ones you’ve got now…if not longer. If your bathroom is not currently tiled, consider making a swap to this style. The luxurious look of tile adds pizazz and provides a nice selling point when buyers are looking at your bathroom.
A bathroom remodel of any size is a smart move for your money. Whether your budget is small, large, or somewhere in the middle, our friendly and focused team is trained to take your bathroom to the next level. No matter your taste, we will together work out a style that speaks to you. And when you one day sell your home, you will get what you deserve, thanks, in part, to a Columbus Bath Design upgrade. Give us a call when you’re ready to remodel at (614) 907-4558 for an estimate, or stop into our vast showroom to see some of the set-ups we’ve designed. Let’s plan a redo start date. We can’t wait to deliver your dream bathroom!
2020 is upon us, with so much to look forward to. There is plenty of potential to make changes that have an impact on your everyday life, and home is where it all begins. Why not reward yourself for making it through 2019 with a new bathroom remodel? We do spend a significant amount of time in there, after all. Whether you are looking for a simple step-up or something far more significant, Columbus Bath Design is ready to make your new bathroom perfect for your plans. We are always excited for our customers who are seeking an upgrade that is sure to make their home more heavenly. As the clock counts down towards a brand New Year, let’s work together to transform your bathroom into something so much better.
There’s no time like the present, and when a New Year approaches, it helps us assess our options and goals for a greater tomorrow. New Year’s resolutions are top of mind this time of year, and many people aim to improve their daily routine. With a free estimate there is nothing to lose, so get in touch with a professional at Columbus Bath Design and realize your home’s potential. Your daily life will benefit from the beauty you’ll enjoy once your new bathroom is complete. Kick off 2020 with a redo you certainly won’t regret.
At Columbus Bath Design, no project is too small to see a real change. On the flip side, we can accommodate your needs to go grand (see the next point below). It is all about your space, budget, and ultimate remodeling goals. A shiny new vanity is a nice addition, spicing up the main focal point of your bathroom. Mirrors and lighting may not seem like much, but they have a wonderful way of reworking the area for added allure and appeal. If your old bathroom sink isn’t up to your standards, let us replace it with something more modern. When you talk to one of our experts, we will go over your options and agree on some not-so-serious, but oh-so-splendid design upgrades.
If you visit our showroom in Lewis Center, you will get an up-close look at how much we can do to any size bathroom. Imagine walking into yours and seeing something basically brand new. From smooth, sparkling tiles to a brand new tub or shower, we can do it all, and you will be impressed with how the change will truly transform your space. Check out the impressive wall systems and shower units, our vast array of elegant tiles in as many shapes, sizes, and colors as you could ever hope for, and note how all of the materials we use are high-end and long-lasting. And with the value you will get by working with us, every penny you put into your remodeling job is money well-spent. Remember, a well-maintained bathroom adds significant value to your home, so if you choose to put your home on the market when you are done enjoying it, the fabulous fix-ups will be a smart and savvy selling point that will benefit you in the long run.
Our remodeling process is pain-free! We want to get you going so you can see the bathroom you desire sooner rather than later. After all, it is your New Year’s wish to have a bathroom that is more beautiful than ever. Give us a call at (614) 721-3872, or stop into our spacious showroom. You will speak to one of our creative design experts who will help you narrow down your options until you’re set on a style that suits you. We will offer you an honest cost estimate, as well as how long the bathroom redo will take. Once we finalize the design, we’ll get started. Pick a date and the bathroom of your dreams is underway. If you require assistance with payment, the GreenSky Loan Program is a helpful way to work things out. Contact us for more information.
2020 is your year to make changes that reflect your sense of renewal. A bathroom redo is not only eye-catching, but a functional upgrade you can rely on. If remodeling your bathroom has been on your mind for some time, make the New Year your opportunity to begin the transformation. Columbus Bath Design is committed to our customers, and we go the extra mile to make bathrooms beautiful. Quick, affordable, and worry-free, we’ll work our magic to make you smile. You may never want to leave your bathroom! Give us a call to get started today at (614) 907-4558.
Forget about making lists and loading up your sleigh with things they don’t really need (or want!). Christmas is just around the corner, so why not up your game this year and give your family something they really want… a gorgeous new luxury bath with all the bells and whistles!
This may be your best idea, ever — a brand new family bathroom (or two!) fully loaded with the niceties and necessities that check all the boxes on your wishlist. Now’s the time to do things up right… enlarge the shower, update the tile, change out the vanity, and/or add much-needed storage and style.
Think about the last time you were in a luxury bath. What did you enjoy most there? How did it make you feel? Then look through magazines and online sites like Houzz and Pinterest for the look you love and the features you long for. Be sure to consider who’ll be using the space – spouse, kids, in-laws, guests — and what might jingle their bells, as well. There’s nothing like a tricked-out bathroom to encourage family unity, comfort and joy! Here’s some food for thought just to get the ball rolling:
Now’s the time to add the custom touches that will make your life easier, more organized or more fun. Have a problem you need to solve? We can help you with that, too. We can take out a dated garden tub and replace it with a new custom shower, or convert a shower space to a tub… it’s easy when you know-how.
Go ahead, make a list…. check it twice. Your family gift bath starts in our showroom, our one-stop spot for all the customized choices that will make your new luxury bathroom unlike anyone else’s.
And what a showroom it is! Look, design, dream, explore – this is where it all comes together to bring your dream room to vibrant life. Here, you’ll see beautifully designed vignettes with showers, tubs, tile treatments and storage options. You’ll also be able to compare vanity styles, countertops, tilework, flooring samples and paint colors, right there on the spot, and get a good idea of how things might look when your room comes together.
Creating a custom bath is a big step. That’s why our showroom consultant will walk you through the process and help you think through all the details – from function and design to bath décor selections, to lighting and accessories – all the things you may not have thought about, but are key components in the creation of your new custom bath.
With virtually hundreds of choices, you’ll want a partner you can trust to help you make all the right decisions. One who has seen (and done!) it all when it comes to creating a luxury custom bath that expresses who you are and how you live.
Christmas is coming fast, so talk with us now! Your Columbus Bath Design specialist will be with you every step of the way to help you identify all the niceties and necessities so your dream bath has all of things you want … and none of the things you don’t.
That’s it. That’s all. Let’s get the snowball rolling.
Give us a jingle right now to set up your appointment!
Everybody deserves their own little slice of heaven. For many people, there’s nothing quite like having a beautifully revamped dream bathroom where they can relax, unwind, and leave their worries behind. If you’re interested in updating or totally remodeling your bathroom, then you’ve come to the right place. Whether your style is modern and chic or comfortable and cozy—Columbus Bath Design can help you design the bathroom you’ve always wanted.
There are a few key areas you should focus on if you’re interested in a bathroom update or remodel. We understand the process can feel complex. That’s why we’re here to help you every step of the way. Let’s kick this off by starting with some of the key considerations you should keep in mind as you move throughout the design process.
First, consider what your dream bathroom looks like to you. This part of the process requires a little creativity. You’ll want to start by considering the ambiance you would like to create. Perhaps you want a spa-like feel, or you prefer something simpler that is more geared toward functionality. Even if you aren’t sure of the proper design terms, you can start by looking at pictures and discussing what you like or don’t like about each design aspect. As you make these decisions, you’ll quickly realize that you have a design concept that you prefer.
Starting a bathroom remodel can feel overwhelming. After all, there are so many choices! However, it’s best to start with the basics. You can narrow in on your design by simply beginning with the color scheme. While the color of the space may feel like a fundamental decision (and it is!), it can go a long way in helping you narrow down which fixtures and décor will enhance the space. Perhaps you prefer something bright and welcoming, or maybe you like something calm and tranquil—that one decision about color will get you on the path toward designing your perfect bathroom!
While it’s certainly essential to understand that trends come and go, you also want to be aware of the hottest designs in the market. Right now, we see a lot of combinational bathrooms with soaker tubs and walk-in showers. People want the best of both worlds, so often, if there is enough space for both, then that is what we do!
There are primarily two broad design choices that people lean towards: minimal or functional. Of course, there is a lot of room for customization in each category. Minimal designs focus more on keeping the space open and modern. Functional designs tend to be more focused on how space can be easily used and comfortable.
Products and accessories can go a long way towards bringing a design scheme to life. The fun part of the design process is when we bring together tile choice, lighting fixtures, faucets, and all the other finer details. The best part about it? You can take things you like from different designs and bring them together in a way that makes sense for you and your space.
The critical thing to remember is that this space should be designed for the people who live in it. While trends can certainly be a great point of inspiration, the process is all about personalizing the space so that you feel the most comfortable in it.
The hottest trend in any kind of design project these days is just how much it focuses on the personality of the customer. Your preferences should be apparent through every step of the process. While we can help you hone in on colors and products that will make the most of the space, your style should be at the forefront of the design. We will help you get there!
No matter the design you choose, make sure that functionality is part of it. You’ll want to be sure that your space has plenty of usable storage and that the flow of the room makes sense. Using different types of baskets, totes, or bins can really bring the space together.
Everything from tub size to faucet design can play a critical role in how you use your bathroom. Giving some thought to the finer details can go a long way in ensuring that the space is the most comfortable and useful space possible.
Are you interested in kickstarting your dream bathroom design? Columbus Bath Design can help! We offer a simple five-step process that is as easy as: contact us, explore designs, get an estimate, finalize your design, and schedule installation! The best part? Our remodel process can be completed in a single day. Contact us today at (614) 907-4558 to get started on customizing your dream bathroom!