Big Bank for your Buck: Add a Closet Upgrade to your Bathroom Design

A bathroom renovation is a big decision.  You are not only committing to the expense but also the temporary inconvenience of inviting designers, project managers, and workmen into your home.  The end result is worth it.  You are left with an upgraded space that breathes new life into your home, and enhances the value of your home and your lifestyle.  Working with a reputable bathroom design firm with proven project management expertise and access to products and craftsmen, helps to ensure your project is stress free and achieves the desired result.

While you are undergoing this temporary upheaval in your home life, why not get the biggest bang for your buck?  One way to do this is to add a closet upgrade to your bath or master suite remodeling project.  Here are five reasons why this is a bright idea:

1.       You are already in the remodeling zone

You have already hired a design firm, you are thinking about product selection and room layouts, and you are making plans to open up your home to complete the work.  It is so much easier to undergo this additional work when you are already in the middle of completing a bathroom remodeling project.  The closet you need to upgrade will quite possibly be in close proximity to the master bathroom, limiting the required access and mess to be cleaned up when the project is finished.

2.       Get exactly what you want

Sure you could hang a shelf or add a few new pull out storage baskets, but why make this small change when you could instead get the space you want.  A home remodeling firm has the knowledge and expertise to advise you on the best use of your space and layout to get the ideal closet.  They also have access to products including storage accessories and cabinetry, like this dark wood closet.

3.       One time mess, one time clean up

Any renovation project brings with it a certain amount of dust and mess.  Your remodeling firm will manage this for you, but it is much easier to manage the mess if you combine the work into one project.  Get the closet upgrade done at the same time as the bathroom remodeling project, and limit the amount of time you have a mess in the house.

4.       Value for money

Imagine the benefit that a custom built, well-organized closet can bring to your day to day life.  With a closet upgrade you will always have a suitable place for your clothes and accessories.  If you have the space, you may even include specialized storage for shoes, handbags, jewelry, belts, scarves, and more.  Most closet upgrades cost between $1,500 and $3,500, but the value added to your daily life is worth much more than this.

5.       Organization is priceless

Whether you are remodeling your kitchen, bath, home office, or just about any other space the value gained by including specialized organization far outshines the price tag.  Spending a little bit extra to include purpose built storage accessories allows you to streamline your living space and reduce clutter.

If you are embarking on a master bathroom or master suite renovation, consider the benefit of adding a closet upgrade to your project.  Your bathroom design professional can offer advice on how to maximize your available space.  Get more inspiration for a well-organized closet from our design gallery here or contact us today to discuss your project.