Now is a great time to remodel your bathroom! If you're looking for a way to really make your home look and feel fresh, then now is the perfect time. You may be thinking, "But I just remodeled my kitchen!" Believe it or not, we often overlook our bathrooms when we do home renovations. Whether you've been living in the same house with outdated counters and flooring or if you recently moved into a new home that requires some major TLC - this article will help guide you through a few of the most important things when considering how to remodel your bathroom today.

Bathroom flooring

Your bathroom flooring is one of the easiest places to make a statement with your remodel. If you're looking for something light and bright, why not consider tile? Tile can give the bathroom that extra sparkle while also giving it an updated look. You could even change out your old tiles if necessary because there are so many different styles available today - from classic subway style wall tiles to gorgeous chevron or penny tiles. 

As far as floors go, don't forget about hardwood-looking laminate or LVP, as many of them are water-resistant. It may be best known for kitchens; however, hardwood-style laminate has become more prevalent in other rooms, including bathrooms.
An image of a sink backsplash in a bathroom.
Stylish backsplash can make all the difference in the appearance of your bathroom!

New bathroom countertops

If you're thinking about replacing your bathroom countertops, consider a quartz vanity top. Quartz is made from natural quartz stones, which are then processed. This countertop material has been known to be durable for decades! Not only that, but it's also low-maintenance, so cleaning up after the kids (or adults!) in the house won't have to be such a hassle anymore.

Other popular choices for stylish bathroom counters include marble, soapstone, and granite. Marble looks gorgeous on its own, although pairing this material with others (such as glass) could give your room an even more updated look!

Backsplash around the sink and mirror

If your bathroom doesn't have a backsplash behind the sink and mirror, now might be the perfect time to add one. You can choose from so many different styles of materials, such as glass mosaic tiles. They are often easier on eyes than solid color options while also giving off that high-end look without breaking your wallet.

Let Element guide you through your bathroom remodel

Whether you're looking to spruce up your bathroom or remodel it completely, Element is here for you. We carry the latest trends for flooring in Fort Collins and our showroom also features an expansive selection of countertops, decorative backsplash tiles, and more to help make your dream bathroom come true. Contact us today!