Small Bathroom Remodel and Bath Remodel in Cedar Park, TX
Until recently, most bathrooms were only about 40 square feet in size, which is just enough for all of the fixtures needed to complete a bathroom. By today’s standards, that is a small bathroom, and small bathroom remodeling can make even the smallest of Cedar Park, TX, bathrooms feel luxurious. By working with the experienced team from Contract Remodeling Services you will be able to make your small bathroom a place to enjoy rather than to get in and get out as fast as possible. Contact us today to see what new options are now available for your small bathroom to remodel.
Bath Remodel in Cedar Park
Quick Bathroom Remodeling Tips
There is something to be said for having your bathroom look like it is a clean and tidy place. One of the ways to give it that clean look is to use light colors during the bath remodel, especially if it is a small bathroom. Dark colors make a space feel small where light and bright colors open a space up. This is emphasized when you are able to have a small window in the bathroom as well, with the natural light bouncing off the light-colored walls.
But don’t think you can’t accent that light color with darker colors. The use of darker colored towels and other accent items can really make a bath remodel pop when it’s all done. Adding some texture as well also helps break things up. Sometimes you may want to trick the eye into thinking the space is larger than it is, and a way to do this is to use a tall mirror and other items on the walls that are tall. This makes the eye and brain think the space is larger than it is.
Other Options for a Small Bathroom Remodel in Cedar Park, TX
One option that many homeowners are opting for as part of their small bathroom remodel is to do a bathtub to shower conversion. Doing a bathtub to shower conversion for a home’s small space, opens up additional room in the small bathroom for more storage or to reconfigure the entire space. Contract Remodeling Services has been transforming Cedar Park, TX, small bathrooms for more than 40 years and we can make yours look stunning. Contact us today to get started.
The Austin and Northwestern Railroad, which connected the state capitol with the cities of Burnet and Lampasas to the north, was finished in 1882 and passed through Running Brushy (the early name for Cedar Park) and the Cluck ranch. The community was at this point renamed Bruggerhoff, after a railroad company official. However, the name was generally disliked by locals, being both hard to spell and pronounce. In 1887, Emmett Cluck changed the community name to Cedar Park. In 1892, a “strolling park” of 0.5 acres was built near the train depot. Austinites would ride the train to Cedar Park for day trips to the park.