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In the ever-changing landscape of interior decor, trends come and go, but some classics endure the test of time, like black and white bathrooms, which continue to captivate homeowners.

One of the greatest strengths of a black and white color scheme, is its versatility. Whether you prefer minimalism or something more ornate, black and white adapts to any design aesthetic, and allows for endless creativity.

The crisp contrast of these colors creates a sense of balance and harmony. Whether you opt for classic subway tiles, or penny-size mosaic patterns, black and white bathrooms have an elegance that never fails to impress.

At Georgia In Home Services, our Project Managers, feel that practicality is key when it comes to bathroom design. Riaan Venter comments that "The monochromatic colors hide dirt and grime more effectively than lighter colors, making it a practical choice for busy households." Riaan says that, after 30 years of building residential homes, "Black and white bathrooms have a classic sophistication, and the contrasting colors are visually striking, with an air of refinement. It is certainly the color combination to consider!" he smiles.

Be careful not to overdo the black and white tile. Think of placing subway tiles with black grout on the walls, then laying large black tiles with white grout on the bathroom floor. Tile is a clever way to delineate space, especially if you have free flow from bathroom floor into shower area.

The best thing about black and white is that it loves a punch of color! Choose color accessories like soap dishes, rolled up towels, folded facecloths, floor mats and skin care products. Think of not tiling one wall and hang contrasting color wall art or decoration. Turquoise, orange, lime green, or fuchsia are bold colors that contrast well against black and white.

If you are bold enough, take it one step further with a color accent wall in a bright hue like turquoise, and install warm metals like rose pink, copper, or bronze to soften a potentially overly stark finish.

Whether you are drawn to its striking aesthetic or its practicality, a black and white bathroom is sure to enhance any space with its enduring appeal. 

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The most fruitful bathroom renovation results from pre-planning. While your contractor does the work of planning the actual construction, you conceive of the bathroom you desire. Making all the decisions in advance frees your contractor to accomplish the work quickly for you. Planning your bathroom remodel starts with your goal for the bathroom.

Set a Clear Goal for Your Bathroom

Determine which area of the room you want as a focal point and what you want to improve. Typical options include:

Setting your bathroom goal anchors your project planning and provides a starting point for detailed planning. It also determines whether you will remodel, which means changing what you already have without rebuilding or renovate, which requires replacing major items or building new walls or areas. Resurfacing a bathtub falls under remodeling, but replacing a shower with a bathtub falls under renovation.

Plan Each Area in Detail

Use your goal to drill down on the design details of that area of the room. Decide on the flooring, wall coverings, fixtures, etc. Ask yourself the following questions:

In this planning step, explore available options by reading home design magazines and visiting home improvement stores. Determine the specific features you want in your bathroom storage and cabinetry.

Gathering Bathroom Renovation Ideas

Now that you set a goal and developed it, your home improvement store exploration fuels finding the solutions. Visit bathroom fixture shops and tile stores, too. These retail wonders let you touch and feel each option and offer knowledgeable salespeople who can help you locate fixtures that solve space or utility problems. This step helps you clarify bathroom renovation goals.

Be careful when perusing Internet websites on design because many of them use European designs. That can make it tough to find the right fixtures since they may not offer them in the United States. During your store visits, grab samples and paint chips to show your future contractor.

Getting It Done

How long a bathroom update takes depends on the amount of work to do and the number of plumbing changes. Typically, a full bathroom renovation requires four weeks of daily, full-time work to complete. By planning all of the details, you can help your general contractor get the job done faster. Contact Georgia In-Home Services today to get started on your bathroom renovation project.

A bathroom should be a tranquil space. If your bathroom is not up to your standards, don't settle for a bland rehash. Get in gear because we're about to help you make a splash.  

Our Shower Floor Tips

The design in a bathroom must have balance. To create balance, you must create contrast. Contrast is a characteristic that makes a design pop. For example, if you have a small shower, you can create contrast by incorporating large tiles against it on the walls. This design aspect will create a wonderful illustration for a good reason. Large tiles have fewer grout lines, and this effect makes a wall appear as if it's one unified surface area.

If your top priority is safety, we recommend small floor tiles with plenty of grout lines. In this scenario, the grout lines will serve as a source of traction. Grout is able to produce traction because it's a gritty substance, so if you have enough of it, you'll less likely slip and fall.

Having plenty of grout is not the only way to stay safe in a shower. Although it helps, proper safety starts with proper tiles. When it comes to safe tiles, we highly recommend porcelain or natural stone tiles with a slip-resistant coating. Avoid glass tiles and glazed tiles as they can become quite slippery after a long shower.

Speaking of grout, there are a few options to choose from. However, if you pick the wrong color, this could lead to more maintenance. If frequent maintenance is a concern, we recommend a dark-colored grout. A dark grout will hide dirt and grime better than a light grout, so you will not have to clean it very often.

Your Options for Durable Shower Floor Tiles

The ultimate goal is to build a bathroom that will last for decades. To achieve this, you'll need to invest in high-quality tiles. There are two tiles that fit this mold. Our top picks are natural stone tiles and porcelain tiles. In the stone category, you can't go wrong with marble, limestone, or granite. Porcelain is heavier than stone, so it's a more durable material.

Taking Action 

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