Stick to the Plan
Having a poor plan may lead to more costs in the future, which is more frequent with changes in orders. Once a project is underway in your home and you suddenly change plans, your contractor will add fees for changes in materials, adjustments in schedule, and labor. Before the project even starts, make sure you have a plan ready and that you will stick to this plan in order to control costs.
Choose the Right Products
Bathroom products are more sensitive to different hazards, which are mostly related to moisture. For example, carpets won't be a good idea for a bathroom, so choose stone or tile instead, or something that can withstand water.
Update the Lighting
Your lighting is also a part of your remodeling project. Outdated light fixtures can bring down the overall look of your bathroom, so it's important to plan it out early in order to determine whether a new cable is needed or not. It is advisable to put some lighting over the shower so that it would be brighter when bathing. It is also important to ensure that the lights are rated for the bathroom.