Splurge on that finishing touch
According to Toronto real estate agent Heikki Walden of Camber Walden Group, “A bathroom renovation will give you a 100 per cent return on your investment.” He firmly believes choosing expensive finishes such as natural stone, marble, granite and quartz will pay off when it comes time to sell. Many manufacturers offer tub and sink materials that are non-slip, non-porous and insulated, to keep your bathwater hotter longer.
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Don’t skimp on lighting
Flattering lighting is a non-negotiable. Toronto interior designer Jill Greaves suggests dimmable pot lights on the ceiling, accent lighting around the mirror and a waterproof fixture in the shower. For a touch of drama, consider a chandelier in the middle of the room.
Add a bit of luxury
Add a free-standing bathtub or sinuous high-end faucets. For extra luxe, Greaves suggests a sauna or steam shower, both coveted, on-trend items right now.
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