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The construction industry has struggled a bit in recent years. This is not because there's not amazing technology out there to make construction easier. There's tons of technology, and it's amazing! Rather, the struggle seems to be that there is a shortage of labor. Many young people are not as interested in working in construction anymore. We hope that we can do our part to change that. In posting on this blog, we hope to reach a wide audience, including young people who may want to work as contractors. There are excellent jobs in the industry, and learning the basics on this blog can set you up for success.

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How To Bring Creativity To A Bathroom Remodel

You can accomplish a lot during a bathroom remodel just by refreshing the space's appearance. However, bathroom remodeling often leads to antiseptic-looking results. While you want a bathroom to look nice and fresh, you don't necessarily want it to look like a clean room in a hospital laboratory. Creativity can make a huge difference, and here are four ways to plan a creative look for your new bathroom.

Colors

One of the easiest ways to be creative with a bathroom remodel is to incorporate color. People often make bathrooms white or gray, and they frequently avoid using strong colors. You can easily break out of the mold by employing a strong color.

Employing color doesn't necessarily mean painting the whole wall dragon red. You could mix a few patches of strong color into the backsplash behind the sink, for example. Similarly, you could mix several colorful tiles in a pattern to make the floor more interesting.

Textures

Bathroom surfaces tend to be smooth and boring, but a little texture will inject significant creativity. You might use a stone tile in the shower to give the space more appeal. Likewise, you can use less polished metals for fixtures like towel racks, door knobs, and handles. Incorporating small stones into the floor and then covering them with epoxy can add visual interest while still providing a smooth surface.

Mixing and Matching Design Languages

A more aggressive approach is to make the design language of the bathroom a little unexpected. If you have a fairly modernist bathroom with clean lines and simple colors, you might add some industrial elements like copper or brass fixtures to change the design language. Wooden cabinets can also change the tune a bit.

Statement Pieces and Focal Points

Bathrooms are often simple from a design standpoint. Consequently, a statement piece or strong focal point can significantly enhance a bathroom remodel. Placing a gigantic mirror in the bathroom, for example, will make a major statement. If the lines of the bathroom point toward a particular window, you might make it the focal point by doing a full treatment.

Incorporating Plants

Adding places for plants in a bathroom is an excellent remodeling choice. The greenery instantly brings color to the room, and people will be surprised when they see pots and plants. You also can use the pots as an excuse to add more art to the room, and you can even coordinate other elements to match.