Bathroom Addition Stores Sioux Falls SD

Bathroom remodeling is usually more expensive than other rooms because it requires specific types of plumbing, heating, electricity and ventilation. Bathroom addition is the most important part of bathroom remodeling. See below for more information about bathroom addition stores in Sioux Falls, SD for your home improvement projects.

Hander Inc Plumbing & Heating
(605) 339-9633
2407 West 5th St.
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Home Improvement Specialist
(605) 332-8684
610 W 14th St
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Change Color With Sweetman
(605) 336-0735
2217 S Western Ave
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Kriens Construction
(605) 336-7333
700 W 43rd St
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Cabinet Center
(605) 338-6676
1000 E 8th St
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Panes
(605) 331-5561
2110 W Burnside St
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Bath Collection
(605) 336-8297
2200 W 49th St
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Huber Home Improvement
(605) 371-2345
1500 N Cliff Ave
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Coacher Construction
(605) 357-0794
3108 E 21st St
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Tj Construction And Remodeling
(605) 351-5621
6108 South Cain Ave
Sioux Falls, SD
 

Bathroom Accessories | Bathroom Remodeling Advice

The little things that make a big difference in decor

In a bathroom redesign, it may seem like the big items will make the most impact, but you might be surprised by what you can do with just a few small changes. The right bathroom accessory can go a long way in your bathroom decor, and it can certainly help you save on the cost of your project.

Bang-for-Your-Buck Bathroom Accessories

If you're on a low bathroom design budget, consider revamping only the smaller details of your bathroom. Changing your bath accessories alone, for example, can give your room a fresh new look. This includes switching out the bath tub mat, bath mats or bath rugs on the floor, as well as the shower rod cover and the shower curtain, and maybe throwing in a new fun accessory like a bath tub caddy or bath tub pillow.

Similarly, you might want to spruce up your bathroom vanity and cleaning accessories – it may not seem like much, but a new toothbrush holder, soap dispenser, toilet brush holder and waste basket can change the entire look of your bathroom.

When you're thinking of switching out several small items like this, it's important that you consider your whole design plan when you pick out new accessories – you wouldn't want to introduce modern chrome or brushed nickel pieces to an otherwise country bathroom decor! You'll also want to make sure all your new individual pieces work with each other. They don't necessarily have to be a matching set, but the pieces should complement each other to keep the cohesiveness of your design.

Common Bathroom Accessories:

Bathroom Mirrors

A bathroom mirror is vital if that's the place where you do all your prep work for the day, but you don't have to limit yourself to just your bathroom vanity mirror.

A specialty makeup mirror is great to have on hand. Try a magnifying mirror or a lighted makeup mirror to get the closest detail possible – in fact, any lighted mirror is an asset in the bathroom, to create softer or more focused lighting.

A specialty makeup mirror is great to have on hand. Try a magnifying mirror or a lighted makeup mirror to get the closest detail possible – in fact, any lighted mirror is an asset in the bathroom, to create softer or more focused lighting.

Bathroom Scales

Not everyone wants to have a scale in the bathroom, but for those who like them, they sure have come a long way. They're no longer the needle-and-dial style of the past – electronic scales are the latest in technology. Instead of trying to read a bouncing needle, a digital bathroom scale allows you to monitor your weight with decimal-point accuracy.

You can also choose between a digital weight scale or something more hi-tech, such as a digital scale that also features a digital body fat scale. This can be beneficial if you like to monitor all areas of your physique. And even with the technology, you don't have to compromise on aesthetics. Digital bathroom scales are available in a number of neutral colors and streamli...

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