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They make it look easy on television, but we understand that designing a bathroom can be overwhelming. Our knowledgeable designers will help you narrow down the choices to create a bathroom that matches your dreams, your style, and your budget.
Our designers prefer to work by appointment so they can plan ahead and give you the undivided attention your project deserves. However, we do our very best to work with all walk-in customers.
We design bathrooms that are tailored to your unique vision, and that level of care and collaboration can take time.
Our Typical Bathroom Design Process
Set A Budget
Decide on your budget, even a rough estimate is fine. You can refine it later.
Your Prep Work
Create a list of must-have features and your wish list.
Collect inspiration from Pinterest, Houzz, magazines, and websites.
Take rough measurements and photos of your existing bathroom. Read our guide "How To Measure A Bathroom" here.
1st Design Appointment
Review your floor plan and layout options.
Discuss plans & options for the tub and/or shower.
Decide on flooring: keep or replace?
Plan the project timeline.
Select your vanity.
Wood species, door style and finishes.
Choose a cabinetry line (essential to begin design).
Explore built-in storage.
Pick countertop materials.
Discuss accessories like moldings and accents.
Select faucets, flooring, tile, and hardware.
Get our list of preferred local contractors for installation.
Schedule a professional measure.
2nd Design Appointment
- Review the finalized design, including floor plans and visuals.
- Review estimated cost of materials.
- Make adjustments as needed.
3rd Design Appointment
● Review final design.
Match each item on the bill of materials with the floor plan, elevations, and visuals.
● Approve cabinetry wood species and finish.
Approve any Special Order agreements.
Von Tobel Bathroom Designers Are Here to Help
We look forward to learning more about your project. Our designers prefer to work by appointment so they can plan ahead and give you the undivided attention your project deserves.
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