Fireplace Remodeling Options

The focal point of many home living room and family rooms is the fireplace.  Most homes in San Marcos CA were built in late 70’s and early 80’s.  Home style trends have changed significantly since then so it is no wonder the hot new trend in San Marcos CA is a fireplace remodel.  Here are some options for you if you are considering a fireplace renovation. to your outdated fireplace:

Faux Stacked Stone Fireplace

Modern Fireplace - Install Stacked Stone San Diego
Refaced Fireplace

If you like the look of stacked stone but want to save some cost, pre-fabbed stacked stone is a good option.  It takes less labor to install and is less expensive then stone found in nature, which is why it saves on cost.  The biggest differences in appearance when using real stacked stone versus pre-fabbed stacked stone are subtle.

Faux stacked stone mimics the look and feel of natural stone.  A few things you may notice if you install manufactured stone is the corner edges are a little too perfect for what you would find in nature.  Additionally, the grout lines tend to be pretty large in faux stone.

Real Stacked Stone



A fireplace remodel that includes real stacked stone is stunning if you are someone who prefers pieces of nature in your home.  With real stacked stone you can control the grout lines, how tight the stone is installed, and how the stone pops out from the wall.  If you enjoy vintage looks, another popular look is adding reclaimed lumber to create a vintage fireplace.

Real stacked stone will have various colors so if you prefer to have perfect fluidity in your space, this may not be the best fit for you.  Also, real stacked stone is extremely heavy and must be installed piece by piece which means the cost of installation is much higher than a faux fireplace remodel.

Pop Out your Fireplace


San Marcos homeowners have found that they can add some dimension to their living room if they “pop out” the fireplace.  This means framing out the wall prior to remodeling the fireplace.

Tile Surround Fireplace


One stylish way to remodel your fireplace is to add a tile surround.  A tile surround can add a pop of color to your fireplace.  There are thousands of different tile mosaic options for you to choose from when updating your fireplace.

Tile Surround Fireplace with Mantel


Your fireplace can include a tile surround with a wood mantel or a cast mantel with a surround.  Mantels with surrounds can finish your fireplace with a modern or classic look, depending on your home’s style.

A fireplace renovation will create a whole new feel in your home.  If you are ready to discuss a fireplace remodel with a reputable contractor, call Classic Home Improvements for a free in-home consultation!



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Why Cabinet Replacement is still better than Refinishing or Resurfacing

Kitchen Cabinets Brown - Kitchen Remodel Rancho BernardoIf you are considering doing a kitchen remodel in Rancho Bernardo this winter, you should definitely think about your kitchen cabinets. Since they are the most noticeable part of your kitchen, chances are it’s them you want to change.

There are various options for you to choose from, but the question is – which one is best for you?

You might have heard of cabinet refinishing, refacing and resurfacing, but what’s the difference? And how are they different from repainting or replacement? There’s been much talk about the alternatives to cabinet replacement and their supposed cost-effectiveness, so we set out to see if the hype is really justified.


These two terms can be used interchangeably because they mean the same thing. The concept of resurfacing/refacing entails changing the face (that is, the front) of the cabinets. What does this mean in practice? It means that you get to keep the existing cabinet structure, but replace the old cabinet doors and drawer fronts with new ones. If the cabinet boxes are in a solid operational mode, your cabinets are eligible for refacing.

Cabinet Refinishing

Like the name suggests, refinishing involves changing the finish (or the color) of the cabinets. Basically, you can change the finish in two ways: by hand sanding the finish on the existing cabinet doors and drawer fronts, or stripping it with chemicals before applying a new coat of finish. Put simply, it’s almost like you exfoliate the cabinets.

Refinish or Repaint?

There are some materials where refinishing is simply not possible precisely because of the sanding. These materials include laminate and thermofoil, among others; they can’t be sanded, so refinishing is not an option.

When it comes to repainting, bear in mind that the color you envisioned may not look exactly the same when applied, regardless of the type of material. If you want to give your kitchen a complete makeover, we suggest going for cabinet replacement – changing the paint finish alone will probably not do the trick.

Refinish, Resurface or Replace?

If your cabinet structure is worn out, you should definitely go for cabinet replacement. If you feel your cabinets are simply not fashionable anymore or you want to change the style of your kitchen completely, refinishing and resurfacing may not be enough. On the other hand, repainting is rarely advised, especially in the case of wooden cabinets.

Kitchen Cabinets White - Kitchen Remodel Rancho Bernardo

While it is true that refinishing and resurfacing are less expensive that replacing the cabinets altogether, you should ask yourself: is it really that much of a save? On average, customers are able to save up around $5k if they go for refinishing or resurfacing, which is not enough to overshadow the benefits of cabinet replacement.

You should also consider the fact that there are plenty of smart cabinetry options to purchase – these can make your whole kitchen more functional and save you time and energy. In the end, it’s up to you to determine what you need.

Cabinet Replacement for a Modern Kitchen Remodel in Rancho Bernardo

You don’t have to overhaul your kitchen to make it look more modern or make it more functional. Oftentimes, you simply have to replace the cabinets. After all, they are the most conspicuous part of any kitchen. For professional advice and custom designs, contact Classic Home Improvements – we can make sure you get the most out your Rancho Bernardo kitchen remodel by helping you choose the right cabinets and installing them for you. We boast award-winning remodelers and an outstanding customer service – call us today and request a Classic Quick Quote!


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Flat Roof Material Options

Roofing is the last thing a homeowner thinks about when it comes to home improvement. The roof protects the rest of your home.  For your home to be healthy your roof needs to be healthy. All roofs are not made the same.  In this instance, flat roofs are an interesting concept. Flat roofs do give a home a very modern look however they must be specially maintained so that there are no leaks.  Here are your material options if it is time to replace your flat roof.

flat-roof-builtupBuilt-Up Roof (Tar and Gravel)

Built-Up roofs are made by using hot tar, gravel asphalt and modified bitumen and is layered three times with plies of waterproof material alternated with hot tar and ballasted by a layer of smooth river stone. Once made of tar paper, these types of roofs gradually are using more-advanced materials such as fiberglass membranes.
Gravel can be a great choice because it is an excellent fire retardant and It’s the cheapest of the four roof varieties. The down fall of a built-up roof is that it is very heavy and your joists would need to be strengthened before

Modified Bitumen (Torch-down roof)

This is a single-ply roofing system that is rolled onto the roof surface. This system use to require that the this be heated with a blow torch which proved to be dangerous and now newer systems allow for this to be peeled and stuck to the roof surface. This is an environmental friendly option because it does cut back on energy costs however this material scuffs and tears easily.

Rubber Membrane

EPDM (short for ethylene propylene diene monomer) is a true rubber that is a very durable material that resembles an inner tube, but it’s engineered to resist damage from sunlight. EPDM can be mechanically anchored with fasteners, ballasted with stone, or glued. This roofing option is a homeowner-friendly because it’s light and its highly resistant to scuff.


This roofing system is very reflective and very durable. PVC is easy to install and it can resist water ponding. When PVC is trolled out it must be taped or glued together. This is a great water resistant however it will not hold up for 10-15 years

Spray-Applied Roof Coating

Want to try a seamless application for your roof? Silicone roof coating systems can be applied by being sprayed on. It can resist pounding water and it’s great at reducing energy consumption. Silicone roofs are extremely sustainable and easy to maintain. No disruption to the inside of your home would happen because of its easy application. The downside of this application is the cost of it. Since this such a high-quality substance it is one of the top two most expensive roofing solutions.


Make sure you select a roof option that works well for your home and your budget. The roof protects the rest of the home so select something that has the protection and longevity that you need.

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Home Remodeling Colors and Their Emotional Impact

Interior designers take many things into consideration when designing your space.  Each aspect of your home is considered from the exterior architecture down to your lifestyle.  One thing the interior designer will speak with you about is your color preferences.

When you speak with your kitchen and bathroom designer they will want to know what your favorite colors are as well as the colors you want to avoid.  You may have some colors in your space that can not be changed, as well.  Before you have that discussion, we would like to introduce you to remodeling colors and their emotional impact.


Bright yellow kitchen

Yellow is a natural stimulate of your appetite and it elicits a feeling of happiness which is why it is always included in restaurant’s logos.  The color yellow comes in many tones, if you are short-tempered be sure to avoid bright yellows, as that can increase your irritability in large quantities.




Green is a color which does not require the eye to make any adjustments so it is seen as a natural color.  If you are trying to create a space of balance or refreshment, green is a good color to use.  Green is also used for spaces that are being used for reassurance or environmental awareness.


Blue and White Bathroom - Bathroom Designer San Diego

Blue is considered a serenity color because it reminds us of the sky and water which is why it continues to be a popular color in bathrooms.  Blue is also a color associated with intelligence and logic so it makes a good shade for offices.  As a color often considered calming, many people will also use blues in their kitchen, living, and bedroom areas.


Serenity Grey Bathroom - Bath Designer San Diego

Grey has become very popular in homes because they are psychologically neutral but the absence of color can become depressing if used in the wrong tone or without proper accent colors.  Heavy use of grey can cause lack of energy so be aware of the shade and how much you use grey in your home.


Romantic Master Bathroom - San Diego Bathroom Designer

Violet is often used for the consumer who is introvert and the color encourages deep contemplation.  It is often times associated with wealth and stature.    Use this spiritual color carefully though because excessive use of purple, especially in the wrong tone,  can be seen as cheap if used in too much abundance.

Reds and Pinks

Japanese Style Bedroom with Soshi Doors

Red grabs our attention immediately.  It is a positive color which reflects strength, survival, and excitement if used in the right shades.  Using the wrong shades in your home can create feelings of aggravation.  Red is also used in restaurants, particularly fast food chains because the color red triggers the emotion of “fight or flight” which makes patrons eat faster. Interestingly, the color pink which is a version of red is a natural stress reducer.

Oranges and Browns

San Diego Attic Conversion Fairbanks Ranch

Orange has sensuality and warmth as well as comfort and security.  In some shades of orange it brings out the emotion of fun and playful.  Browns are safe colors and nurturing, likely because it is a nature color.  Some find browns to be boring and dull but that can be changed by mixing with metallic shades or adding texture.  Brown tones are returning in popularity in kitchen and bathroom settings, although white is still by far the most popular at this time.

Home Remodeling and Designers

Your designer understands that not everyone reacts the same towards colors.  There are not only emotional considerations that your designer will consider but also perceptual considerations when selecting colors for your home.  For example warm colors and shades can make a room seem smaller or warmer.  Light colors can increase the perceived space in the total area.

Working Classic Home Improvements as your contractor ensures you will have the benefit of working with a design team that can help you not only design the space but build it as well.  If you need to speak with a kitchen designer or bathroom designer in San Diego or Temecula, give us a call at 858-224-7373!

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Pros and Cons to Building a Room Addition

Room additions in San Diego have been extremely popular over the last 12 months.  We get phone calls literally every day from homeowners asking questions about estimates and process of building a home addition.  So many calls in fact, that we felt it necessary to share with you some pros and cons of adding a room to your home.

The CONS of Building a Room Addition in San Diego

Time Frame:  Make no mistake about it, building an addition on your home is a long process.  From design to permit to actually building the added space, you will be married to the project home addition for months on end.

Room additions are messy:  If you are living in the home while building a room addition, the process of construction will test your nerves.  Room addition building is lengthy, noisy, and extremely messy.

So many decisions:  There are hundreds of decisions you will have to make.  You will need to have time to dedicate to making each decision because they can not be made on your behalf.  One of your first decisions is whether to hire an architect or a design build firm.

Bedroom with Bathroom Home Addition - San Diego Home Additions

The PROs of Building a Room Addition in San Diego

Saves you a ton of money:  Adding a room to your house is significantly less expensive than buying a new house that includes that extra bedroom or extra bathroom that you need to accommodate a growing family.

Familiarity:  You get to stay in the home you already love.  There is no need to find new neighbors, new grocery stores, place of worship, or schools for your children.

Return on Investment:  Maybe you are not looking to move now, but you may want to move in the future.  If you are adding a second floor addition you may find when you age that you want to move into a single floor home.  Regardless of what you build, you will get your money’s worth in the future if you decide to sell because you have added square footage on to the property.

When you are ready to start discussing the next steps to building your room addition, call Classic Home Improvements at 858-224-7373 to schedule a free in-home consultation!

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Are wet bars making a comeback?

home design We think it is shocking, really.  The Wet Bar is making a comeback to homes all over the United States!  Sometimes seen the basement of 70’s homes with a Tiki lamp nearby, wet bars have been re-revolutionized and are getting more and more modern.

Single Wall Wet Bars

Countertop on one wall with windows
Wet bars are now being seen in living rooms and are being built with much more sophistication. Single-wall wet bars are a great way to put walls with views to work. You won’t have upper cabinets to deal with.  All your bottles and glasses can be stored can be kept below.  This allows you to have more counter space and maybe even add a sink.

Floor to Ceiling Wet Bars

White cabinets with wet bar

Floor-to-ceiling wet bars can give your room wonderful look. It looks as if that wet bar was always meant to be there. This concept will look great in various finishes and wood cabinets. You can have upper cabinets with glass doors to show off your beautiful crystal glasses.  Add a decorative backsplash add wefor color or sparkle.  Below you can have under cabinets and a wine fridge!  Keep all your wine bottles stored at the appropriate temperature and ready to serve at a moment’s notice.

Wet Bar (Floor to ceiling) with Floating Shelves

Rustic wet bar - Home Remodeling San Diego
If you want a more modern look, opt for floating shelves instead of cabinetry. Floating shelves is a great way to display decorative pieces in your bar area. You can do a lot with this modern space by mixing in metallic and textures.


Pass Through Wet Bars

Wet bar between living area and family areawet bar between living room and entertainment area

Pass through wet bars are bars that have a cut out through the wall allowing you to see into the other room. This is a great way to make drinks and still be engaged with your guests while they wait in the other room.

Wet Bar with Wine Cubbies

Are you a wine connoisseur and maybe these types of wet bars aren’t appealing to you or your wine collection?  Fear not, wet bars have not forgotten about you.  Cabinetry has gotten better over the years by thinking of ways to make the everyday homeowners life easier.  Then they came up with wine storage.  Instead of having upper cabinets, get wine cubbies.  This is a great way to display and show off your wine collection.

L Shaped Wet Bar

If you have a lot of dead space in your home and you want to fill it with something interesting, try an L-Shaped wet bar.  This layout lets you have more room to prep, perfect for holiday parties or small get togethers.  Add glass cabinets or wine racks for your uppers, include a sink or wine fridge below. The most deck out wet bar has the most potential when there is room to play with.

Remodeling San Diego

When you are ready to discuss your home remodeling project, take the time to learn the difference between a designer, an architect, a contractor, and a design-build firm so you can determine who to start working with on your next major home renovation.  Classic Home Improvements can help you no matter what your needs are!  Call us at 858-224-7373

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Kitchen Remodeling Options

If you are in San Marcos CA and you are looking to update your kitchen, you may or may not have a really good idea of what you want to accomplish.  There are several different types of kitchen remodeling options.  Your budget will really determine what you can accomplish in the space.  Generally speaking, here are your kitchen remodeling options…..

Kitchen Update

A simple kitchen remodel update means you are going to modernize your space without changing the floorplan.  This can include re-facing your kitchen cabinets or replacing them entirely.  Updating your kitchen may or may not include new flooring, countertops, appliances, and lighting.  Some homeowners freshen up their kitchen by simply re-painting the space.  If you are hoping to spend less than $15,000 a kitchen update is probably the best option.  In San Diego you are likely to spend over $25,000 if you intend on replacing your cabinetry.

Kitchen Remodel with Floorplan Changes

A kitchen remodel with floorplan changes is generally more costly.  Cabinetry is the most expensive part of a kitchen remodel.  Although, if you intend on relocating your sink, refrigerator with water line, and/or gas stovetop or oven your prices will definitely increase because of the labor costs involved.  Adding an island is a great way to increase countertop space but it will also increase the cost of your kitchen remodel.

High End Kitchen Remodel with Island

Kitchen Expansion

There are a few times of kitchen expansion options.  One includes knocking out an exterior wall to push out the space into a yard area.  This means your remodeling contractor will have to match the extended roof and exterior surround of the home to match the existing space.  Another way to expand your kitchen is to expand the cabinetry into an existing living space.

Create an Open Concept Kitchen

A popular San Marcos CA option is to take down a wall to change a galley kitchen to an open concept floorplan.  The first thing your contractor needs to determine is whether or not the wall is load-bearing.  There are two options for you if it is load bearing.  When you meet with a remodeling contractor, you will be given a few options for what you can do with the space if you do not want to deal with the expense of removing a load-bearing wall.

If you know you have an outdated kitchen space and want to modernize but do not have a clue where to start, your best option is to reach out to a local home remodeling contractor.  When you are ready to discuss some ideas about designing your kitchen remodel, need help figuring out the kitchen remodel process works, or would like to get some budgetary numbers so you can start planning your kitchen remodel – give us a call at 858-224-7373!


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Relocation or Home Remodel? Temecula Homeowners Ask

Traditionally, California has been a place where homeowners would buy a house, live in it for a few years and then resell it for a good price so that they could buy another house. This concept of moving up was widespread until the recent economic crisis, which led to the prices of housing plummeting. In turn, this meant that moving suddenly became a bad move.

Does that mean the game has completely changed?

Not really.

The thing is, homeowners can no longer count on their home increasing in value on its own. The tide has turned, and a somewhat different trend has emerged – home remodeling.

Sure, home remodeling is not news in Temecula. What’s relatively new, though, is that homeowners now mostly remodel with the aim of boosting their home’s resale value, in addition to making their life more comfortable.

Still, not all homeowners are convinced. Let’s consider this in little more detail.

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

There are many reasons why you would like to move house. Perhaps you got a great job, but the commute from your current place of residence is too long. Or your family has grown and you need more space to accommodate all members comfortably. Or you simply dislike your neighborhood.

Let’s consider all of these arguments separately for a moment. In most cases, first comes the great job, and then the house, not the other way around. Similarly, people generally buy houses with a firm idea of how large they plan their family to be, so the family members-to-be are usually accounted for. And lastly, why would you buy a house in a bad neighborhood in the first place?

Family in the Kitchen - Home Remodel Temecula

Relocating would involve a great deal of change. If your children go to school, they might have to transfer to a new one and make new friends. Even though it’s fun and exciting in theory, practical experience has taught us otherwise.

Moreover, moving also means adjusting to the new neighborhood and new neighbors. This may take some time, depending on all the factors involved.

Stay Stay Stay

Besides the sentimental reasons, some homeowners simply cannot afford to buy a new house and move. More specifically, they cannot get a good price for their house to be able to purchase a new one. That is when they decide on a home remodeling project.

When It Comes to Money…

Has it ever occurred to you that home remodeling is generally cheaper than buying a new home?

How is that possible?

Well, imagine you want to move to a bigger house. Bigger houses come with higher bills; they have a higher carbon footprint and involve a raise in your property taxes. In California, the increases to your property tax are limited as long as you live in the house for which the tax rate is set. It means the taxes for your new property will probably be higher, especially if you wish to buy a larger house.

How Can Home Remodel in Temecula Help?

There are a few home remodeling projects that will boost the market value of your home almost by definition. Think in terms of space – if you feel you don’t have enough space, chances are other homeowners feel the same. That is why adding more space tops the list of the most lucrative home improvements.

Also, additional bathrooms and remodeled kitchens are an outstanding return on investment. You can even qualify for residential rebates available in San Diego County if you decide to renovate your home to improve its energy and water-efficiency. Nowadays, green building and remodeling practices go hand in hand with a trendy design.

Fall in Love with Your Home Again with Temecula Home Remodel

Classic Home Improvement is a full-service design-build contractor with a stellar reputation for innovative home remodeling in Temecula and all over San Diego County. Let us show you how we can make your home more attractive with creative designs and boost its resale value with fully-functional, cost-efficient remodels and additions. Contact us for a free quote today!




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Explanation of Remodeling Timeframes

Are you dreaming of kitchen remodeling or bathroom remodeling next year?   2018 is right around the corner and we have noticed that the time scales people have in mind are very different from what can be delivered.  Most people suffer from what the remodeling and construction industry call “HGTV Syndrome.”  Let us elaborate becase the magic of television has completely warped the minds of the everyday homeowner.

Remodeling Timelines:  HGTV Versus Reality

Television has made homeowners believe their kitchen, bathroom or home addition can be completed in 2 weeks for $10,000.  For some reason that is the same answer every time.  The reason HGTV makes remodeling look so seamless and inexpensive is because they have a lot of help average homeowners could never get.

In order to get the materials they need to complete a project they reach out to local and national vendors for materials in exchange for a mention or shout out on national television. Trading advertising for building materials is a great trade off and allows the homeowner featured on the show to have much lower material costs than they would normally.

HGTV has ways of getting a crew together quick to turn a home renovation around in a day. Most times they employ dozens of employees working 24 hours a day.  This ensures they can meet their production deadlines.  While it makes for fantastic TV and can provide inspiration to homeowners for their own remodels, the timelines shown on TV aren’t realistic.  We are going to break it down for you per project so you have a better idea before you dive head first in a remodel.

Open Kitchen Floorplan - Kitchen Remodel Contractor FallbrookKitchen Remodeling Timelines

Kitchen remodels are in very high demand because more homeowners are deciding to customize their home rather than relocate.   The time it takes to build a kitchen remodel depends on the scope of work and size of the space.  Many people do not take into consideration the kitchen remodel planning stages (including selecting a contractor, designing the space, and selecting materials) which take several weeks on top of the actual construction time!  For example,  a standard kitchen cabinet order can take anywhere from 6-8 weeks to be delivered.  The time it takes to actually build your kitchen remodel will range from 6-8 weeks (no permits) to 8-10 weeks (with permits).  Kitchen remodels with walls being added or removed and kitchens with floor plan changes take the longest to complete.

Bathroom Remodel Photo - Project completed in San Marcos CA by Classic Home ImprovementsBathroom Remodeling Timelines

Bathrooms are smaller than kitchens however they can be just as complicated.  Depending on whether your bathroom remodel a simple hall bathroom can take 3-6 weeks.  A large master bathroom will take anywhere from 8-10 weeks.   The variance in time is due to product selection and scope of work.  For example, it takes longer to tile a bathroom wall than to install a fiberglass tub.  If you are relocating your toilet or changing from a tub to a shower the underground plumbing is affected.  So your scope of work really determines the length of time it will take to remodel your bathroom.  Additionally, and just as importantly, the time it takes to complete your remodel will be determined by what type of remodeling contractor you hire.

Small Bathroom - Room Addition Contractors San DiegoRoom Addition Timelines

Additions and whole house remodeling are a whole other animal and can take 3 months to a year depending on what you are doing.  In all of your remodels, keep in mind the time it takes to obtain a permit.  Once you have submitted for a permit you will be waiting approximately 6 weeks to get approval, and that is with no requested changes from the city.  If the city requests plan changes the clock starts over.

Remember that creating incredible spaces for your home are not works of television magic, but well thought out designs accompanied by hard work from reputable contractors. As much as homeowners wish this process would be quick and painless, the best projects must take some time to create. Keep this in mind when you are thinking about your next home renovation.

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The newest trend in bathroom remodels!

There are revelations happening in master bathroom remodels. The technology is only getting better and better. From Bluetooth showerheads, heated floors, towel warmers bathrooms are getting smarter and better as time goes on. One vast improvement in bathroom technology is lighted mirrors!

The trend we have been seeing is the loss of the giant piece of glass on the bathroom wall to the minimalization of individual framed mirrors over the sinks. Large sconces on the sides of the mirrors or large bulky light bars are installed above the mirror. While this look is decorative it’s starting to disappear just as fast as that trend appeared. It is all about creative nice, sleek, modern lines in a decorative space.

Lighted Mirrors - San Marcos Bathroom RemodelMirrors can be a unique decorative aspect that go into bathroom design. Now mirrors are taking it up a notch by being lit. Light up mirrors are coming into the fold now coming in various shapes and sizes. Light up mirrors give off enough light and once they are turned off they look like a regular mirror. Prefect for a nice clean design and the light is perfect for personal prepping and makeup application!

A round shape mirror allows for a much larger mirror can help a smaller space look larger. The fact that the mirror is also the light source simplifies any design challenges. This mirrors are very reminiscent to those Hollywood dressing room mirror without having big bulky bulbs around the mirror.

Lighted mirrors also have LED lights which give the mirrors a warm and cool look. Warmer white lights tend to work well with a warm-hued tile and paint colors. Cool lights work well in white and blue bathrooms. Lighting serves as a great decorative piece but it can also enhance the space and determine the overall look of the space.

Another great asset to having lighted mirrors is that your lights can change colors! Enjoy chromotherapy after a long day while soaking in your tub or showering. This is perfect for relaxing if you don’t mix your colored colors in the same space.

Get rid of bulky lights and go with a sophisticated look. It makes your space look better and makes you look and feel better. This bathroom remodeling trend looks like it’s not going to go away anytime soon and it’s perfect if you are aiming for that sleek modern look.

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