$5,000-$10,000 What you might get: You probably won’t be able to move any plumbing around, but you could replace fixtures and other materials with stock, off-the-shelf products like you’d find in a big-box store. A basic bathroom remodel is good for you if: Your budget is limited, obviously. Or if you’re looking to resell your home but don’t want to spend a ton to make it look nice, this is for you,
$10,000-$35,000 What you might get: Better fixtures, like a toilet with better flushing capabilities or faucets with better flow. And new features like flooring, a vanity, a sink, lighting, window treatments, hardware, a comfort-height toilet, a 36-inch countertop, a framed mirror that matches the vanity; all of which are slightly better quality than from a big-box store.
$35,000+ What you might get: This level is also known as a full gut job. Everything will go away, and you’ll put things where you want. You might also punch into an adjacent room for more space or punch out the exterior. The toilet and shower might switch locations, the bathtub might go away and a sauna might come in; all-new high-end fixtures, materials, cabinets, lighting and finishes can be added. Detailed molding, trimwork and tilework might also be included.