Approach the bathroom budgeting process with a realistic and positive attitude. There is almost nothing you can't do on a budget because manufacturers offer a wide range of fixtures and materials that can accomplish your goals.

Begin by establishing your wish list and must have list, then combine and revise them into a reality list with price tags. You will need a hard number – to get this you must choose your contractor and all of your materials before the project begins and layout a detailed budget with costs for labor and each component – tile, cabinets, fixtures, etc.

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If you're working with a tight budget, you need a strategic approach. Don't worry if you can't afford top-of-the-line across the board. Instead, save discretionary spending for key features that will pay off handsomely in added style and comfort — and in increased interest from future buyers. Spend for the items that are most important to you such as a larger, beautiful shower or tile floor with radiant heating.

Plan carefully, set your budget, be creative, track actual costs to budgeted costs as you go and you'll end up with a beautiful bathroom that hasn't broken your bank account.

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