If there was a room in your home that you think should be the first to get remodeled, which would it be? In an investment point-of-view, many would argue that out of all the rooms in a house, the bathroom may just get you the biggest bang for your buck.
"A bathroom remodel is probably the safest place to put your money," Money Magazine writer Cybele Weisser tells DIY Network. In fact, remodeling a bathroom can get you a return on investment of up to 102 percent, according to Remodeling Magazine. So if you do have the cash to spend, spend it on a bathroom renovation.
Besides increasing the overall value of your home, a sparkling new bathroom is also good for the mind, body and soul. Considered to be one of the most utilitarian spaces in the home, it only makes sense that your experience in it should be a comfortable one. When renovating, consider your taste and what makes the space work for you, whether it's a bathroom vanity with tons of storage space or a super relaxing whirlpool bathtub.