Here’s What It Costs To Remodel Your Master Bathroom In Texas

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Tips and tricks to make your master bathroom renovation a breeze.
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So how much should you have saved to renovate your master bath? It depends on the size and scale of your project. Read on.

How Much Does A Master Bathroom Renovation Cost?

According to HomeAdvisor, you can expect to pay anywhere between $1,500 and $15,000 for a small bathroom remodel. Of course, that’s a pretty wide range, but it truly depends on your project.

Cosmetic upgrades like paint, new plumbing fixtures, and lighting runs from $1,000 to $3,500, while a complete tear-out and replacement will cost anywhere between $5,000 and $150,00.


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For a large master bathroom, you can expect to pay $12,000 or more, depending on how in-depth your project is and the type of materials you choose. Of course, more square footage will be more expensive. Bathroom renovations typically cost around $125 per square foot.

Full Bathroom Remodel Cost Breakdown

  • Install bathtub: $400–$8,000
  • Install cabinets: $1,200–$13,000
  • Install countertops: $900–$6,500
  • Install flooring: $800–$7,000
  • Install lighting fixture: $120–$4,000
  • Install shower: $450–$10,000
  • Install sink: $190–$6,500
  • Install toilet: $130–$780

Master Bathroom Planning Tips

Ready to renovate your master bathroom? Be sure to gather your remodeling inspiration from several sources. You’ll want to decide on your general style—like modern, traditional, or transitional. Consider using the same or complementing tile colors in your shower and floor to improve room flow. In general, you’ll want to strive for a consistent theme that will bring together your fixture and appliance choices. Finally, consider water- and energy-efficient appliances to get even more bang for your buck.

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