First, you may want to start an ideas folder. Put in clipping from magazines of features you may want. Then prioritize items into things you "need" and things you want" - unless your budget is unlimited, then you only need a "want" list. Next, decide if you want to keep the existing floor plan or if you'll need to rearrange it or expand it. If the floor plan will change, create a layout of your new design on graph paper. At this stage you may need help from a professional depending on the scope of your project.

Adding a new bathroom will often recoup at least 90% of your investment when you sell your house, while remodeling an existing bathroom will usually pay back around 80-90%.

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