A powder room, often called a half-bath, is usually a small bathroom containing only a sink and toilet. Let the bathroom remodeling experts at Booher Remodeling Company give your lackluster powder room a facelift and see what a difference an update can make. We’ll work with you to pinpoint your style, understand your design preferences, and include you in the design process from start to finish. Powder rooms are often overlooked during home remodeling but updating them is generally quite manageable both in scope and in budget. Plus, they can be redone as part of major home renovations or as a simple home improvement project. Read on for some of our top tips on updating your powder room. Flooring – since the square footage is small, this is an excellent room to splurge on flooring. Bathroom floors can  take a heavy beating and you don’t want to replace them again a few years down the road so you want to get it right. Subway, hexagonal or marble tiles are classic options but colorful Mexican tile, cork flooring, or natural linoleum are interesting choices too. Sink & Vanity – when space is very limited, a pedestal sink or wall-mounted sink takes up the smallest footprint. In a slightly larger powder room, a floating vanity or small antique converted into a vanity looks great. Style & Finishes – in a small space, finishes and embellishments are particularly important. Mirrors, light fixtures, paint, wallpaper, and art all give you the opportunity to infuse the space with your style and personality. Green Tips – Making eco-friendly choices are simple when it comes to powder room renovations. Consider: • Dual-flush or low-flow toilets • Low-flow faucet • Low-VOC paints • Flooring made of recycled wood or sustainably-sourced materials • Vanity made of a repurposed piece of salvaged furniture Our design and remodeling experts are here for all of your bathroom, kitchen and home remodeling needs. Contact the Booher Remodeling Company of Indianapolis at (317) 852-5546 to schedule a consultation today. We would be pleased to work with you on your next project.