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Denver Bathroom Cabinetry: Replacement Reasoning

March 12, 2021

Bathrooms, like many other spaces in a home, are extremely versatile and receive a fair amount of use no matter which category they fall under. There are often en suite options, which serve as an accompaniment to the master or a Jack-and-Jill setup - guest baths, which may or may not feature a tub, and then half-baths, serving both guests and homeowners alike depending on their exact location. These differences also often feature various designs with a master bath typically receiving the most space, care, and amenities.

Depending on the scope of your project, renovating any of these areas will often increase home value. Whether you plan to enjoy the newly installed comforts yourself or are looking for a quality return on your investment, consider replacing the existing bathroom cabinetry. In fact, there are often noticeable signs which point to an upgrade being a likely remedy to an existing situation.


One of the most common issues in any bathroom is the storage space. If you find countertops cluttered with items which should otherwise occupy a drawer or cabinet, then it may be a sign that remodeling your existing setup is necessary. Not only can you create more space, but it may also help with organization. Depending on if the project is in a guest or master bath, the changes could lead to a quality impression or guaranteed good start to your day.


Outdated cabinetry, either by color or design, may also indicate the need for a replacement. If your bathroom hasn’t been updated since the 1960’s or 70’s then a step into modern design may be warranted. Forget about rounded, hollow knobs atop pastel colors and immediately move your bathroom into the 21st century with an updated design. 

Sink Use

If your home doesn’t currently have what many would consider to be a master bath or another common/guest room is being shared among others who live underneath your roof, then arguments about occupancy can be expected. If you have individuals fussing over the use of a sink or countertop space, then considering a remodel may be ideal. Not only will you possibly be able to incorporate a dual sink, but it could also open up space and allow for shared usage times. Either option can be a life saver depending on the extent of your current situation.

If you’re ready to remodel your existing bathroom then look no further than the highly qualified experts at HTI Granite and Cabinetry. Serving Denver and surrounding areas, including Wyoming, for years, we’re here to help and assist with any bathroom or kitchen remodeling project you have in mind. Able to offer both suggestions and provide a look at what your future kitchen or bathroom can be, our quality countertops or cabinets will be a welcome addition to your home. A lifetime of memories and functionality, upgrading to granite or one of our other extremely serviceable countertop surfaces will be one of the best decisions you’ve made. Feel free to contact us today in order to get started or call 1-866-707-7772 prior to visiting our showroom and see what the future has in store for your rooms today.-