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After Visiting our showroom & discussing with our consultants, we create your Ideal kitchen from Zero to Hundred to increase your home's resale value.

If you're fed up with your bathroom & want a complete redesign by expert hands, then you're in luck because we know how to get it done!

If your current flooring has started to wear, fade, discolor or even break, then it's time for a change. Hopefully our consultants at UKB will do just that.

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Unique Kitchen & Baths is a remodeling company based in Mission Viejo, California specializing in Kitchen and bathroom remodeling for customers property. With over 20 years of experience, & 50,000 happy customers, no Design Idea is impossible for us, and our contractors and Architects are there with you Every Step of the Way to guide you through an easy & simple remodeling process. Click the Button below, to learn more about our company.

Benefits of Remodeling

Beyond increasing resale value, remodeling improves functionality and aesthetics. Outdated layouts and finishes can detract from usability and flow. You can boost convenience and storage by reconfiguring the space and updating elements like cabinetry, lighting, countertops, and fixtures.

New materials and appliances also provide a fresh, modern look. Remodeling lets homeowners customize their kitchens and baths to suit personal lifestyle needs and design tastes.

Additionally, remodeling improves energy efficiency. New insulation, windows, lighting, and appliances reduce utility bills.

Safety is another critical benefit, as you can upgrade electrical, install grasp bars and slip-resistant surfaces, and ensure proper ventilation.

Overall, kitchen and bathroom remodels deliver invaluable enhancements. With strategic planning, you can increase comfort and enjoyment while adding real value.

Latest Trends

 Kitchen and bathroom remodeling projects are excellent opportunities to implement the latest design trends.
Here are some of the most popular trends for 2024:

Open Concept

Open-concept kitchens and bathrooms continue gaining popularity. Removing walls between rooms creates greater space and allows more natural light. It also enables better flow between living areas. Open shelving, minimal upper cabinets, and peninsula islands help maintain openness. Consider knockdown ceiling textures or removed soffits to open sightlines. Glass cabinet doors also enhance light and space.

Smart Appliances

Smart home technology is making its way into kitchens and bathrooms. Appliances with WiFi connectivity allow control via apps and voice assistants. Fridges can track expiration dates, ovens can start preheating before you arrive home, and robotic vacuums can keep floors clean. Touchless faucets, toilet flushes, soap dispensers, and lights help reduce germ transmission. Mirror TVs allow viewing while getting ready. Smart showers track usage and automatically adjust temperatures.

Recycled Materials

Sustainable design using recycled, reclaimed, and refinished materials is rising. Options include recycled glass tiles, reclaimed wood floors and barn doors, and refinished vanities. Using environmentally conscious materials gives new life to waste products. It reduces the environmental impact compared to mining new materials. Reclaimed materials also provide unique, rusic aesthetics.

Design Considerations

The design requires careful thought and planning when remodeling your kitchen or bathroom. The layout, storage, lighting, materials, and other elements mix to develop a functional and visually appealing new space.


The layout sets the overall flow and functionality of the room. For kitchens, focus on creating convenient work triangles between the sink, stove, and refrigerator. Allow enough space between appliances, cabinets, and countertops for multiple people to work comfortably. For bathrooms, arrange fixtures and storage logically that works for your routines.


Maximize storage space with cabinets, drawers, shelves, and organizational solutions. The kitchen includes places to store cooking tools, dishes, pantry items, and more. For bathrooms, incorporate medicine cabinets, built-in shelving, and vanities. Consider your needs and habits to create customized spaces.


Proper lighting serves both form and function. Include overhead fixtures, under-cabinet lighting, and accent lighting. Layer lighting for brightness when prepping food or doing tasks, and a softer ambiance for relaxing. Position fixtures thoughtfully.


For counters, popular options include granite, quartz, marble, butcher block, and more stained wood, painted wood, and thermofoil suit many designs for cabinets. Choose flooring, fixtures, and other elements accordingly.

Working with Contractors

Choosing the best contractor is one of the urgent decisions you’ll make during a kitchen or bathroom remodel. Research potential contractors, get quotes, check references, and make sure you fully comprehend the contract before signing.

  • Get bids from at least three contractors before deciding. Provide each contractor with the same detailed scope of work.
  • Compare the itemized quotes side by side. Look at the total cost as well as specific line items.
  • Ask questions if you see big differences in costs for similar work.
  • Don’t automatically choose the lowest bid. Make sure the contractor fully understands your project scope.

Doing your due diligence on the front end will help ensure you end up with a qualified, reputable contractor who completes the project on time and on budget.

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Setting a Budget

Investing heavily in a kitchen or bathroom remodel might be costly. The secret to making sure you get the design you want and don’t go over budget is to set a reasonable budget.

Most experts estimate that a big kitchen makeover will cost you between 10% and 15% of your home’s worth, while a bathroom redesign will cost you between 5% and 10%.

However, prices differ greatly depending on layout modifications, material selection, unique features, and location, among other variables. The mean cost of a mid-range major kitchen makeover in the United States is approximately $66,000, but the average cost of a bathroom redesign is $19,000.

With careful planning and resourceful design choices, you can remodel your kitchen or bath beautifully while sticking to your budget parameters. Define your must-haves, look for cost-saving opportunities, and work with professionals who can deliver results affordably.


Remodeling Process

Remodeling a kitchen or bathroom is a major project that requires careful planning and execution. Here are the key steps involved:


This is the most critical stage. Take time to think through your goals, must-haves, nice-to-haves, and budget. Consult with designers and contractors to evaluate options. Create a detailed plan specifying materials, appliances, layout, timeline, and costs. Obtain permits early as they can impact the design.


Depending on the extent of your remodel, you may need plumbing, electrical, demolition, and building permits from your local municipality. Many areas require licensed professionals to do this work. Permits protect homeowners by ensuring work meets the code.


With permits ready, it’s time to rip out old cabinets, flooring, appliances, and fixtures to make way for the new. Demolition can be messy and disruptive. Protect surfaces and belongings from dust—disconnect and cap plumbing and electrical as needed.


The construction phase involves framing, plumbing, electrical, drywall, painting, cabinetry, countertops, fixtures, appliances and more. Pay special attention to proper ventilation—schedule inspections. A general contractor can coordinate all subcontractors.



Finally, it’s time to install the finishing touches, like lighting, hardware, accessories, caulking, and toiletries. Make sure all work meets your specifications before making final payments. Enjoy your brand-new kitchen or bath!


Disinfect sinks and faucets to prevent buildup of minerals or soap scum. Sweep and mop floors frequently, using cleaners suitable for the flooring type.

Kitchens, in particular, can accumulate grease.

Degrease appliances like stoves and ovens regularly. Clean any vents or air filters so they work efficiently. Run water in unused drains weekly to prevent clogs. Keep trash and recycling bins clean and odor-free. Overall, establishing routines for deep cleaning every month or two will help maintain cleanliness.


Even high-quality remodeling work may need occasional repairs over time. Sealants and caulking around sinks, tubs, showers, and tiles can crack or wear down, leading to leaks or water damage.

Re-caulk these joints every one to three years. Grout between tiles also may need to be resealed periodically.

Repair minor damage right away, like chipped surfaces or drawer glides. Address any moisture issues immediately to prevent mold growth. Keep manuals and warranties on hand for maintenance guidelines for specialty items like cabinets, lighting, or appliances. Know who to contact if repairs are complex, like the original contractor if possible.


While the major elements of a remodel can last decades, design trends change over time. Updating select surfaces, fixtures, or accents can provide an easy refresh years later. Change cabinet hardware for a new look.

Swap outdated light fixtures. Replace a chipped backsplash mosaic with on-trend tile. Improving storage solutions or counter space can refresh a kitchen’s workflow. New bathroom vanities, toilets, or faucets can update convenience and style. Carefully research what’s involved before updating to avoid unintended costs or issues. With smart planning, modest updates here and there can extend the enjoyment and functionality of your remodeled rooms.

With some eco-conscious remodeling choices, you can give your home a fresh new look while reducing your environmental footprint. A green remodel helps the planet and can pay off in the long run through utility savings and improved home performance.

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