3 creative ways to improve your bathroom for cheap
Remodeling projects are exciting. They bring out your creative side and get you to come up with ideas on how to improve your home. Although a major concern is the amount that you have to spend, you can remodel and redesign even while on a budget. The bathroom, for example, is one of the rooms that you can improve without spending much.
Here are three ways you can improve your bathroom for less.
Give walls texture and style
A fresh coat of paint is the cheapest way to improve your bathroom. The colors and design will depend on the style that you are going for. If you’re the minimalist type, black and white are your go to colors. You can paint the top half of the wall with black and then paint the lower half with white. And then choose tiles that have a black and white pattern to accent your bathroom floor. White paint will also make your bathroom appear bigger. So if you have small bathrooms, white paint will be a good idea. If you’re the bright and bold type, choose bright and bold colors or choose wallpaper that fits your style. There are a lot of color schemes that you can choose from. Adding texture to your bathroom walls will also liven up this space. You can do this by adding panel boards or just about anything that gives your bathroom a unique feel.
Visit a flea market in your area and look for console tables or any table that has a vintage look. Turn this into a vanity table for your bathroom or use it to hold a sink. You just need to moisture-proof and waterproof it and it will be ready for your bathroom. Existing furniture around your home can also make their way to your bathroom for a drop-in sink or for storage. Vintage shelves can also be added to your wall to store bath essentials. Consider going green and add plants. Place them in upcycled pots.
Little details such as fixtures can improve your bathroom. And the good thing is they’re not that expensive. So give your light fixtures, faucets, towel racks, knobs, showerheads, and bathroom sink units an update. When choosing light and water fixtures, consider those that are environment-friendly and help you conserve water or energy. There are a lot of low-flow water fixtures to help you save water as well as money. This way, you’re helping the environment and yourself. When searching for these items, you don’t have to immediately go to your home improvement store. Visit a flea market and see what you can use for a towel rack as well as for knobs and drawer pulls. Make sure that they are coordinated in terms of design and style. These may be small details but they create a big impact in the overall look of your bathroom.
Improving your bathroom doesn’t have to be expensive. And the good thing about doing this is you’re adding more value to your home. So get creative and start working on your home improvement project.
Disclosure: This is a collaboration post.