Many people tend to get bored of how their bathroom looks as it ages. The only thing stopping them from renewing it is their budget and the costs involved in making a decent makeover. Well, if you’re one of those people, try the following tips and ideas and you won’t regret it. They are affordable and they would definitely have a great visual impact on your bathroom.
One of the most things that could change the look of a bathroom is its floor. Changing the tiles is a large step to a whole new look. Opt for good quality and inexpensive tiling and try sticking to light colors ecru, oyster, beige, or almond, especially if you’re blessed with quite small bathroom. Also, try using glass and mirrors as much as you can in your bathroom’s new fixtures. Opt for a wall-mounted cabinetry with mirror doors. Try having a vanity with glass doors.
If you have an old built-in sink in a large vanity, replace that with a wall-mounted sink. Thus, making your bathroom look more open and wide. However, this may cause you to lose a huge storage space, as well as the counter area where you used to display decorative pieces. If this is the case, you can have open shelving or built-in shelves. You could also have a vanity customized into being only six inches deep.
It could be smaller or bigger than that depending on your needs and how big your bathroom is.
You might be comfortable with your old bathroom fixtures and it would cost you a lot changing them to blend with your new tiles. Have you considered repainting them? It will absolutely cost you less and they will look almost new!
Also, faucets tend to stop sparkling as they age and due to frequent usage. Look for chrome. Stainless steel or brass faucets as they would go well with any type of decor you have. Lighting fixtures and how they are placed always change how a room looks like.
They could make a room seem spacious and large and they could easily make it look tight and small. Choose fluorescent light bulbs and make sure your bathroom is well-lit. Finally you could augment the room by some small decorative items such as candles, a soft rug, fluffy towels, etc.