When it comes to your home decor, your bathroom might be the last room on your long list of “to-dos”. The reasons can vary, but for many homeowners, it’s due to their budget or a need to fix another issue first. Regardless of the reason, there are many small ways you can improve your home’s bathroom without breaking the bank. From adding storage to a quick coat of paint, here are some small, but impactful, ways you can update your bathroom:
Try a Fresh Coat of Paint
Known as a simple but very effective trick, adding a fresh coat of paint can bring life into your dull and dated bathroom. You can go with a new fresh color palette, or just repaint with the same color to cover any dents, streaks, or dings in the walls.
Frame a Mirror
Have a large but standard mirror? Reframe it to give it a wow factor. If it’s a large mirror, you can use shimmer tiles to create a border, or just simply buy an accent frame and reframe the glass to be the accent piece in your room.
Add More Storage
Struggling to find a place for your bathroom toiletries? Turn some wasted space into some much-needed storage. If you have a pedestal sink, you can add a curtain around it to hide odds and ends. Place shelving over your toilet, or multiple towel racks, above each other on the wall for more storage, too.
Consider a Fixture Upgrade
When’s the last time you’ve changed your sink faucet or showerhead? By upgrading to a more modern look, you can refresh your sink and possibly save some cash in the long run. You may even want to consider upgrading to water-conserving or low-flow products; they can significantly lower your water bill and are environmentally friendly, too.
Looking to get reliable plumbing for your new or remodeled home? Interested in making the switch to low flow fixtures? Schedule a free estimate with an expert at O'Leary Plumbing, Heating & Electrical.