When it comes to bathroom remodeling, it can be extremely expensive and extremely time-consuming, preventing you from being able to use the space when necessary. There is, however, a way around this. Upgrading and targeting specific parts of the room allows for you to get the best of both worlds. This includes being able to use the space essentially whenever, as well as being able to not spend too much. Let’s take a look at some of the steps you can take to give your bathroom a new polished feel, without the price tag typically associated with that.
- Get new handles and pulls (hardware): getting new handles and pulls for drawers can change the atmosphere of your bathroom. You can go the classic route, and just get a shiny, round type of pull, or you can get adorable, little shapes, in the form of anything you could imagine. This can really push your bathroom over the edge, especially if you are going with a specific theme that can be matched, such as all-white, where you can get little gemstone pulls to give it some extra oomph, or a more spa-like bathroom, where you can get star-shaped pulls to create a relaxed feel.
- Replace Sink Faucets: It can be very expensive to replace an entire sink, especially because you probably must replace the surrounding area to match. Getting a new faucet allows for a new flair while spending less cash in the long-run.
- Replace the Mirrors: Replacing the mirrors in a bathroom can make a massive difference to any room. Whether it is increasing the size of the mirror, or going from an antique mirror to a modernized one, this is a great way to update your bathroom, and even get some more storage about it.
- Paint the Walls: Paint can really differentiate bathrooms. Whether you want to switch it up completely or think a different shade would work better, you can really make a change for the better. Maybe your bathroom is a bit small and has a darker paint color; you may want to think about lightening it up to make it look bigger. On a similar note, you may have a larger bathroom that is too bright and you want a more relaxed feel; darkening up the paint could really give the room that aura.