One of the most heavily used rooms in your entire house is your bathroom. It is also one of the most overlooked when it comes to upgrades. One thing that I’ve learned over the years is that you don’t have to spend a lot of money to liven up the look of a bathroom. Here are five ways to keep a bathroom looking fresh:
A quick and inexpensive way to liven up a bathroom is to replace the fixtures on everything. Sync them all up together so the entire room is tied in with the upgraded faucets and coverings that you have selected.
Cabinetry can completely revolutionize the look of a bathroom. While many have a small amount of storage space, they also traditionally have a lot of freed up wall space without a purpose. Use some of this extra space to add in cabinets to keep the entire room organized and sleek.
The vanity is a focal point of the bathroom. With this in mind, simply updating or upgrading this fixed piece to the room can give it an entirely new dynamic.
With a little bit of extra time, anyone can throw in some high-quality flooring options that are simple to put together (even with no experience at all). This flooring will give the entire room a new look, even with older vanities, showers and tubs.
#5. Ditch The Tub
A modern approach to bathroom design has done away with tubs altogether. This allows for someone to upgrade their shower and make it wider and more luxurious once the unused tub is out of the way.
These are a few weekend projects that anyone can do to liven up the look of a bathroom. Consider these tips as you ponder which choice (or all of them) could improve the aesthetic appeal of this high-traffic room in the house.