As the most frequented room in the house, we think it’s important that you like your bathroom. There are some great ways to update your bathroom without a complete overhaul, and understanding your options and price breakdown is a great place to start.
Here are some ideas:
Adopt a Minimalist Bathroom
Removing decor and minimizing counter top clutter will bring an entire new look to your bathroom. However, to achieve a full minimalist look, most bathrooms will be remodeled white and with clean, clear lines in the tiles. This high white allows for a clean look that matches just about any style, accent, or color scheme. It will also be the most forgiving was bathroom remodel trends change through the years. Once the tile and wall color reads more minimalist, you’re free to buy a small amount of decor.
Install a Pre-Designed Bathroom Sink Cabinet
Having a lack of storage can make things feel like they have no designated place, and therefore everything stays messy & unorganized. While custom cabinets can be quite an investment if you’re not ready, installing prebuilt cabinets is a great way to cut your budget, spice up the bathroom, and create more functional storage space. There is a wide variety of bathroom cabinet and vanities and numerous bathroom countertops to choose from.
Upgrade Your Technology
What does it mean to have bathroom technology? Well, it could be as easy as installing a water-efficient toilet. It could also mean installing new mirrors that have screens built in to them so you can watch the news or your favorite TV show while you’re waking up in the morning, or getting ready for bed at night. There are also tile floor heaters with timers for those cold, winter mornings. Sometimes, just installing a light dimmer and replacing the bulb with a dimmer bulb is enough to change your entire bath time experience.
Optimize Your Storage
While a pedestal sink may be the look you’re wanting, it might be more important to have a bathroom with functionality and storage. Under sink cabinets, as well as, hanging cabinets over the toilet, are great places to store towels, toiletries, etc. The back of the bathroom door is aa great place for hangers for towels, too. Drawers and hanging cabinets can be optimized with baskets and behind the door hangers to fit a variety of things.
Need more ideas for your bathroom remodel? Our consultants at Bright Star Handyman Service would love to help you out. Reach out to us today for more information!