12 Inexpensive Tips to Spruce up your Bathroom
You don’t need to have a large budget to spruce up your bathroom. With a few tips and tricks you can update your space in time for holiday guests without sacrificing your cash or style!
- Paint: A gallon of paint can do wonders to update your bathroom. Cost $24-$30
- Change your faucet: Since your faucet is the center of attention in any bathroom, an updated faucet will do wonders to spruce up bathroom. You can read our faucet buying guide for more detailed information. Cost $60.00 and up.
- Change your Wall-mounted Bath accessories: Often overlooked, but a very inexpensive way to modernize the look of your bathroom. Cost $35.00 and up.
- Change your mirror: If you have a mirror and not a medicine cabinet, you can swap it out with one you already have in another room for an instant style update. However purchasing a new one will not break your bank either. Cost $40 and up.
- Change your Countertop accessories: Depending on the style you’re going for, the options may be as easy as re-purposing something you already have in your home. You can also find great choices at local discount stores. Cost $5.00 and up.
- Change your bathmat: Bathmats are not only practical they can also be a great décor element. And with so many styles to choose from, you’re sure to find one that suits your needs. Cost $8 and up.
- Toilet seat: The choices for toilet seats are innumerable. You can go from tasteful plastic or wood single color toilet seats to extremely decorated seats that are finished in different materials. Cost $25.00 and up.
- Paint your Vanity: This part may require a bit more of a time investment, however, the results will be worth it. Cost $60.00.
- Shower Curtain: The selection of shower curtains is extensive because it is one of the larger elements in your bath. The shower curtain could be one of the main changes that will set the tone for your décor style. Cost $12.00 and up.
- Lighting: You may not need to change your lighting fixture, changing the Glass portion on your wall lights might be all that’s necessary. Cost $20.00 and up.
- Wall Decals: This would be an inexpensive way to add a bit of character to your bath with a very small investment. Cost $8.00 and up.
- Wall Art: I bet if you look around your home you will find plenty of things you can frame and use as wall art, these can be old post cards or greeting cards, vintage pictures of your family, images in a magazine. You can purchase new frames at the dollar store and repaint them.
Whether you want to create décor with panache or go for the more subdued minimalist look, it is clear that you can achieve your goal and spruce up your bathroom with very little investment and a bit of creativity.