These four quick DIY tasks can have dramatic results with the addition of a few accessories.
When thinking about remodeling your home, focus on the kitchen and bathrooms if you want the most bang for your buck. It can indeed cost a small fortune to renovate both of these spaces; however, you can find less expensive ways to refresh them.
Remodeling your boring bathroom may be easier than you think with a few simple DIY tasks and adding some new accessories. Here are tips and tricks for refreshing a bathroom in as little as a weekend—no contractors needed.
One way to bring a new look to the space is to paint the walls or vanity a fresh new color. It is typically better to stick with neutral colors for the bathroom. Nice soothing colors like a soft blue or green are relaxing and can be a great accent color for around a tub area.
Update Your Mirror
It may be time to give that plain builder-grade mirror an overhaul. If you want to use the same mirror, you can get a custom frame to evoke more personality. There are the DIY frame kits from MirrorMate (this link is external) that have you measure your mirror, then choose from a variety of frame styles. The frame kit arrives at your door and you can assemble it in minutes.
Modernize the Hardware
Older hardware, from faucets to drawer pulls, can make a bathroom appear outdated. Switch out your current hardware for something more modern. Mixed metals are trending right now; we’re seeing black with brass and brass with chrome.
Shop the internet for variety of manufacturers and a vast selection.
You can update and refresh the bathrooms, especially the guest bathroom by simply replacing your linens and adding new accessories.
To finish off the look, add an air-purifying indoor plant, a natural tray for texture, and a favorite candle to a shelf for an attractive display. You can also find small bottles made of interesting glass to place on a shelf or around the vanity.
You will be so surprised how these little modifications change the entire atmosphere in the bathroom.
And as an extra tip – when shopping for accessories for the bathroom look at TJ Maxx, Marshall’s, Target and Home Goods for special finds that do not cost a fortune. Also, if you don’t want to go online to find knobs etc. to switch out in your bathroom just go to Ikea, Lowe’s or Home Depot. They also have great selections.
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