When it comes to remodeling the bathroom, there are dozens (if not 100s) of decisions to make. And sometimes it can be overwhelming, especially when you’re deciding what to keep, toss, and update.
Use the following tips to help you decide.
Whether it’s a dated finish or cracked molding — chances are your tub’s looking a little tired. Don’t simply assume this means it has to be replaced. A brand new tub can take a substantial chunk out of your remodeling budget. And, it can increase your timeline by weeks.
Luckily, with Bath Fitter’s custom tub inserts, you can update your tub quickly and affordably.
Hate your sink? Older sink models are often less than functional, sloshing water or consuming the entire vanity. Replacing your sink can be a great way to completely transform the look of your bathroom. But, this doesn’t have to mean you drop a bunch of coin to do so. You can frequently find good deals on use sinks that are just as good as buying something brand new.
Unless your cabinets have structural damage, these are a feature you can often keep. If you really detest the way they look, consider giving them a fresh coat of paint.
Not loving how your mirror looks? Don’t fret. You don’t need to run out and buy a new one. Try re-framing the one you currently have. This is a fabulous DIY solution to creating a brand-new look with your existing bathroom fixtures.
The floor can be one of the most cumbersome updates. If you’re looking to make your remodel as quick and cost-effective as possible, only update the floor if there is structural damage. Otherwise, you can give the floor a fresh look by replacing the bathmat or adding a bathroom rug.