upgrade your bathroom with these easy tips

One of the most exhausting experiences is renovation when you are living in the house being renovated. Watching the building site unfold around you and having to live in plaster dust? Not the one. However, redecorating and remodeling doesn't have to be a hugely daunting - nor expensive - task. 

Instead, a bathroom update can be an easy one; it’s just a matter of planning. From buying up the silicone sealant to reseal the bathtub (and give it a new breath of life) to changing out the shower curtain, even the most minor changes can make a difference to the space. You can shop around for ideas for your bathroom but the chances are good that you already have something in mind. To add to it, here are our tips for easy bathroom upgrades you can appreciate.

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  • Paint the tiles. If you haven't done this before, you will find that your bathroom pops with the simple addition of paint to the tiles. Painting the old tiles - whether together or as individuals - brings a whole new look to the space and that’s what you’re going for. Just make sure that you use a proper tile paint that is suited to the wet areas of the home; it’ll make a difference and you won’t have to worry about mold growth.

  • Change up your cabinets. A good way to upgrade your bathroom is to replace your vanity and cabinets with new ones. If you don't quite have the funds to replace them and your cabinets are wooden, sand them down and reseal them with a new paint job. Again, just make sure that the paint is good for wet areas because you don't want your new cabinet to look moldy. Another good way to change up the bathroom when it comes to your cabinets is to change out the hardware. The cabinet pulls and drawer knobs are really going to look completely different with just one simple change.

  • Change up your fixtures and fittings. Trendy tapware can always make a bathroom look brand new, but so can swapping out the shower head. You don't have to replum the shower to swap the shower head either. Just simply unscrew the one you've got and re screw a new one.If you've got copper taps right now, then swap them, swap them out for matte black and see how much of a difference it can make.

  • Install a shower screen. If you've always lived with shower curtains then you might find the shower screen can make a big difference. You can choose to have a frameless shower screen or a pivot shower screen, but you can even have a fixed one where you would have to walk out behind it. A shower screen in the bathroom could open up the space and then you don't have to worry about soggy shower curtains anymore.

Upgrading your bathroom doesn't have to take a lot of money or a lot of time. You just need to know what you want first. 

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