Want to make the most of a half bath or bathroom by adding some designer flair? Here are some bathroom renovation ideas that are sure to please everyone in your household. A contractor may be needed for some jobs, while others can be done easily and inexpensively by the homeowner. Either way, implementing any of these suggestions will make your area feel brand new.
High-Style Bathroom and Kitchen Fixtures
Fixtures for water supply and waste disposal are often functional elements that can be repurposed to alter the aesthetic feel of a space. If you’re handy and don’t mind getting your hands dirty, swapping out plumbing fixtures is a chore you can accomplish yourself without finding the right plumbing company.
Changing the fixtures on your sink and/or bathtub and/or shower is easy and has a far larger impact on the room’s appearance than you may expect. It’s a minor detail that can go a long way towards making a space feel complete when you choose plumbing fixtures that reflect the aesthetic you’re going for in the area (e.g., modern and sleek, opulent and luxurious, or clean and classic).
Refurbished hardware and freshly painted cabinetry
Replacing a vanity might be costly, but you can give it a whole new look with some paint and complementary accessories. Paint your vanity to add a splash of colour to a bathroom, which is typically decorated in muted tones. (It also takes less time than painting the entire space.)
Bathroom remodelling ideas for any size space, from the smallest powder room to the largest master suite, can be exciting and creative. Floor tiles with texture or a mosaic with colours that complement or contrast the wall colours are stylish options. Given the variety of possibilities, the sky (or rather, the ground) is the limit.
Bathrooms in space: the final frontier
Feel like something is missing from your bathroom because of that one wall? Shelving is a great addition, whether it’s to store books or a few decorative candles. Towels, toilet paper, and other bathroom necessities take up a lot of room, so it’s important to have adequate storage.
Wall murals: not just for corporate walls
Wall-sized posters and murals are easily accessible. Bathrooms can be instantly revitalised with beautiful scenery like the Eiffel Tower or a white sand beach with clear blue sea. Pick a poster big enough to cover the wall, then cut it to size, leaving gaps only for outlets, switches, etc.
Complete wall coverage
All wall treatments, but wallpaper in particular, can make a statement. Pick out hues and patterns that appeal to you and work well in the room. One can also be daring and use a variety of coverings that go well together.
Consider the mirror on the wall
Who has the hippest bathroom design? The traditional “go-to” for sprucing up a room or making it seem larger is mirrors. Why? Since it achieves the desired results. It’s important to remember that you don’t have to “keep it simple” if you decide to hang a mirror (or two). Mirrors can be found in the shape of waves or framed in exquisite designs. Where’s the catch? You should opt for something that not only fits well but also looks nice on you.