Bath and Shower Renovation Tips
Bath and shower renovations can make a great difference in both the look and feel of your home. So often, bathrooms get neglected when people are budgeting to give their home a "new look"; however, they can also provide personal relaxation in an otherwise tense time.
Imagine the feeling of a warm jacuzzi after a long day, or a shower with 5 heads hitting sore muscles with warm water from all sides. Perhaps a shower sauna, allowing you some much needed quite time.
It is true that shower and bath renovations can be very difficult, especially when you only have a small budget to work with; but, using the following tips will help you get the job done, without leaving a huge impact on your wallet.
- Adding a new vanity faucet in a brushed or satin finish will give a fresh look to the entire vanity area; and they are easy to maintain daily, as opposed to the old time standard high gloss.
- Considering new paint is a must in any updating process. You can dramatically change the square footage with a small investment. Try to step out of your comfort zone and try a new color with a higher degree of intensity than is usual in your typical color choices. You can also buy one of the small samples of paint that are offered at the big box stores for a nominal fee in a lighter or darker shade than that for the body of the room to be used as accents on accessories.
- Organize your bath. Try to look at it from an outsider’s perspective. Find what you can store out of site without creating too much inconvenience to your daily grooming routine. You can place small grooming items and cosmetics in baskets or containers to help de-clutter your space. Select containers that are colorful and decorative to harmonize with your bath.
- Lighting should always be addressed when considering a bathroom renovation. It is imperative to have good lighting in your grooming area, and it will brighten up your entire bath. A new style will add just the right touch to your d