Get Your Painting Clothes On
If nothing else, a fresh coat of paint can breathe new life into an old bathroom and is an easy task that can be done by almost anyone. Whether you’re completely changing the color scheme of your bathroom, or freshening up old, worn-down paint, you won’t find a much easier bathroom update that conveys as much change as a new coat of paint.
New Electrical Outlets and Light switches
Nothing screams “worn out” like old, builder-grade light switches, electrical outlets, and faceplates. As long as you have access to your fuse box or circuit breaker, these drab eyesores can be easily and inexpensively replaced. Like many other bathroom fixtures, electrical outlets, light switches, and faceplates come in a variety of styles, from brushed nickel, to designer woodwork. If you’re repainting anyway, take this opportunity to replace these eyesores while the faceplates are off.
Pull the Plug on Your Old Tub
To really make a splash during your bathroom remodel, pull out your old, basic wall-mounted tub and replace it with a modern, sleek freestanding bathtub. For an added sense of elegance, consider a beautiful cast iron clawfoot tub to bring out the character in your newly remodeled bathroom.
Upcycle Your Vanity
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Modern sinks, such as vessel sinks, are designed to allow you to bring your creative side out during a bathroom remodel. Rather than relying on a manufactured bathroom vanity, hit up local garage stores, flea markets, and thrift stores to find an old dresser or table that can be redecorated and re-purposed as your chic new bathroom vanity. Not only will this unique centerpiece steal the show, but it will be a one-of-a-kind piece of bathroom furniture that truly shows off your creative ability and style.
Freshen Up Those Faucets
Installing new bathroom sink faucets is inexpensive and can be completed in just about an hour in many situations. A touch of brushed nickel, or an elegant oil rubbed bronze faucet may just be the finishing touch that you need to tie together your new bathroom remodel.