Updating A Small Bathroom On A Budget

Updating A Small Bathroom On A Budget

BHG.com Bathrooms Bathroom Remodeling Ideas DIY Bathroom Projects Low-Cost Bathroom Updates Refresh your bathroom in a weekend or less with these affordable makeover ideas. By Jan Soults Walker Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google Plus Email Print More Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In DIY Bathroom Projects 14 Ideas for a DIY Bathroom Vanity Our Best Ideas for a Bathroom Backsplash Must-See Vanity Makeovers Easy DIY Bathroom Projects Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Add Some Wow Add some glam into your powder room with affordable new features, such as a dramatic mirror and glass and chrome accent shelves and towel bars. Create wainscoting with wall covering that looks like white painted beaded board and paint the upper half of the walls a rich contrasting color. 2 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Paint Refresher When your existing vanity cabinet offers good storage, nice lines, and sturdy construction, renew the look with a fresh coat of paint or stain. For a previously stained cabinet, sand off the old finish and apply updated stain color. You should also sand the gloss off a previously painted cabinet and smooth out any damage with filler, and then apply a coat of primer. Finish with a topcoat of color. Must-have tips for any bathroom remodel. 3 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Boost Cabinet Efficiency Add pullout shelves to deep cabinets to keep necessities in order and viewable. Equipping cabinet interiors with these sliding surfaces helps you avoid digging around in the dark or buying more of the things you already have on hand. 4 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Fields of Possibility Low-cost white field tiles are an affordable choice to finish a shower surround and the lower portion of bathroom walls. Spice up the look with a band of accent tiles, such as these sleek black liner tiles that visually link the shower and vanity area. See how to cut tile like a pro! 5 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Rustic Win Snag a flea market console or occasional table for just a few dollars and convert it into a stylish primitive vanity. A table also offers a comfortable surface height to support a vessel-style sink. Retrofit the top to accept a faucet. Or, use a wall-mount faucet, and there’s no need to cut into the table. Moisture-proof and protect the wood top with several coats of clear polyurethane. 6 of 26 Facebook Pinterest In a New Light You’ll see your bathroom in a whole new light if you change out a dated light fixture for something that’s new and dramatic. Glass features and a layered look give this new light fixture mysterious sparkle. Must-have tips for any bathroom remodel. 7 of 26 Facebook Pinterest High-Style Vanity Turn an existing piece of furniture into a vanity. Save on expensive cabinetry by cutting a hole in the top of a dresser or chest for a drop-in sink and faucet. Get inspired with these ideas for decorating your bathroom. 8 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Update a Medicine Cabinet Get more out of your medicine cabinet with quick and easy storage ideas from this video. Medicine Cabinet Storage 9 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Top Tactic Replacing the countertop, when the vanity is solid, refreshes the bathroom overall. For affordable options, consider preformed laminate, or check out costs for a remnant granite slab for a luxury look for less. 10 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Easy Enhancers Paint or refinish the cabinet doors for a quick and easy update. Also, install a new toilet seat and add a few matching accessories such as towel bars and a toilet paper holder. Switch out your shower controls and other hardware to create a unified suite look in just a few hours. 11 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Give Walls Texture Add architectural interest to a basic bath with beaded board. Installing panels is quicker and more affordable than installing individual boards. The panels are virtually indistinguishable from authentic beaded board and are sold in lightweight 4×8-foot sheets for about $20 each. 12 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Vintage Charm Find a great deal and inject a dose of personality into your bath with flea market gems. Architectural salvage yards and Internet auction sites are great suppliers of vintage tubs, sinks, countertops, flooring, benches, and unique accents. 13 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Add Function Make taking a bath and maintaining the tub more convenient by installing a handheld sprayer. It eases chores such as rinsing hair and cleaning the tub. Shop for a new showerhead. 14 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Repurposed Storage Add stylish storage using flea market finds. If your bathroom is too small for a freestanding piece of furniture, consider adding a vintage shelf or old drawer backed with pretty paper that hangs on the wall and stores bath essentials. Clean and give it a fresh coat of paint. To hang a drawer-turned-shelf, drill through the back and into studs in the wall. 15 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Declutter with Organizers Use spring-loaded separators, valet trays, and small acrylic trays in vanity drawers to keep lipsticks and other cosmetics in order. Get more storage solutions for your bathroom. 16 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Multifunctional Furniture Bring in furniture to add utility and character. An old shelving unit updated with paint provides a bath-side perch for towels, soaps, and accessories. 17 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Panel Discussion Smartly patterned fabric curtain panels stand in as shower curtains to give this bathroom a designer touch that’s easy and budget friendly. Pair fabric panels with a clear plastic shower liner to block splatters. If your bathtub and flooring have seen better days, consider having the tub surface professionally refinished and opt for a new tile floor. 18 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Stylish Storage Trick your bathroom into storing more while upgrading its style with open shelves, baskets, and pretty containers. 19 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Beat the Band Glass mosaic tiles look sharp but can be pricey. Incorporate a thin band among field tiles on a floor and instantly give your bathroom an expensive custom-designed appearance. Get the guide to your bathroom remodel here! 20 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Storage Convenience A medicine cabinet can fit neatly between wall studs above the bathroom sink, adding storage and style right where you need it. Add a mirror to the inside back to brighten the interior and make belongings easier to spot. 21 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Home Spa Pamper yourself and give your shower a luxury spa feel by switching out the old showerhead for a large rain-style showerhead. Many affordable models are readily available from home centers and thread easily onto existing plumbing. 22 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Embellish a Vanity Give an ordinary vanity or ready-to-assemble dresser star power in your bathroom by gluing lightweight decorative fretwork panels or overlays to drawer or door fronts. The expanded-PVC-foam overlays are 1/8 inch thick and come in standard sizes that can be trimmed with a utility knife, then applied with clear silicone adhesive. Paint the overlays to match the cabinet or to contrast for standout style. 23 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Think White Pick out basic white components for your must-have bath features and save thousands in remodeling dollars. White sinks, tubs, and toilets all cost less than those in colors because manufacturers make and sell more of them. 24 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Spice is Nice Square 6×6-inch white porcelain or ceramic tiles cost as little as 50 cents each so you can cover a lot of wall space for a paltry sum. No one will ever suspect you spent so little, however, when you kick up the look by mixing in a few decorative bands of sleek glass liner tiles that lend color and sparkle. 25 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Pattern Play Jazz up a boring bath with fabric and wall covering in two prominent patterns. In this bath, bold geometric zigzags on the fabric shower curtain and crisply tailored Roman window shade form an unexpected but successful partnership with a nature-inspired wallpaper, replete with butterflies, birds, and meandering vines. 26 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow 14 Ideas for a DIY Bathroom Vanity 14 Ideas for a DIY Bathroom Vanity Refinish a flea market find, update an existing stock cabinet, or upgrade a retail table for a personalized vanity you’ll love. Let these stylish ideas for a DIY bathroom vanity be your inspiration. Begin Slideshow » Related Our Best Ideas for a Bathroom Backsplash Must-See Vanity Makeovers Easy DIY Bathroom Projects
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Updating A Small Bathroom On A Budget

Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In DIY Bathroom Projects 14 Ideas for a DIY Bathroom Vanity Our Best Ideas for a Bathroom Backsplash Must-See Vanity Makeovers Easy DIY Bathroom Projects Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Add Some Wow Add some glam into your powder room with affordable new features, such as a dramatic mirror and glass and chrome accent shelves and towel bars. Create wainscoting with wall covering that looks like white painted beaded board and paint the upper half of the walls a rich contrasting color. 2 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Paint Refresher When your existing vanity cabinet offers good storage, nice lines, and sturdy construction, renew the look with a fresh coat of paint or stain. For a previously stained cabinet, sand off the old finish and apply updated stain color. You should also sand the gloss off a previously painted cabinet and smooth out any damage with filler, and then apply a coat of primer. Finish with a topcoat of color. Must-have tips for any bathroom remodel. 3 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Boost Cabinet Efficiency Add pullout shelves to deep cabinets to keep necessities in order and viewable. Equipping cabinet interiors with these sliding surfaces helps you avoid digging around in the dark or buying more of the things you already have on hand. 4 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Fields of Possibility Low-cost white field tiles are an affordable choice to finish a shower surround and the lower portion of bathroom walls. Spice up the look with a band of accent tiles, such as these sleek black liner tiles that visually link the shower and vanity area. See how to cut tile like a pro! 5 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Rustic Win Snag a flea market console or occasional table for just a few dollars and convert it into a stylish primitive vanity. A table also offers a comfortable surface height to support a vessel-style sink. Retrofit the top to accept a faucet. Or, use a wall-mount faucet, and there’s no need to cut into the table. Moisture-proof and protect the wood top with several coats of clear polyurethane. 6 of 26 Facebook Pinterest In a New Light You’ll see your bathroom in a whole new light if you change out a dated light fixture for something that’s new and dramatic. Glass features and a layered look give this new light fixture mysterious sparkle. Must-have tips for any bathroom remodel. 7 of 26 Facebook Pinterest High-Style Vanity Turn an existing piece of furniture into a vanity. Save on expensive cabinetry by cutting a hole in the top of a dresser or chest for a drop-in sink and faucet. Get inspired with these ideas for decorating your bathroom. 8 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Update a Medicine Cabinet Get more out of your medicine cabinet with quick and easy storage ideas from this video. Medicine Cabinet Storage 9 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Top Tactic Replacing the countertop, when the vanity is solid, refreshes the bathroom overall. For affordable options, consider preformed laminate, or check out costs for a remnant granite slab for a luxury look for less. 10 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Easy Enhancers Paint or refinish the cabinet doors for a quick and easy update. Also, install a new toilet seat and add a few matching accessories such as towel bars and a toilet paper holder. Switch out your shower controls and other hardware to create a unified suite look in just a few hours. 11 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Give Walls Texture Add architectural interest to a basic bath with beaded board. Installing panels is quicker and more affordable than installing individual boards. The panels are virtually indistinguishable from authentic beaded board and are sold in lightweight 4×8-foot sheets for about $20 each. 12 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Vintage Charm Find a great deal and inject a dose of personality into your bath with flea market gems. Architectural salvage yards and Internet auction sites are great suppliers of vintage tubs, sinks, countertops, flooring, benches, and unique accents. 13 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Add Function Make taking a bath and maintaining the tub more convenient by installing a handheld sprayer. It eases chores such as rinsing hair and cleaning the tub. Shop for a new showerhead. 14 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Repurposed Storage Add stylish storage using flea market finds. If your bathroom is too small for a freestanding piece of furniture, consider adding a vintage shelf or old drawer backed with pretty paper that hangs on the wall and stores bath essentials. Clean and give it a fresh coat of paint. To hang a drawer-turned-shelf, drill through the back and into studs in the wall. 15 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Declutter with Organizers Use spring-loaded separators, valet trays, and small acrylic trays in vanity drawers to keep lipsticks and other cosmetics in order. Get more storage solutions for your bathroom. 16 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Multifunctional Furniture Bring in furniture to add utility and character. An old shelving unit updated with paint provides a bath-side perch for towels, soaps, and accessories. 17 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Panel Discussion Smartly patterned fabric curtain panels stand in as shower curtains to give this bathroom a designer touch that’s easy and budget friendly. Pair fabric panels with a clear plastic shower liner to block splatters. If your bathtub and flooring have seen better days, consider having the tub surface professionally refinished and opt for a new tile floor. 18 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Stylish Storage Trick your bathroom into storing more while upgrading its style with open shelves, baskets, and pretty containers. 19 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Beat the Band Glass mosaic tiles look sharp but can be pricey. Incorporate a thin band among field tiles on a floor and instantly give your bathroom an expensive custom-designed appearance. Get the guide to your bathroom remodel here! 20 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Storage Convenience A medicine cabinet can fit neatly between wall studs above the bathroom sink, adding storage and style right where you need it. Add a mirror to the inside back to brighten the interior and make belongings easier to spot. 21 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Home Spa Pamper yourself and give your shower a luxury spa feel by switching out the old showerhead for a large rain-style showerhead. Many affordable models are readily available from home centers and thread easily onto existing plumbing. 22 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Embellish a Vanity Give an ordinary vanity or ready-to-assemble dresser star power in your bathroom by gluing lightweight decorative fretwork panels or overlays to drawer or door fronts. The expanded-PVC-foam overlays are 1/8 inch thick and come in standard sizes that can be trimmed with a utility knife, then applied with clear silicone adhesive. Paint the overlays to match the cabinet or to contrast for standout style. 23 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Think White Pick out basic white components for your must-have bath features and save thousands in remodeling dollars. White sinks, tubs, and toilets all cost less than those in colors because manufacturers make and sell more of them. 24 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Spice is Nice Square 6×6-inch white porcelain or ceramic tiles cost as little as 50 cents each so you can cover a lot of wall space for a paltry sum. No one will ever suspect you spent so little, however, when you kick up the look by mixing in a few decorative bands of sleek glass liner tiles that lend color and sparkle. 25 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Pattern Play Jazz up a boring bath with fabric and wall covering in two prominent patterns. In this bath, bold geometric zigzags on the fabric shower curtain and crisply tailored Roman window shade form an unexpected but successful partnership with a nature-inspired wallpaper, replete with butterflies, birds, and meandering vines. 26 of 26 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow 14 Ideas for a DIY Bathroom Vanity 14 Ideas for a DIY Bathroom Vanity Refinish a flea market find, update an existing stock cabinet, or upgrade a retail table for a personalized vanity you’ll love. Let these stylish ideas for a DIY bathroom vanity be your inspiration. Begin Slideshow » Related Our Best Ideas for a Bathroom Backsplash Must-See Vanity Makeovers Easy DIY Bathroom Projects

Updating A Small Bathroom On A Budget

Updating A Small Bathroom On A Budget
Updating A Small Bathroom On A Budget
Updating A Small Bathroom On A Budget
Updating A Small Bathroom On A Budget
Updating A Small Bathroom On A Budget

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