Entry #1247, June 2, 2012
Being on a tight budget does not mean you cannot do a bathroom makeover in your home. Just take some time to explore and do your research about the things you desire to change. For instance, a low cost bathroom makeover is very much possible. This is something so exciting and very rewarding when you see the results.
There are several ways to make your bathroom look better without getting a bigger chunk of your income. Here are a few tips for a budget bathroom makeover:
Do a repainting job
The best way to get a noticeable makeover is by painting. Painting is the most dramatic and instant look you can get for the money. You may mix and match it with your bathroom accessories or create a themed color palette. Painting your bathroom will get rid of stain and dirt that have accumulated over the years. You can also eradicate cracks in the bathroom cement wall.
Add affordable and stylish lighting fixtures
There are several hardware shops that offer great discounts on different lighting fixtures. You may also change your incandescent bulb into an energy saving lighting like compact fluorescent lamp and light emitting diode or LED light. These types of lighting offer better lighting and are Eco-friendly. Visit your local home improvement center, lighting store or find an online source and look in there clearance and discount area for deals.
Change window panels and curtains
Another great option to makeover your bathroom is by changing the window treatments. There are several designs and styles you can choose from to fit your bathroom theme. Take time to shop and look for the best window and shower curtains available that suit your budget. Choose a brighter color for your curtains to catch attention and highlight your windows. Consider the color palette in the bathroom and coordinate with wall color and bath linen colors.
Remember to clean your bathroom thoroughly to compliment your budget makeover. Whichever of these tips you choose to use, remember that a bathroom makeover shouldn’t set you back to pay for it. Consider doing the bathroom in phases to cut down on costs too!
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