Start Your Bathroom Renovation
Anyone can do most of these bathroom remodel ideas, but there are a couple that may require assistance from a professional. Before tearing into walls, working with plumbing, or electricity, ensure that you have the proper knowledge and tools to accomplish the task. If not, an experienced professional can help you get the job done.
Update The Lighting
Replacing bathroom lights can make a big difference in a matter of seconds. You can add warm lighting, bright white lights, or even replace the fixture based on your preferences. Many older lighting fixtures acquire rust and grime, so it may be time for an upgrade.
Paint The Bathroom
The color of your bathroom sets a tone. Do you want a soft, neutral environment or a light, airy atmosphere? Pick up some paint samples and see how various colors compliment or contrast the other elements in your bathroom (like lighting, tile, or the bathroom floors). The endless possibilities are totally up to you, so have fun choosing your paint color. If your bathroom is smaller, remember that cool tones often make the space seem more open and a bit larger.
Adding Storage Space
Nowadays, there are countless ways to add space and organization to bathrooms. From bathroom mirrors with storage compartments to over-the-toilet linen racks, plenty of storage accessories will add to your bathroom design while creating extra space. If you don't have cabinets, or the ones you have aren't quite big enough, a bathroom remodel is the perfect time to find the ideal cabinet for your restroom.
Installing A Bidet
Out of all the bathroom remodeling ideas on this list, this one is a fan favorite. Installing a bidet provides various benefits, with some of those reaching far past the bathroom. From increased comfort, functionality, and long-term savings to environmental sustainability, bidets are the way to go. With numerous price and feature options, the cost isn't a problem. You just have to figure out which bidet is right for you.
Different bidet seats have varying features, like the Toto S550e's automatic toilet bowl mist, which sanitizes the bowl and spray nozzles with deionized water for a cleaner bathroom. Or, there's the Bio Bidet BB-2000 that has a "turbo" function to help you go. No matter which bidet you choose, it will be a bathroom upgrade you won’t regret!
Replace The Bathroom Vanity & Cabinet Hardware
Many homes have a less-than-ideal vanity to work with, which can affect storage space, appearance, and more. Explore the many options with replacing your bathroom countertop and find what fits your style and needs. Is it time for a double vanity, or maybe an upgrade to marble or granite surfaces? The choice is yours.
While going all-out and installing a new double vanity would be fantastic, it doesn't fit every budget. Not to mention the plumbing and remodeling labor costs. If that's not for you, stick with replacing the hardware and shining them up! This will add a nice touch while keeping the cost of your bathroom remodel down.
Your towels and linens play a big role in your bathroom design. They constantly hang and serve a purpose, but they are also prone to wear fast. Replacing bathroom linens is a simple refresh that goes a long way, especially when you coordinate the towel color with paint and other decor.
Tint Or Frost Window Glass
If there are blinds or curtains in your bathroom, consider smoking or tinting the windows for a cleaner look. This will let you confidently remove the curtains or blinds, preventing water absorption and grime from accumulating on them, especially if the shower is heavily used. Certain stores sell DIY window tint that makes the glass completely opaque from the outside. While window frosting will do the same, it will not be visible from the inside either.
Re-Tile Or Replace The Tub/Shower
This is a more significant task, so be sure to reach out and find a verified contractor in your area if needed. The space in your bathroom often limits you, but based on your preferences and budget, you can do numerous things with a shower/tub renovation. You could replace dull, dingy shower walls with tile, swap the tub for a jet spa, separate the shower and tub into two spaces, or knock the tub out for a walk-in shower. With so many options, this step may take some additional thought, but it will be well worth the finished result!
Decorate To Match
Now that the hard work is over, it's time for the fun part. There are many ways to decorate your bathroom, like hanging art or signs in extra wall space. You can also replace shower rods/curtains, soap dispensers, rugs, and other bathroom accessories to match your new bathroom design. Many bathroom pictures and decorations are made to dry quickly, and without damage, so you don't have to worry about shower steam. Swapping a few items can instantly transform the space, so browse and find the best decor.
Watch It All Come Together
After you have completed the bathroom remodel, it's time to relax and enjoy the space you have created. Whether you go big or stick to some simple and budget-friendly ideas, you can make a huge impact on the look, feel and function of the space. If tiling, flooring, plumbing, or electrical work aren't your thing, reach out to a professional and ask for assistance to avoid damaging the bathroom or house as a whole.
With creativity, effort, and a little help, you can transform your bathroom into a stylish space everyone enjoys.