Ways to Add Value to Your Bathroom

     

    Bathrooms, like kitchens are a huge selling point in your home. Here are several ways you can add value to yours through quick updates that make a big difference.

     

    • Swap Outdated Fixtures

    Swapping outdated fixtures can go a long way in upgrading a bathroom. Go for popular finishes like satin or brushed nickel that pair well with most tile. Chrome is also a classic option.

     

    • Create Dual Sinks

    Especially for shared bathrooms, installing an extra sink is a great move. As a general rule, you need a minimum of 60 inches to comfortably accommodate 2 sinks. Vessel or undermount styles will make the most of limited counter space.

     

    • Update Lighting

    Swap out contractor-grade fixtures for something more stylish and functional. For a layered effect, include overhead and task lighting at the vanity mirror. Install a dimmer for added versatility and control.

     

    • Integrate Custom Storage

    Consider how much storage you need when selecting vanities and cabinetry. If space is tight, go vertical with shallow shelves or upper cabinets.

     

    • Add a Neutral Palette

    Keep paint colors light and neutral in the bathroom for a clean, fresh look. These colors will give the space a light, airy feel and will contrast nicely with the white fixtures.

     

    • Play Up the Tub

    If you have a tub, transform it into a spa-like destination with bath products and accessories. Keep decorative towels, aromatic soaps, bath salts and candles within reach. Add plants in designer vessels.

     

    • Add a Spacious Shower

    If your bathroom has a tiny, outdated tub, consider replacing it with a spacious shower. Include thoughtful features like built-in shelves, storage and benches.

     

    • Install New Tile

    Whether it’s on the floor, tub or shower, choose your tile wisely. Stick with classic designs, neutral colors and a pattern you can live with for a long time. Large tiles can help a small room feel more spacious and diagonal installation can help a narrow room appear wider.

     

    • Update Shower Fixtures

    Replacing a dated showerhead with a new one is an easy, affordable fix. Consider adding luxury features for a spa-like feel.

     

    • Let in Natural Light

    Natural light in a bathroom is always good. Even a small transom window can provide a significant amount of light and help a small bathroom feel airy and bright.

     

    • Do a Deep Clean

    A deep clean of every nook and cranny can really refresh the overall appearance of your bathroom. Scrub residue off of cabinets, fixtures and grout lines.

     

     

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