Great Bathroom Remodeling Tips

Dated: 01/06/2017

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If you're like me you look at the new year as a fresh start. With a fresh start can come a new bathroom. Bathroom renovations are great for change in your home for a low price. So you may wonder, wheImage titlere do I start? Well, check out these few easy tips and go at it!

  • Replace your sink with a vessel sink- these sinks are gaining popularity. They look classy and they won't break the bank. Just make sure to measure carefully to ensure enough space in the front and back of the vanity.

  • Get rid of the vanity- this is a great way to make your small bathroom feel bigger. Replace your vanity with a pedestal sink. These are especially perfect if you re looking for more of a vintage look.

  • Invest in floating shelves- standing shelves can take up space and make your bathroom feel smaller than it actually is. Floating shelves come in a variety of styles and are easy for a weekend project.

  • Deck the walls- add decor to your bathroom for added beauty. It's as easy as going to flea markets and getting one-of-a-kind items for a great price.

  • Trim your molding- trimming the molding is easy and cheap. Add great appeal by adding a chair railing, molding the baseboard, the sky is the limit.

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