Every few years people look to update and remodel their bathrooms as they can simply look out of date. If you are thinking of remodelling your bathroom any time soon but you are worried that it can be expensive we will share some tips in this article on how you can remodel your bathroom on a budget.
Start with a plan
When thinking of a remodelling job for your bathroom you should have a plan first. You should work out how much you want to spend, and then do your research to see which are the best places to shop from. When you have the above information you can then start to plan your remodel.
Replace inexpensive features first
Mathew Jones a bathroom designer from Bathroom Supastore says that "if you are remodelling on a budget it doesn't make sense to replace the most expensive items first, instead start with the cheaper items such as tiles, grout and even lighting."
We agree, that the least expensive fixes in the bathroom can make a real difference. Everything from bathroom surrounds to LED Mirrors can cost a small fee and make a huge difference in your bathroom.
Replace your fixtures and fittings
Fixtures and fittings are another inexpensive way of upgrading the look of your bathroom without spending too much. Replacing your existing fixtures not only can improve the aesthetics of your bathroom but it can also save you money when it comes to your household bills. New fixtures and fittings can be far more energy-efficient.
Painting your bathroom
One of the cheapest options for making your bathroom look new again is to change the colour of the paint in the bathroom or to give your existing paint a new coat of paint. Paint can be one of the cheapest ways of adding a new lease of life to your bathroom so consider painting your bathroom if you are working on a strict budget.
Buy smart furniture choices
When it comes to the bathroom you can spend as little or as much as you would like. Our advice would be to purchase furniture that fits your bathroom so the space is practical. If you have a small bathroom it doesn't make sense to buy large furniture, instead, stick to smaller bathroom furniture so you not only keep to your budget but you have a practical yet useable space.
Have a reserve budget
As with all remodelling jobs, stuff can go wrong and when it does go wrong in the bathroom it can be costly. Our advice would be to have an emergency budget fund that you can dip into if the bathroom remodelling job doesn't go to plan.
Having a reserve budget is useful and keeps the stress off you when remodelling your bathroom.
Changing your bathroom every few years can make it look brand new and make your home more enjoyable to be in. Bathroom remodelling can be expensive but it doesn't have to be. Using the tips above you can make small changes to your bathroom that can make a big difference. If you do have more of a budget you can look to replace other items such as tubs, and showers and even add screens which will take your bathroom design to another level.