Hints on updating bathrooms
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Find a mini dresser and a few old black-and-white snapshots.
You can do a whole cupboard re-vamp in one weekend.
We’ve come up with nine ways to update your bathroom on a budget, because limited funds shouldn’t mean you have to put up with a less than pleasing bathroom.
Shower curtains should be replaced regularly and if yours is looking like it’s seen better days, it’s time to get a new one.
You can scrimp on second-hand, re-used or vintage tiles but make sure you pay a professional to do the labour if you’re not confident in your DIY skills.
Tip: It’s much more expensive to get a professional tiler to fix your mistakes than it is to hire a professional tiler in the first place.
Excess moisture, steam and general humidity can mean bathrooms start to look shabby more quickly than other areas in the home.
Unfortunately bathrooms are also notoriously expensive to renovate.
Use the drawers as shelves, or hang earrings from looped pieces of wire.
Coordinated bath canisters are expensive and don’t bring much to the party. They're cheap, shabby-chic and available just about anywhere you shop second-hand.
Label them with mismatched house numbers and give the cotton balls their own address!
A footed dish elevates the mundane and frees up counter space to boot.
Go to your local hardware store and ask for some help with bathroom appropriate paints and products and get cracking on repainting that bathroom.