Four Tips To Renovate Your Bathroom On The Cheap

If you are looking to sell your home faster, chances are you want to make updates to the rooms that are more visible to the buyer. Even if you have some small bathrooms located throughout the home, you want to make sure they flow into the design of the home. When a potential buyer is blown away by the kitchen, you do not want to let them down when they get to the bathroom. In many cases, homeowners can recoup 100% of the investment into a bathroom remodel in some areas, according to Zillow. Selling a home can be difficult, but you can increase your chances of selling your home by making some key updates in the bathroom without spending a fortune. 

Use Remnants

When it comes to changing up the counters, you want to pick something on the more neutral side so they buyers can add in their pop of color in the decor. Instead of going to your local home improvement store and dropping a load of money into countertops, you want to check out local shops and look through their remnants. When contractors have leftovers from a job, they will often sell these remnants at a discount. 

Add Some Paint

Paint is one of the easiest ways to make a change to a room. If you want to make a small bathroom look bigger, then you should use a very light coat of paint. If you have a fixture that seems to be an eyesore, but you don't have the money to change it, you can transition the rest of the decor to include it by painting the bathroom a complementary color to help make it flow better. 

Accent Your Tile

Tile can get very expensive depending on how large your bathroom is. One way to save on money during your bathroom remodel is to stick with the cheaper, less expensive tile to cover the flooring and shower. To help spruce it up, you can then add in luxury tile to accent the bathroom. This will help give it that luxury look without spending so much money on tile. Typically, you can spend as little as .49 per square foot for ceramic tile. 

Switch to a Shower Curtain

Choosing a shower curtain over a shower enclosure can save you quite a bit of money and bring in more color to the bathroom. Add a curved rod and a shower curtain to help decorate the bathroom a little more. The best part is that if you get tired of the shower curtain, you can replace it pretty quickly and inexpensively. 

For more information, contact A&B Contracting or a similar company.