Best Affordable Bathroom Upgrades To Impress

Best Affordable Bathroom Upgrades To Impress

If your toilet is looking worn around the edges but you aren’t yet prepared to commit to the cost of a full-scale remodel, consider giving your current bathroom just a small upgrade. For a relatively small cost, and often without hiring a plumber or an electrician, you can radically liven up your bath’s appearance, make it easier to use, and even save money in the process.

Switch out your showerhead

Nothing gives you more bang for your buck than just replacing your old, ineffective showerhead. Showerheads do not require a pro to set up, are relatively inexpensive, and can save you hundreds of dollars in future water bills over time.

On top of that, water-saving showerheads use the most recent technologies to save water while actually improving your showering experience. And it’s easy to discover a showerhead to suit your requirements. “The Flipside® showerhead is a great choice because it offers four distinct showering sensations in one showerhead,” says the owner of a Calgary bathroom renovation and remodeling company. “Particularly if your current showerhead is an older, single-spray model, upgrading to Flipside makes a world of difference.”

Consider glass doors

Fabric or vinyl shower curtains attract mold and mildew and therefore are hard to maintain and clean. Consider installing easy-to-clean frameless sliding bath doors to instantly add elegance to your bathroom. Shower doors fitted with clear glass create your bath seem more spacious, providing A particularly nice aesthetic upgrade for petite bathrooms.

If you are looking for something a bit more conservative, consider a three-panel glass shower screen. Some models fold to approximately 20 inches, make getting in and out even easier, and they are very easy to wash.

Throw your shower a curve

Another way to give your Current bath an expansive feel would be to replace your conventional shower pole with a curved design. Curved shower rods provide an extra six inches of elbow room when showering.

Accessorize to revitalize

Another high-impact/low-cost facelift to your bathroom will be to swap out your tired old bath. Accessories with stylish new ones–as well as adding new accessories that add even more performance to your bathroom. Adding towel rings, soap dishes and tumblers, and additional shelving will not only decorate your bath, it will help you stay organized. Even a small change in poking hardware, including drawer pulls and knobs, can give a dramatic new sparkle to existing cabinetry.

Installing a fresh mirror–or even more than just one–will reveal more light to decorate your space and make your bathroom look larger. An additional way to freshen your bathroom and add more unobtrusive storage is to replace your wall-mount medicine cupboard using a fresh one–or add a second one for even greater convenience.

Have a (nicer) chair

Upgrades to your bathroom seat run the gamut from practical to luxurious, but even the smallest improvements can add up to the high quality of life on your own toilet. Quiet-Close™ toilet seats fall shut slowly and noiselessly and avoid disturbing other family members.

Invest in the future

These enhancements can serve as stopgap improvements before you set out on a more comprehensive future remodel. And while you don’t have to execute each these upgrades to give your current bathroom a fresh new look, every one of them can greatly improve the beauty, endurance, and efficacy of your current bathroom.