How You Can Refresh An Old Bathroom

It takes a while for a bathroom to become boring and obsolete but, when that time comes, get ready for a makeover. A few changes and a few additions can really make a difference. It’s not necessary for the whole design to be changed. You just need to know what to focus on.

For example, try replacing the old fixtures with some new ones. If the bathroom lacks storage, then add some. You can put up a wall-mounted cabinet in a corner or above the toilet. If your bathroom already has enough storage, then simply give the cabinets a quick makeover. Change the color, the hardware or line the interior with wallpaper.

You should also think of getting some new light fixtures. Get something bright and eye-catching but small and practical. This can also be an opportunity to add some color and to change the ambiance in the room also using light.

Painting the walls or the ceiling a different color is also an option. This is guaranteed to give the bathroom a fresh look. Play with colors and add a bold kick to the décor. And if you’re the creative and crafty type, you can make your own wallpaper using magazines or you can add a few fun accessories. Put up a new shower curtain, get some new towel racks, etc.{found on apartmenttherapy}.



Published by in How To, Tips, and Advice, on March 7th, 2012

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