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A bathroom update is a quick and affordable set of DIY projects that enhance your bathroom’s existing features. An update includes projects like painting, changing fixtures and hardware, and hanging a new shower curtain. Bathroom updates are perfect for homeowners who want to keep the existing layout and functionality of their bathroom.
A bathroom remodel might have a larger budget and longer timeline. The scope may include projects that take several days or weeks to complete. Professionals are often required to safely finish remodeling projects according to local building codes. This may include:
Refinishing or replacing the shower or tub
Adding a standalone bathtub or Buy new shower
Installing seamless glass paneling
Adding an extra sink or showerhead
Installing new ventilation systems
Relocating plumbing or electrical features
Tiling the shower, walls and backsplash
1. Paint the Walls
A fresh coat of paint will help your bathroom look clean and new. Choose a shade of white, ivory, or cream because these reflect the most natural light for your morning mirror routine. A soft pink can give you a flattering flush of color without applying blush.
Bold, bright wall colors may cast unflattering reflections on your skin. Blues can exaggerate undereye circles or bring out blemishes by contrast while green can give you a sickly pallor. A light and neutral color is usually the best bet for you and prospective buyers.
Look for popular mold-resistant paints and primers at your local home improvement store. Use a primer to prevent peeling. A primer will bond and seal the paint to the wall, blocking moisture from seeping through and separating the two.
2. Install Beadboard or Wainscoting
Barren bathroom walls are an opportunity to add dimension and texture that elevate the space. Installing beadboard or wainscoting around the bottom half of the room is quick and easy with the right tools and materials. Save yourself time and look for prepared beadboard paneling or peel-and-stick wainscoting.
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