The bathroom is often considered to be one of the most important rooms in a house (along with the kitchen) especially when it comes to selling a house. Because of this it’s a good idea to make the bathroom look and feel as fresh and updated as your budget allows. Of course you can always decorate the bathroom which will go a long way to accomplishing its updated appeal.
Although it probably sounds a little intimidating most people can switch out a light fixture safely and successfully if they’re careful and follow the instructions. And what a difference fresh lighting makes especially in the bathroom!
But sometimes décor just won’t cut it. One of the most cost-effective ways that you can achieve a successful bathroom upgrade whether it’s a large or small bathroom remodel is to look into DIY bathroom remodel options. Sounds intimidating? It doesn’t need to be.
The Introverso series takes the pedestal sink to a whole new level. The inspiration for this design was the shape within the form. In other words the design suggests that the elegant silhouette of this pedestal sink was hidden inside the marble block and needed to be revealed much like a sculpture. The shape of the sink is outlined by a series of thin strips of marble.
We once again return to the idea of minimalism to show you this lovely washbasin from casabath. It doesn’t strike the eye with its form size or color yet it has something that makes it very appealing. If you want you can pair it with a sleek faucet and that can be the focal point.
If you’re somewhat experienced and comfortable enough with the process you can save bathroom remodeling costs by DIYing some of the projects. For example you can install a custom-cut vanity mirror yourself just like the pros would do it. Or you could remove the tub/shower tile yourself rather than pay someone to come remove it. Then if you are already planning on tiling your tub/shower surround you can adjust the position of your shower head by moving the in-wall plumbing up or down since you’re already inside the walls for tiling.