The bathroom is one of the most used rooms in every home, so it's important to keep this area looking fresh. In today's blog post we're sharing some simple DIY renovations that will take your bathroom from drab and boring to trendy chic!
New Colors Pop
One of the best ways to start your bathroom makeover is to figure out a new color palette for the room. Are you a fan of soft pastels or do you like bright and vibrant colors? Most of the stores like Home Depot and Lowes have color palettes to let you choose good color matches. What goes best with powder blue or a bright red? They'll have the answer for you.
It's always best to begin with a fresh coat of paint on the bathroom walls. Get the large sections done first and then work on the trim and the base boards. Maybe you'll want to apply accents here. Windows offer another area to apply an accent. Let your imagination run wild.
You'll also want to make sure the little things stand out as well like toothbrush holders, soap dishes, and shower curtains.
Take Your Fixtures To The Next Level
Once you've decided on the colors, it's time to turn your attention towards deciding what fixtures will surround this space. Your towel racks and hooks should all match somehow; if not for color then at least in some way like shape or design (consider trendy metal).
A mirror with built-in storage could really work well here too! If there are things like scales that need hiding from plain sight but still remain easily accessible when needed--think about creative solutions such as shelves which can hold everything just where they're supposed be without taking up any precious cabinet space .
Brighten Things Up With Better Lighting
While you do not need 'selfie quality' professional lighting in your bathroom, it might be time for a brighter, more efficient light fixture. Aim for a design that complements the rest of the accents in your bathroom while being large enough to cast a bright light. You can also spend a bit of time choosing the correct color temperature for your bathroom light bulbs. LED lighting can offer some bold whites, but be careful that you don't go overboard.
Renovating your bathroom is a fun way to spend a weekend or two improving your home.
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