Do you wish your bathroom looked a little bit differently? I know what you mean and there are things you can do about it. I too wanted to spice up my bathroom design and I am going to share with you exactly what I did and how well it worked.
Before I get to what I did to my bathroom, I want to make sure you understand that this can cost a decent amount of money and because of that you need to make sure you have a budget in mind. Don’t make the mistake that many homeowners make and rush through this without looking at your budget.
Ways I Spiced Up The Bathroom
Towel Racks – Right after I changed the paint color in the bathroom, I also added a different type of towel rack. I decided to go with a warming towel rack so that I would never have to dry off with a cold towel. This is a nice touch that you can implement as well and the nice thing is that these don’t cost an arm and a leg. Just make sure that you don’t buy a towel rack that is too big for the bathroom that it is in.
Raised Toilet – Another thing that I decided to do is buy a raised toilet. This is a problem that many people face, but I just decided to deal with the problem and buy something to remedy the situation. Now, you don’t have to buy a riser, you can also spend a little more money and buy a totally new toilet that is a little taller than your old one.
Stone Tile – How about stone tile? Something that I decided to do was add stone tile to my bathroom in order to increase the value of it and add something different that most other homes didn’t have. The only issue with it is that it is very delicate, so don’t place this in a bathroom for children.
Raised Glass Sink – This was the biggest design change that I made and it looks wonderful. The best part about a raised glass sink is that it gives the entire bathroom a different feel and they contain the water much better than a regular sink basin does.
By doing these things I was able to add value to my home to the tune of $6,800. I don’t know about you but that is a great return on something that only cost me $1,200 to do.