Sometimes bathrooms just don’t have the space available for major structural changes. If you want to undertake a small bathroom renovation that will update the room and make it more functional, here are a few ideas that can spruce up the room without costing a fortune.
Reface the tub: many companies offer bathtub re-facing services that can make an old tub look like new. This can be very helpful if your tub is an out of style color or has a lot of surface discoloration.
Replace the faucets: Faucet finishes go in and out of style—they just do it a lot more slowly than many other items. A modern brushed nickel or bronze set of faucets can make your old bathroom look much more up to date. Unless you’re also replacing sinks, just be sure when you pick out your faucets that you pay attention to the spacing. Faucets come in 4 inch, 6 inch, 8 inch and variable spacing.
Add a spray shower head: A luxurious rain shower head can make your shower feel like you’re enjoying a day at an exclusive spa. Shower heads also come with separate hand held attachments, and can include a variety of spray patterns that feel like a massage.
Small bathroom renovations don’t have to cost a fortune. A few simple tricks can make you love your bathroom as it is until you can afford a more complete redo.
Are you looking for someone to help you do a small bathroom renovation that will update the room and make it more functional? Call (408) 338-6059 or fill out our contact form.