Top Tip #5 – Bathrooms on a Budget

What are the most effective ways to improve your bathroom without breaking the bank?

Tiles – Can you spruce up your existing tiles? Try giving them a good scrub before investing in new!

A baking soda and vinegar mix can work as a natural grout cleaner, or failing that, you can also get a grout pen for less than £5, and it only take minutes to apply but makes a huge difference!

Tile stickers are a fairly new thing and usually come in a pack for less than £10, they’re water resistant, easy to apply and can transform any dull wall into a fresh and exciting one.

Taps & Showerheads – If your bathroom fittings are looking a little worse for wear it might be time for an upgrade.

Black fittings are a top trend at the moment, or you could try copper or brass for a more traditional, warmer look, but depending on the style of bathroom you want, the modern crisp stainless-steel finish might be a better fit.

Accessories – A simple way to improve up your bathroom is with new accessories. Is it time to change up the shower curtain? Time to get those matching towels you’ve always wanted? Supermarkets can be a great place to pick up affordable matching accessories like toothbrush holders, soap dispensers and storage jars.

Plants – If you have the space, try adding house plants on walls or shelves for a fresh feeling. If your lacking light in your bathroom, there are a plethora of high-quality fake plants now available (with no need to water)!

Furniture – Add character to your bathroom with unique furniture from antiques or online stores. Are you an avid DIY-er? Why not take on a project? Turn an old cabinet into a washstand? Upcycle that old towel rack? Old teamed with the new is right on trend in 2020.

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