3 Small Updates for the Bathroom

Let’s be real: renovation projects can be a hefty cost. While it feels great to walk into the fresh room of your dreams, it might not be for everybody. But with that in mind, that does not mean you cannot take part in the fun of revamping the room of your choice. In this case, we are going to take a look at your bathroom and show you some ways to create a new bathroom vibe without spending new bathroom money. Here are three small updates to implement in your bathroom this year.


You won’t be able to enjoy the look of your bathroom without some lighting. Updating your lighting fixtures is a simple way to add more warmth to your bathroom while also adapting to the motif of the room. With an array of fixtures to choose from, starting with your lighting is a simple way to begin the updating process. And with the option to go a sustainable route with eco-friendly lights, you can help the environment while also upping the value of your home, making this a win-win for your home and the area around you.

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Wall treatment

Don’t take your walls for granted. Another tone setter for the bathroom, there are plenty of ideas to implement with your walls as you update it. Whether you choose to go with tile, wallpaper, or even wood, there are plenty of options to select from. This can go hand-in-hand with your lighting choice, making this the perfect one-two punch for your updated renovations. And just like your lights, this is another way of upping your home’s value, making wall treatments a savvy investment for the future.



Coming full circle, your floors are not just there to be walked over. Another fixture with plenty of options to mix and match other components of the bathroom (like your new walls), floors provide you with another opportunity to showcase your creativity without breaking the bank too much. Get as vibrant or minimalist as you want with different materials, like tile, wood, vinyl, or even something like concrete. And not to sound like a broken record, but yes, updating your floors (and keeping up with them in regards to cleaning) is another way to increase the value of your home.