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Great Tips for Remodeling Your Bathroom on a Budget

On a Budget

Remodeling your bathroom doesn’t have to be a daunting and expensive task, if you keep these few budgeting tips in mind you’ll have the bathroom of your dreams without breaking the bank.

Have a Game Plan

Once you’ve decided that you’re ready to remodel your bathroom, it’s important that you come up with a solid plan because a lack of planning is more likely to result in a lot more spending! Consulting with an architect or designer is a great initial investment, but if you decide not to go that route make sure you spend time online exploring your options and gathering inspiration for bathroom remodeling ideas. Before getting started on your remodel, make sure you have a clear idea of your budget and your timeline.

Paint Your Bathroom

Paint! Paint! Paint!

Never underestimate the power of a fresh coat of paint. Repainting can truly transform a bathroom and contribute to a whole new atmosphere. Think long and hard about the colors you choose and don’t be shy about asking for advice from professionals in the paint aisle at the home improvement store. When selecting paint, consider the varying temperatures of a bathroom. Investing in a high-quality paint with a satin finish can save you time and money in the long run.

Use Something That Isn’t Tile

Tile is expensive...and unnecessary! There are so many other ways to have beautiful shower walls and floors than installing tile. Reclaimed wood panels and beadboard are cool, trendy, and affordable alternatives to tile.

Wooden Bathroom


The hardware you choose should be built to last, but finding quality kitchen and bath accessories can be difficult, considering that costs are typically based on design and finish. If quality and selection are what you’re looking for, it may be the best option to check a local kitchen and bath showroom. These locations will have a wider variety of hardware than big-box stores, as well as knowledgeable staff who can help answer your questions.

Bathroom Shelving

To Upgrade or to Update?

Believe it or not, not everything needs to be replaced during a bathroom remodel. A brand new, shiny bathroom sink faucet can completely change the look of the space, but some other things can be updated to look as good as new. Consider your toilet, if it still works like new, all you need to do is make it look like new. Instead of getting rid of the entire toilet, simply replace the toilet seat and lid to give it a bright, clean look and avoid unnecessary plumbing installation costs.

Pay Attention to Detail

You’d be surprised how far a fresh application of caulk can go when it comes to the beauty of the bathroom. Overtime, due to the varying temperatures of the bathroom, caulk tends to get grimy and gross. If you’re not buying new fixtures, cleaning the grout around the sink and tub and reapplying caulk is critical to a successful budget bathroom remodel.

Go Green!

If you are thinking about replacing fixtures and lighting, consider the environment as well as your electricity bill. Low-flow toilets, showerheads, and sinks can save you a lot of money along with conserving water. And most of the time these types of fixtures cost the same as traditional ones. It’s a win-win situation. When developing a lighting plan for your bathroom be sure to consider using energy efficient fixtures and bulbs, as well as playing up the natural lighting wherever possible.

You can have a beautiful bathroom on a budget—you just have to plan wisely first!