How To Save Money on Bathroom Renovations

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If you have a client or are looking to renovate your existing bathroom, you don’t need to spend a lot to create something new. All it takes is a bit of creativity and research to come up with some smart designs for you or your client’s bathroom. Here are some great ideas that can help you on your next bathroom renovation project.

Painting the walls and limiting tiles

Paint is more budget friendly than tiles. You can save some money by limiting the use of tiles on the walls and use paint instead to put colors and decorations. You can choose to use tiles on the floor and maybe a small area on the walls as accents and the rest use paint.

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Utilise leftover materials for countertops

Using granite on countertops is not exactly a wise idea especially since bathroom countertops are often small. So how do you save on countertops? You can create a nice looking countertops by buying granite remnants from shops or tradesmen. They often have small piece of granite left from previous bigger job and they can sell it to you at a discount.

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Limit Spending on Vanities and Fixtures

Updating the fixtures would help in changing the look and feel of the bathroom, but you don’t have to splurge on these to make it happen. You can check items on sale if they fit your design and you can also try to look at online retailers, such as Bathware Direct. You may also find a lot of deals online and – most of the time – they may offer a wider selection than in store. If you think the old vanity can still be used, you can just redesign, repaint, add decoration or accents to make it look more attractive and look new.

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Consider Green Alternatives

When doing upgrades or renovating just a part of the bathroom, it is important to consider the environment as well. Be conscious about which options can provide the user more savings on water usage like low flow toilets and sinks, etc. Recycling other materials that can still be useful is also one way of saving and it also good for the environment.

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Have your materials ready before starting

It is always best to prepare and have all your materials ready before starting to work on a project. This will not only help in saving time but also helps save money. If you change plans in the middle of the project because you forgot something, this might cost you more than you originally budgeted for the project.

Renovating a bathroom doesn’t have to be expensive, you can always create a big impact by adding a few luxurious touches while keeping it comfortable and relaxing for the home owners. Doing some research on the cheapest and best options to use and adding some creativity will surely go a long way in saving money.

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