4 Affordable Bathroom Decorating Ideas

Your bathroom should be an oasis of comfort and class. It’s where you begin and end your daily routine in addition to a place you can go to relax and refresh. Getting the most out of your bathroom is as easy as making a few updates to the decor. Best of all? You don’t need to break the bank to do it! Here are four affordable ways to redecorate your bathroom.

Replace the Lighting Fixture

Lighting fixtures can completely transform the appearance of your bathroom, and they come in options to suit all personal styles. They also set the room’s mood from dim and intimate to bright and crisp. There’s a huge variety of affordable bathroom light fixtures available at thrift stores, architectural resale shops and home improvement stores.

Add Artwork

Blank walls look impersonal and lack style. Adding a few pieces of artwork will liven up the room with a splash of color and personality. Framed prints and treated canvas prints are waterproof and affordable. Frames are also a popular option for bathrooms and can make the room feel larger and brighter. Paintings, prints and mirrors for your bathroom are affordable and widely available at thrift shops and garage sales.

Change Your Faucet

Decorative trends for water fixtures come and go, and an older water faucet can instantly make your bathroom look outdated. Gold brass fixtures were popular in the ’80s, but newer hardware favors metals like stainless steel, brushed nickel, oiled bronze, and even copper. Replacing your ’80s-style water faucet is an easy DIY project and can be completed in just a few hours. Besides upgrading your bathroom’s look, a new water faucet offers other benefits you may not have thought of. New faucets are also more efficient than hardware from the ’80s, so you can look forward to practical benefits as well.

Add Storage

A well-organized bathroom looks fresh and clean. Shelves, small cabinets, towel hooks and wall-mounted baskets are great for storing your personal items in addition to knick-knacks and decorations. The storage space doesn’t have to be ugly either, so you can breathe a sigh of relief if you were worried about having to resort to warehouse shelving. Plus, shelves free up bathroom counter and floor space, making the room look larger and cleaner. 

Decorating your bathroom doesn’t have to be expensive or labor-intensive. In fact, you can completely transform your bathroom with just a few simple updates. Take a trip to your local thrift store or nearby garage sales for bargain finds like artwork, shelving and hardware. Not only will you enjoy relaxing in your newly updated bathroom, but you’ll feel proud that you were able to do so on a budget!
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