Bathroom renovations can be among the most costly house improvement projects. However, given they also yield some of the highest returns on sales, they can be well worth your time, effort, and money.
During a bathroom renovation there will be times when you may need to spend money on higher quality products; however you might be happy to know that making money-saving choices won’t always mean sacrificing quality.
1. Do Simple Installations Yourself, But Know When To Use A Professional
2. Shop Around For Prices On Big Ticket Items, But Ask Your Renovator For Deals
3. Roll Up Your Sleeves And Get Busy, But Don’t Go Overboard
4. LOOK TO TERRACOTTA TILES FOR FLOORING
A Mediterranean flavour is not just popular in food, it’s also making a comeback through terracotta tiling. As more homeowners consider warmer tones in the kitchen, terracotta tiled floors are the perfect addition to bring charm and character into a space. While you may be thinking of the high shining terracotta tiling of the 80s that looks quite dated, the reintroduction of this texture in the kitchen is anything but uninviting. When a matt finish is applied, terracotta floor tiling can give your kitchen a great calm which is exactly what homeowners are looking for in the digital age.
5. GO ALL OUT WITH SPLASHBACK
If you think that your options are limited when it comes to materials to use for a splashback then think again. The right splashback will complement the entire design of your kitchen and can tie together all the other elements for an eye-catching look.
If you have a particularly well-groomed garden then a glass window splashback may be the right choice for you. Not only does this option make your kitchen feel more spacious, the glass window splashback can give extra lighting, cutting down the need for artificial light (and in the process driving down electricity costs).
Splashbacks are also a great option to introduce some artistic expression in your kitchen. Through different tiling layouts or even mosaics, your kitchen splashback can be focal feature that most expresses your signature style in the space.