Updating outdated bathroom inexpensively
Winter fixes: 6 ways to warm up your bathroom Give your bathroom cabinets a good clean out and throw away any bathroom products that have expired or you no longer use.If your shelves are looking a bit shabby use drawer liners to give them a spruce up.We’ve come up with nine ways to update your bathroom on a budget, because limited funds shouldn’t mean you have to put up with a less than pleasing bathroom.Shower curtains should be replaced regularly and if yours is looking like it’s seen better days, it’s time to get a new one.Now beyond just the cosmetic aspects of this bathroom, we’re also going to improve the ventilation which is really in bad shape.We got a number or places where mildew is present because there’s just no ventilation at all.Hopefully this will help give you some ideas & solutions for your own outdated bathrooms! I decided to switch it up a bit by putting round knobs on the drawers and vertical pulls on the doors.
In the meantime, I wanted to at least upgrade the space by using a few inexpensive diy tricks I have up my sleeve, most of which require paint!
I'm so excited to finally be able to share all the DIY details with you!
My way of working with a small budget is to focus on what I can change cheaply and make the best of what I have.
To clean a showerhead, soak it in vinegar to loosen and remove deposits.
Boiling the vinegar, letting it cool a bit, then placing the showerhead in it will make it work even faster.