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Budget-Friendlier Bathroom Remodeling Projects

Budget-Friendlier Bathroom Remodeling Projects

With a bit of careful planning and creative thinking, there are many ways to upgrade a bathroom’s appearance without breaking the bank.

It’s no secret that some bathroom renovation endeavors can run up an astounding price tag. However, with a bit of careful planning and creative thinking, there are many ways to upgrade a bathroom’s appearance without breaking the bank. Undertaking a few bathroom remodeling projects here and there brings these lower-cost changes together. The resulting bathroom design is often just as amazingly transformative, worth the smaller fixes and upgrades. To devise a custom bathroom remodeling plan and design that fits your style and budget, reach out to our team at Bowen Remodeling & Design to get started!

Change Your Hardware

When you take some time to think about it, you realize there’s quite a bit of hardware in a bathroom. With this bathroom remodeling project, upgrade your current hardware styles to add new shine or bring about a different look without extensive replacements. For example, you could switch out your bathroom cabinet or vanity handles, or pick a new sink faucet. Perhaps a new showerhead was all you needed to upgrade your shower. Take out a towel rack in favor of hooks or rings.

Use Lookalike Materials

Do you want new tile flooring or stone countertops? Using lower-cost alternative materials can save you hundreds of dollars in a bathroom remodeling project. Many of today’s vinyl flooring systems mimic the look of expensive wood or tile floors for a fraction of the price while holding up in a splash-prone bathroom. Quartz and even laminate countertop materials rival the higher-end look of natural stone selections. Plus, these human-made options are far more moisture-resistant than natural stone.

Purchase Pre-Fabricated Shower Enclosure

Custom tiling your shower looks impressive, but it’s probably the most pricey expense if you’re redoing the showers. That is, you need to purchase all the materials plus the cost for a professional builder to install the tiles. For a more economical alternative, look into buying a pre-fabricated shower enclosure. Many look just as lovely and custom-made as those made from scratch.

Refinish A Bathtub

Whereas removing or replacing a bathtub will require a considerable financial investment, you could make a tub’s presence more bearable in your bathroom if you refinish the fixture. For cosmetic problems, like stained surfaces or a few nicks and scratches, refinishing and relining the bathtub can fix these eyesores. This option is far more affordable than purchasing and installing a new tub. Additionally, without other major bathroom remodeling projects going on, you can be sure your current tub will still suit your overall bathroom design.

Add Wainscoting

Are there a few marks or holes on the lower half of the bathroom walls? Feel like the bathroom needs another design element to tie the whole look together? Wainscoting can cover up minor wall imperfections while adding visual interest to your bathroom interior. Many wainscots or beadboards come in different heights and colored panels. So, finding a style to incorporate into your bathroom is simple.

Call Bowen Remodeling & Design

Are you ready to remodel your bathroom? The team at Bowen Remodeling & Design can help! We make your dream bathroom a reality with our simple, four-step bathroom remodeling process. 

Bowen Remodeling & Design specializes in kitchen and bathroom remodeling in Annapolis, Severna Park, Edgewater, Crownsville, Arnold, Millersville, Laurel, Odenton, Bowie, Clarksville, Columbia, Ellicott City, and surrounding areas!

As a family-owned and operated business, Bowen Remodeling commits to providing extraordinary home improvement services with an emphasis on customer satisfaction. For a free estimate, give us a call at 410-451-5928 and visit our showroom in Crofton, Maryland! For more information, follow Bowen Remodeling on Facebook and Twitter!

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