Updating bathrooms, tips and trends!

Updating bathrooms, tips and trends!

Is this the year for remodelling your bathroom? You certainly can’t go wrong with the fresh clean look of chic grey and white tones which have dominated the trend. If however you‘re wanting modern, then black is back, so go with a black vanity & trim.

Take tiles all the way to the ceiling unless you’re on a budget as tiling is expensive. If you’re thinking about selling then professional painting is the most effective way to give your bathroom a face lift, select neutral, cool tones and update your fixtures.

There are also a host of efficient, green, low flow toilets or high tech toilets to suit your budget with features like seat warmers, automatic lid openers, deodorizers.

How about a smart shower that will allow you to fully control the temperature, flow and duration of the shower?

You really can remodel your bathroom on a budget or go to town creating a spa like experience. On average remodelling costs around $10,500. If you are planning to sell and your bathrooms are outdated then updating bathrooms to make them move in ready will make it easier to sell, any competitive advantage in this market where there is lots of choice for buyers should help you sell faster.

Create your plan, use professional contractors and stay within your budget.

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