Replacing your bathroom suite can not only seem like a daunting task, but also an expensive one. Our makeover ideas will help you create your dream bathroom space, helping give your bathroom a new lease of life, without having to splash the cash. Whether you need a brand-new bathroom suite, or would just like to re-vamp your existing bathroom features, here’s some advice to help you get started.
Budget bathroom suites
Getting a bathroom suite for less than £300 may seem like an impossible task, but it’s far from it with Bathroom Takeaway’s range of budget bathroom suites. Offering a full 3-piece bathroom suite from only £199.97, the ceramics can help re-vitalise your bathroom space, helping create a fresh and stylish bathroom suite. Featuring clean, white ceramics, they have been designed to fit with any colour scheme you decide on.
The bathroom suites are manufactured from high quality 5mm acrylic and also come with a 10 year ‘Fit & Forget’ guarantee.
Apply a fresh lick of paint
A painted feature wall or bathroom ceiling is completely on trend for 2019. If you are looking to create a soothing and relaxing bathroom space, opt for a more neutral colour palette, including creams and pastel colours. For a more dramatic effect, deep colours such as navy blue offer a beautiful contrast with white ceramics, helping create a stunning space for you and your family.
Paint doesn’t have to stop at your walls. If you’re feeling creative, up-cycling is a budget friendly way of creating bathroom furniture that brings your bathroom up to date, without breaking the bank and a huge plus, it’s completely unique to you. It can also save you from throwing out your existing bathroom vanities, simply refresh your storage cupboards with some light sanding and a fresh lick of paint to perfectly complement your new bathroom space.
Refresh your tiles
Replacing your tiles can completely change the feel of your bathroom space. However, we accept that this is not only an expensive option, but can also be laborious. Instead of replacing your existing tiling, simply refresh what you currently have, with a deep clean, you may be surprised how much of a difference it can really make.
If you do need to replace your tiles, a cheaper alternative to re-tiling your whole bathroom would be to create a feature, maybe just above your bathroom basin or the wall adjacent to your bath. This can help break up your colour scheme and really help make your bathroom contemporary and up-to-date.
Bathroom accessories are also inexpensive and a simple way of creating a minimalist look in your bathroom. For example, replacing your old shower curtain with a glass shower screen creates a contemporary and discreet bathroom space.