2. New floors
Here’s the thing about bathrooms. You’re mostly going to be barefoot when you’re in there, so it’s essential you renovate the floors. In terms of marketability and trends, darker floors
are the way to go. Not only do they look chic and enlarge the look of the space, they appear a lot cleaner than lighter floors and are easier to maintain. In short, paint the walls and install tile floors to stay in budget and in the now!
Now that the walls and floors are up to date, decide on a theme for your bathroom. It can evoke a soothing feeling or it can follow a literal theme, such as “under the sea.” You want to give buyers an idea of what this bathroom can be. Show this room’s potential!
Accessorizing is an affordable renovation to enhance the bathroom’s look. This could include introducing some greenery or hanging artwork on the walls. Add some elegant soap dispensers and matching hand towels to really tie the room together.
4. Modernize your utilities
Consider the practicality of your utilities because it’s definitely something buyers keep an eye out for. Some things to remember in terms of the toilet are cleanliness, the flush lever/button, and the height of the toilet.
Replacing a small sink for a more spacious sink bowl can go a long way. Bigger sinks and longer faucets are in. Homeowners don’t want to be leaning toward the back of the sink to reach the running water. And the same goes for the shower head. Higher, detachable, and multiple settings are extremely attractive. To go the extra mile, coordinate the faucets with doorknobs, and complement the floors and wall colors.
The most important thing to consider in renovating your bathroom is the overall theme of the space. If you use these tips and combine them into a cohesive look, you will have created a grand bathroom, one that is sure to entice homebuyers. Invest in theme!
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