Whether it’s a kitchen or bathroom remodel, the best way to stay within your budget is to shop for deals, though doing so will require some patience on your part. However, you won’t only find sales prices in stores. Craigslist, eBay, antique shops, and vintage dealers, along with yard sales, are a great way to find unique items at low prices.
2. Add a fancy frame
An easy and affordable upgrade for your restroom is to add a fancy frame around your mirror. Sure, you could always go out and buy a new hanging mirror that already has an eye-catching frame, but you’ll likely balk at the heavy cost. Also, by installing a frame around the one you have, you’ll extend the lifespan of the mirror by covering its edges and preventing wear-and-tear.
3. Try open-concept shelves
Closed shelving can be costly, so you can shave a substantial amount of cash off the end cost by opting for open-concept shelves. In fact, they’re a fantastic alternative for both kitchen and bathroom remodels, from an interior design point of view. Since it takes less material to make them, they’re typically more affordable and a popular option for homeowners on a tight budget. Also, they look simple and elegant, offering a way to showcase interesting décor and your new towels.
4. Go for the toilet seat upgrade
For a major style overhaul (at a fraction of the price), go for a toilet seat upgrade, instead of a completely new toilet. Change the handle and lid as well for the full wow effect.
5. Hands off the plumbing
If you can, try to keep your original plumbing intact to keep costs low. That means working around your current tub, toilet, and sink, so it may not be possible in all cases. Once you ask the plumber to install new items, you’re most often looking at the extra costs associated with moving pipes and upgrading materials.
Looking for more great advice on redoing your washroom or remodeling kitchen countertops in Deltona, FL? Give us a call today at David Waller Interiors!