Tip for Bathroom Renovations
Hi. I’m Robin Lockhart of Robin Lockhart Design and welcome to Royal LePage TV.
In fact, a Royal LePage survey found that 73 percent of potential home buyers would be willing to pay a premium for home that featured a renovated bathroom.
With that in mind, we’re going to talk about a few things to consider for your bathroom update or renovation.
If it’s an update you want, here are a few easy improvements you can make in order to get the most bang for your buck.
A fresh coat of paint works wonders in a small space. A nice warm white would work with a variety of styles as well as making the bathroom look clean and fresh.
If storage isn’t an issue, why not replace your old medicine cabinet with a large glamorous mirror?
Try replacing your old faucets with new contemporary models. Beautiful styles can be had for a hundred dollars or less.
With lighting, think versatility. You want bright task lighting by the mirror, as well as more ambiant option for a soak in the tub.
And as always, make sure lighting is energy-efficient.
If you have the time and/or money for a renovation, why not consider the following?
An open concept showers a very hot look right now. It helps make the washeroom feel larger as well as giving you a bit of that boutique kind of feel.
For flooring, why not considered stone, or ceramic, even porcelain tile? They’re all great options that are durable and easy to clean.
Remember to keep the colors neutral. This is not the time to get creative.
Finally, think luxury. Why not hang a beautiful chandelier or place a great chair in the corner?
If you can, and you really wanna make an impact, why not install a television, or even a fireplace?
As you can see, improving your bathroom can be as simple as a coat of paint or as intensive as a complete renovation.
Whatever you decide to do, you can be confident knowing that and updated bathroom will help increase the value of your home.
I’m Robin Lockhart. Thank you for watching this episode Royal LePage TV.