If your bathroom needs a new look, your first consideration before starting any work, is how expensive it may end up and whether you have enough funds for a whole new fit out. If you want to start from the ground up, you need to consider costs for items like a new bath and shower stall; cabinets; wall and floor tiles and other necessities like tap fittings and towel rails.
For those with a smaller decorating budget, you might want to do a mini-makeover. The DIY handyperson can do a lot themselves and still give the bathroom a new look at significant savings.
If you don’t have a backsplash, installing one is easy and inexpensive, and if you have one that’s more than 10 years old, consider updating it. These come in many different varieties, from stone to metal, and in a wide selection of colors and textures. There are even peel-and-stick tiles that look great and are very easy to install.
Be sure you place new towel drawers. You can put them near to the bath or in any area with a practical spot. Put several hand towels by the sink. Make sure the holders have the similar design so it isn’t going to spoil the motif or theme you are attempting to accomplish.
You can start off with a fresh coat of paint on the walls. Something that blends well with the existing wall and construction and building materials would be a good idea. If you’re not sure on what colors go with what, you can get yourself a color wheel. Just search the internet for color wheel and you can go from there.
Almost all of us can paint the walls, doors and windows in our home. Not only is it an easy job but it is also a cheap job, and it makes a huge amount of difference in a home. The last two years have seen a big change in home decor; color schemes are almost non-existent.
So when you work on your own ceramic tile project, always remember how to lay ceramic floor tile properly by knowing how to work with your subfloor surfaces. Learning how to lay ceramic floor tile is also both a great way both to learn a new hobby, and a home improvement skill. Just remember to keep a safe working environment, not to rush things (especially during setting periods), and try to work with at buddy. Better yet, get your friends over and help.