By Yannick Toinette. Bathroom. Published at Saturday, December 09th, 2017 - 13:15:26 PM.
Let’s be honest, there is nothing worse than an outdated, dirty toilet. In addition to being an off-color, such as pink or yellow, if not taken care of properly, a toilet can turn into a sight for sore eyes. Replacing a toilet is cheaper and easier than most people believe. For roughly $75 to $100, you should be able to find a basic white (or shade of white) toilet. This will quickly improve your bathroom.
A popular trend is to splurge on granite countertops. Because the bathroom counter is so small, the investment is often fairly low compared to what you’d spend on kitchen counters, for example. So how can you save here? First, look at the color. Neutral colors like tan, brown, and light beige are more popular, which means they’re more expensive. To save money, consider and price out a wider swath of colors.
Make at least one circuit dimmable - In the bathroom, you really should have at least one dimmable circuit if you can. If nothing else, it will help avoid being blinded when you’re visiting the bathroom in the middle of the night, and it’s a great way to get flexibility if you only have one or two light sources.
Bring drama to the bathroom. A deep navy or midnight blue has real impact, so experiment in the bathroom, where these dramatic statement shades will create a cozy cocoon, especially when used on the ceiling, too.
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