By Cornelie Aubert. Bathroom. Published at Thursday, February 08th, 2018 - 12:15:46 PM.
You can also save money on fixtures, even toilets and showers, if you purchase them used. Scour sites like and Craigslist or head over to the nearest Habitat for Humanity ReStore, which specifically sells home necessities such as doors, mirrors, sinks, toilets, and tubs.
Let’s be honest, there is nothing worse than an outdated, dirty toilet.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.
One thing that many people learn is that replacing the flooring in their bathroom is cheap, because it is a relatively small area. While not all bathrooms are small, the majority of them are. This should open up a world of opportunities in terms of the types of flooring that you can consider. Some of the most popular options include ceramic tile, vinyl, and marble/travertine.
Keep in mind that you don’t always have to buy towel racks at a home improvement store or IKEA. One of my friends used old plumbing for her towel racks and it gave her bathroom a very cool, industrial feel. Plus, since she rescued them out of an old house that was about to be torn down, they were free!
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