By . Bathroom. Published at Saturday, April 14th, 2018 - 05:55:36 AM.
However, let’s say you do have some vintage bathroom fixtures or an old tub you don’t want to get rid of. The good news? You can refinish them yourself if they’re made of porcelain, cast iron, or fiberglass. That said, it takes time and some investment. A basic DIY refinishing kit will run you $150, but you’ll also need additional supplies such as a sander, a spray gun, face masks, paint brushes, etc. You can see a good, basic tutorial for DIY refinishing
Just like every space, paint can go a long way in refreshing a bathroom. Why not add a modern shade to your walls to see what it can do? For whatever reason, many homeowners leave their bathroom the same color for years on end. Some even have wallpaper and refuse to take it down. Even if you change nothing else, a new paint color will transform the appearance of your bathroom.
However, don’t try this with sink and shower fixtures as it costs more to refinish them than to replace them. Refinishing these fixtures is more expensive because very few people decide to do it unless they have old, vintage pieces, and contractors who offer this service often charge a premium price.
Buying used or repurposing materials is also good for the environment. In addition to searching sites like Etsy for upcycled upgrades, search for ideas and do them yourself. For example, it’s fairly easy to turn mason canning jars into soap dispensers.
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