Posted on Jun 27, 2013

When it comes to upgrading a bathroom, it doesn’t have to cost a lot to pull off a great look.  With the housing market on the upswing, Kerrie Kelly Design Lab has found these few tips can keep a renovation within budget while getting the aesthetic you desire for selling or staying!

1)    A Little Paint : Paint is an inexpensive and impactful way to change the bathroom’s appearance. Adding a fresh color to the walls can instantly brighten a space. Along with the walls, a dated bathroom vanity can be easily updated using paint– white, black and greige are all trending colors. Just remember to sand and prime the cabinets before beginning, and use a satin to lacquer enamel finish that can withstand the bathroom elements. Some of our tried and true colors include: Behr’s Silver Sateen, Aged Beige and Sculptor Clay.

2)   Modernize Hardware: Replacing the vanity hardware is another easy bathroom remodeling project. Change out the cabinet and sink hardware to match the finish of the shower door for a seamless, put-together look.

3)   Spruce Up Your Shower: Create a high-end, customized look without the hefty price tag by purchasing a new shower door from Delta. Delta Shower Doors offer the ability to completely customize a look and is easy to install. Simply head to The Home Depot in Sacramento or Palm Springs {as these locations currently have the exclusive on this special product}, select a glass pattern, a frame style and finish and complete the look with modern door hardware.

4)   Add Accessories: To finish off the newly updated bathroom, add accessories to warm up the space and add interest. Neutral rugs, towels and art in the same color palette can create a serene environment.

To see how truly easy this is, simply click on the link below–1, 2, 3 and voila, instant renovation!

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