Accomplishing a Minor Bathroom Remodeling Project

Accomplishing a Minor Bathroom Remodeling Project

Another area of the house that’s common to have remodeled is the bathroom. You can have a beautiful home, but if you have low quality and outdated bathrooms, it’s really going to lower the worth of your house and distract your possible tenants from wanting to invest in your house. Taking some time to do a basic remodeling project within your bathroom will ensure that this area of your household looks just as nice as any of the others areas. Here are some aspects to consider remodeling within your bathroom to create the most impressive results.



It seems simple, but almost everyone immediately notices the counters when they walk into the bathroom. If you have high quality counters with nice materials, such as stone or various other options, it’s a good way to increase the worth of the room and the house as a whole.



If you want to, you can keep these simple and just refinish the older ones that you have. However, if you invest in a new set of cabinets, it always makes the room look a bit more updated and ensures that the general value of the home will increase as well.

Sinks, Tubs, Showers, Toilets


These are some of the more obvious areas to replace. Since they get the most use and attention while someone is in the bathroom, they need to be in decent quality. Outdated is generally not acceptable here; investing in new versions of these items to replace your old versions will not only improve the experience of guests using the bathroom, it will more than pay you back when you resell your home.



If you don’t like the general color scheme, why not change it completely? This can always be accomplished by repainting the walls or even using a wallpaper. In general, it’s best to use removable wallpaper because the steam associated with showers and baths can have negative effects on your wall treatment of choice.



Faucets, showerheads, and towel racks should be replaced when you have finished the remodeling of your bathroom. This helps to give the bathroom a completed look and ensures everything works properly.

Amy Wright
Amy Wright is the Lead Editor of Remodeling Central. When she isn't playing with her dogs she is trying to remodel a classic Chicago style brownstone with her husband.