Renovations? No thanks. Weekend long renovations?
Now you’re listening.
No one wants to undertake a renovation project that is going to take weeks and weeks. I mean…people do it, but not without some serious mental, emotional and physical prepping ahead of time. In the busyness of life, more people would far rather a project that is simple, short and sweet.
So today, we are going to give you some ideas on how you can upgrade your Master bath in a single weekend.
- Fresh Linens
As cute as your towels are from 1997….uh….sorry, but they’re not cute at all. Swap your old, hole-y, bleach-stained towels for some fresh linens. While getting nice linens used to be a very expensive feat, there are so many stores that make finding inexpensive ones possible. And you DON’T have to compromise on quality. Check out Tuesday Morning, Marshalls & Home Goods. Professional tip: opt for white. You can always keep white looking fresh with bleach! Install a towel bar to arrange your linens nicely.
Lighting is HUGE guys! It makes the world of differences. Get rid of your weird ‘boob’ lights (you know what we are referring to) and opt for some upgraded, modern lighting. You can find this at your local home improvement stores: Lowe’s & Home Depot.
- Faux Wall Paneling
Guys, this one is revolutionary (not that we’re biased). Faux wall paneling is ah-maaaazing. You can literally transform your shower into a spa-like oasis in a matter of hours.
Unlike authentic stone, faux stone panels can be installed with a little adhesive and screws. It is impervious to moisture so you don’t have to worry about having them in a wet environment. There is no grout to clean, and they can easily be wiped down with a wet cloth. They are impervious to mold, mildew and rotting as well! They look so good around a bathtub or shower. They are light-weight and super easy to install (DIY if you will).
You can find a full selection of faux stone, faux brick, and faux wood paneling in our ‘Products’ section on our main page: www.fauxdirect.com.
Fresh paint can do literal wonders for your bathroom. Make the room actually feel larger by painting your walls a light, neutral color. Here’s a link to some of our favorites: https://www.bhg.com/bathroom/color-schemes/neutrals/.
You can go the extra mile by replacing your bath mat, getting cute hand soaps, and adding fun things like new candles and house plants. These little touches will go a long way, and won’t cost you an arm and a leg!
Happy weekend renovating, y’all!!