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8 Simple Ways To Update Your Bathroom Under $50

bathroom updates under $50

The kitchen may be numero uno to people, but the bathroom is a close second. Studies show that a happy bathroom makes a happy person. We don't all have endless budgets to create our dream bath, but there are several small tweaks you can make and many come in under $50! Here are 8 ways to help get you closer to your perfect bathroom!     

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1. Don't have the time or patience to paint? By simply updating the towels in the bathroom, you get an instant face-lift. Use towels that compliment the color scheme of your bathroom now to give it a fresher look. These towels caught my eye via Target 

bathroom updates under $50

2. If you can't seem to find a bathmat you fancy, why not make your own? I can think of about a zillion patterns I want to paint. via Addicted 2 Decorating 

bathroom updates under $50

3. Give the tub/shower a quick makeover with a new trim kit like this chrome one via Wayfair 

bathroom updates under $50

4. Build a simple wood frame for your mirror to give it a more "finished" look via Momtastic 

bathroom updates under $50

5. Cover your builder-grade vanity with a coat of paint in a gorgeous navy tone (or any color you like!) via Two Delighted 

bathroom updates under $50

6. Create a mosaic tile frame to place around your bathroom mirror from wooden yardsticks!!! At $.68/yardstick, you'll come in way under budget! via Addicted 2 Decorating 

bathroom updates under $50

7. New lights over a vanity can literally brighten (see what I did there?) any bathroom space. I'm fancying this bath bar via Wayfair 

bathroom updates under $50

8. As always, the quickest and best way to makeover any room is with a fresh coat of paint. Choose a color and/or brand you've liked in the past and you'll get a nice, new bathroom! This bathroom makeover via Live Love DIY 

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Anonymous on Sep 19, 2014:

Nice! So wish I could paint the walls in our rental bathroom. Where we live, the bathroom walls are always tiled, floor to ceiling. I've found that a coordinating print or colored contact paper, cut to size, will cover the ugly accent tiles and improve the over-all appearance. Plus, it removes w/o damaging anything = perfect for rental contracts! :)


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