Bathroom In Need
Of A Remodel?

Whether you are looking to renovate your bathroom on a budget or want to tackle a couple of upgrades in the space, make sure the types of renovations you choose have the highest returns. This allows you to spend your funds in the areas that will pack the biggest punch and also helps you prioritize your project tasks. Here are five bathroom, budget-friendly renovation projects that can either be done on their own or in conjunction with one another.

New Plumbing Fixture

Old fixtures can date your bathroom, so consider new fixtures to modernize your space. Swapping out bathroom fixtures doesn’t have to be an expensive project. When choosing new fixtures make sure that the pieces you choose complement other aspects of your current bathroom aesthetics unless you are planning a full remodel.

Upgrade Your Vanity 

Are you looking to make a more dramatic impact on your bathroom? Then we recommend you consider replacing your entire vanity. You can buy vanity kits, or you can choose to purchase individual pieces to create the perfect vanity. Make sure when choosing materials, you choose materials that will have a wider appeal. 

Fresh Coat of Paint

Are you looking for a quick and easy project? A new coat of paint can make a huge impact on the look of your bathroom. Painting is a good renovation project for homeowners to do themselves, particularly in the bathroom, which is usually a smaller space. Make sure to choose a neutral color that will have more widespread appeal.


Upgrading the flooring in your bathroom is an excellent way to create a dramatic change. The average cost per square foot of bathroom flooring is about $2.50 on the low end and $4.00 on the high end, plus labor costs, assuming you don’t install the flooring yourself. Do you have a larger budget and want a spa type feeling? We recommend installing radiant heat mats under the tile, which warm the floors for a cozy feel post-shower or bath.

Energy-Efficient Updates

Making your home more energy efficient isn’t just good for the environment, it is also great for your home’s resale value! Your shower, sink, and toilet can all be optimized for low flow, which results in a lower water bill. When you’re making changes to fixtures in your bathroom, go for the options that add energy efficiency to your home. 

Project Spotlight

The homeowners of this project wanted an update to their home’s main floor bathroom. This project encompassed a complete tear-out of the existing bathroom. We removed the existing stand-up shower in favor of a three-piece surround and tub. We freshened up the space by painting the bathroom and laying new LVP flooring. The homeowner also chose to add a new vanity and toilet to finish the bathroom remodel!