Ready for a new bathroom, but a little tight on cash? We'll show you how to remodel your bathroom in stages to stay on budget.
So you’ve decided that a complete remodel is needed on your outdated bathroom. First, determine if you’d like to ease into it with some simple refreshes or just jump right to bigger projects.
Simple projects keep the bathroom usable until you’re ready for major renovations. A refresh can include: painting, updating bath hardware, or adding a piece of furniture for more storage or even even add a new curved curtain rod and shower curtain.
If you’re ready to skip to more advanced projects, then it’s time to learn more about installing tile and replacing your toilet with a more efficient one. Then you can replace the faucet and sink or consider adding a new vanity. Finally, add finishing touches such as a mirrored medicine cabinet and vanity lighting.
So are you ready to get started? To see the installation on each part of the renovation, check out our other videos.
When re-doing a bathroom in stages, it helps to plan ahead. For example, you want to paint and later add a new sink or vanity. Since you’ll need to reroute the plumbing for your new vanity, you should do demo before you paint.