White tiled wall
If your bathroom lacks energy and excitement, it can really start your day on the wrong foot.
Getting up every morning and preparing for the hours ahead in a drab, tired room can get you down and put a damper on your home life.
If this is the case in your home, it is very likely that you are looking into bathroom renovations. You will be happy to know that you don’t need to rip everything out of your room and start again to get a brand-new vibe.
Here are a few tips on improving a tired bathroom, without starting from scratch:

Start with the walls

As the foundation of your bathroom, the walls are probably the most important feature in there, only second to the flooring.
You could opt for paint, or tiles to decorate these, but neither of these options are hygienic or durable and will almost certainly result in noticeable damp and mould growing.
Bad 1970s bathroom
Instead, consider a better bathroom wall idea, PVC wall panels. These are resistant to these unwanted growths and you can find some great inspiration on Pinterest, which shows how versatile bathroom cladding is.
You can even install a shower wall panel onto every wall, and turn your bathroom into your very own wet room.

Eliminate mould

Mould is almost certainly the number one killer of a good bathroom makeover.
There’s no point spending money on beautiful tiles, if the grout is going to become a breeding ground for mould immediately after.
Toxic Mold in Bathtub
You can get rid of mould on your grout by using vinegar and water 2-3 times a week and scrubbing. But if you want to save on elbow grease and eliminate that mould altogether, consider our range of shower panels which, thanks to a lack of grout, will prevent mould completely.

Improve the little details

Bathroom makeovers don’t have to cost the earth, if you know what you want to change, simply focus on these points.
Pay attention to the small details, such as door handles, mirrors, soap dishes and toothbrush holders. You will be surprised how much of a difference these can actually make!
Changing things like the tap designs or hanging some artwork is a quick and cheap way to improve the aesthetic of a tired bathroom.

Increase the lighting

There’s nothing worse than a dark and dingy bathroom. Not only does it look grim, but it makes it so hard to get ready in the morning without good lighting!
Consider installing spot lights above your vanity cupboard to improve the light when shaving or applying makeup before a long day.
Strategically placing mirrors around the room can go a long way in reflecting both natural and electric light and making a smaller room look bigger.
As you can see, the word ‘renovation’ doesn’t have to burn a huge hole in your wallet. If you need any more tips on how to revamp your bathroom, feel free to get in touch with us today and we will do what we can to help!