Outdated Bathroom? 3 Projects That Will Make A Big Impact

If you’re thinking of remodeling your outdated bathroom, sometimes the sheer amount of updates that need to be completed can seem daunting. You don’t have to gut your entire bathroom to get a new, fresh look. If you don’t have the time or budget to complete a full-scale outdated bathroom makeover, read on to learn about 3 remodel projects that will give you the most bang for your buck.

Remove Dated Flooring

Flooring before & after from brown carpet to white marble.
Whether it’s carpet or outdated tile, the wrong bathroom flooring can date your space and create more work for you. Switching up your bathroom flooring is a great way to give your space a brand new look. With so many affordable and beautiful flooring options out there, from marble-look to wood-look tile, it’s easy to make your space pop on any budget.
In this Oregon City bathroom remodel, the homeowners did not love how carpet dated their space. Removing the old brown carpet and replacing it with sleek white marble instantly changed the feel of the space. Since the homeowners wanted to focus on updating the floors and shower, we left the cabinets and tub the same.

Update the Shower

Shower before & after with new floor to ceiling tile and clear glass doors.
Sometimes, there’s one particular bathroom element that’s making a space look out of date. For many homeowners, that element is their shower. From old-fashioned fixtures to hard-to-clean grout, a dated shower can bring down the look and feel of your entire bathroom. When remodeling an outdated bathroom, one of the easiest ways to make a big impact is an à la carte shower remodel. Since the shower is an integral part of most bathroom designs, updating this element can help to modernize even the most outdated space. In this Portland bathroom remodel, we added floor-to-ceiling tile and clear glass doors to the shower, which helps to open up the entire room.

Add New Fixtures

Before and after showing updated fixtures and tiling on the bath tub.
When it comes to bathroom remodel projects, many homeowners don’t think about fixtures. But changing the color or style of fixtures in your bathtub, sink, or shower can dramatically change the look of your space. In this Vancouver, WA bathroom remodel, the homeowners weren’t in love with their bathroom design but didn’t hate it either. We opted to keep their existing tub, but update the fixtures and the tiling on the tub deck, which transformed the entire tub-area.
We hope that these 3 bathroom update ideas will leave you inspired to tackle your own budget bathroom makeover. These ideas are only the tip of the iceberg! There are so many updates that can modernize your space within your budget.

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