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As these unprecedented times have resulted in an emphasis on staying home and staying healthy there is no better time than now to revamp your bathrooms.
Oftentimes DIY projects are thought of as lazy or of low-quality, but this is not always the case. A lot of simple improvements can be done to a home with a few tools and the right amount of elbow grease. In this article, we will outline some ways you can modify your bathroom and increase its visual appeal and usability.
Why not get the whole family involved and share in the satisfaction together?
This can also be a great way to teach young children and teens valuable skills. Check out these great DIY bathrooms builds and get started today!
Create alternative storage space as well as a place to display items by building a set of floating shelves. Start by attaching two industrial style pole brackets to the wall. When they are secure, place a piece of aged wood on top of them and use wood glue or small mounting screws to keep them in place.
An easy and fun DIY activity is the roped trash bin. All you need is your current trash bin, a large bundle of thick rope and a hot glue gun. It is up to you to choose the color and style, so it gives you a lot of room to be creative! Using hot glue, begin to wrap the rope around the trash bin until the entire outside is covered, and voilà, you have yourself a trendy new can.
A very popular DIY bathroom build is the river rock shower floor. If your shower has an unsightly floor you can smash away the current tile and lay your smooth rocks you have found or bought. You must make sure the floor is properly sealed before adding the cement and the smooth stones. If you have questions about this trickier task, try giving an expert a call.
Add a bit of modern design by spray painting your rusted bathroom faucets or showerhead. Make sure you sand away the current faucets and use a spray primer and construction-grade spray paint to ensure proper adhesion.
If you have an old picture frame lying around this is the perfect DIY project. Give the frame a fresh coat of paint and fit in pieces of old pallet board or barn board. When the boards are secured in the frame, you can screw in a few hooks for your towels. This is a great way to add a rustic vibe to any bathroom.
While some of these ideas may be more intensive than others, they are all bound to get you up and working on your home. It is important to have fun with it and keep stress levels low. It is a learning experience for you and your family. However, if you need a little guidance, feel free to give us a call.