Live Better With a Bathroom Renovation

BonnieBathroom Renovation, How-Tos

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Renovations are extremely popular, and for good reason. Renovating your home can give you a fresh look, add value to your home and make it more comfortable! But where do you start? If you’re looking for some help with your renovations or would like to learn how to DIY them yourself, keep reading. 

Replace your vanity with a floating vanity

If you’re looking to make your bathroom feel larger, adding a floating vanity is a great way to go. It also gives you the opportunity to add custom touches without having to install an entirely new countertop. Instead, the floating vanity can be installed directly into the wall and be made of just about anything from metal to stone or wood. Magnifico! 

Install a bidet seat

A bidet toilet seat is a elegant addition to any bathroom. Unlike using toilet paper, which can sometimes cause irritation and dry out your skin, a bidet toilet seat uses warm water to clean up after you use the bathroom. They are a timeless classic and an excellent upgrade for anyone looking to update their bathroom.

Bidets also help those who have limited mobility due to arthritis or other conditions. Bidet seats are easy-to-use buttons or knobs that can be operated by anyone—even someone with limited mobility—and many models allow users to adjust the temperature of the water used in their cleaning function.

Paint the walls bright colours

Painting the walls with bright colours is a great way to make a small bathroom feel larger. Cerulean blue, burnt orange, olive green… the world is your oyster! Pair a bright wall with a neutral ceiling and trim, like white or grey, for a smart feel. 

Hang a pendant light from the ceiling

There’s something about a pendant light that can make even the most boring bathroom look beautiful. Pendant lights are great because they don’t require you to drill holes through your ceiling and they come in a variety of shapes and sizes, making it easy to find one that fits your style. 

If you have a low ceiling, you might want to consider using traditional fixtures in lieu of pendant lighting because it will give off more light without taking up much space above your head. 

If your bathroom has high ceilings, hanging pendants from above is an easy way to add some personality without making the room feel cluttered or dark. You can also use just one large-scale fixture as the main source of lighting in larger bathrooms with plenty of natural sunlight coming through windows!

Add a walk-in shower

Walk-in showers are more spacious than typical tub and shower combinations, so they’re a good choice if you have mobility issues or limited space. Also, they come with handrails and grab bars, which provide extra support for people who may need it.

If you’re considering adding a walk-in shower to your bathroom but aren’t sure where to start, here are some tips for making it happen:

  • Choose the right size for your bathroom by measuring the existing space before purchasing any materials or tools; then plan out where everything will go ahead of time (you want this job done quickly).
  • Carefully cut away any parts of the old bathtub before installing new brackets that will hold up the walk-in shower enclosure; make sure these brackets are securely fastened into studs behind drywall walls using screws that won’t damage other surfaces nearby when tightened down tightly enough under pressure from weight applied against them over time by those using them daily without fail!


There you have it—our five favorite bathroom renovation ideas. It’s not that hard to give your bathroom a refresh! You don’t need a ton of money or time, just the right tools and inspiration. If you’re looking for more ideas, check out our blog or give us a call. We’re always happy to assist!