Simple, easy, small change can have massive results in the look and feel of your bathroom. If your budget won’t let you make those massive changes, there are still ways to upgrade your bathroom without completely overhauling it.
These days, technology has given lighting a whole new lease on life. And right now, there is no shortage of options in terms of the various lighting fixtures you can install in your bathroom for the optimal light that best suits your needs. Small changes in your bathroom lighting can lead to great rewards when you finally decide to sell your home.
When you replace a bathroom faucet, potential homebuyers will notice. You deserve to wash your hands thoroughly with water pressure that feels like it’s doing the job. Invest in a Moen or Delta faucet for the best results.
Install A Soap Basket
Your shower is the place you go to get some quiet time, as well as actually get clean. However, your spa-like retreat will surely feel less relaxing if there is no proper place to place your soap. By installing a soap basket you avoid any soggy soap residue, making your shower experience filled with serenity and calm.
Caulk Your Tub
If your tub is suffering from being broken, cracked or containing mildew, caulk is the cost-effective solution that will immediately give your tub the upgrade it deserves.
Tile Your Floor
If your floor is in need of a fresh face, then installing new tile in your bathroom will instantly give your bathroom a fresh look.
From wall-mounted to tech-savvy, toilets come in a variety of styles and contain a myriad of features that will absolutely be a benefit to you and your family. Not to mention the allure that a new toilet brings to any potential homebuyer.
Whatever You Choose, WalterWorks Hardware Can Help!
Whether you want a beautiful freestanding bathtub or a charming built-in bathtub, WalterWorks Hardware has the expertise and supplies you need. We are well known through the Maryland, Washington, D.C., and northern Virginia area for our fantastic hardware and incomparable knowledge. For more information, please give us a call at (410) 263-9711 or contact us online. For more tips on choosing hardware for your home, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Houzz, Google+, and Pinterest.