5 Simple Bathroom Remodeling Projects You Can Do During Winter

Now that winter is here, the last thing most people want to do is to spend time outdoors working on home improvement projects. At the same time, this doesn’t mean the winter season has to be wasted. In fact, there are several indoor projects you can do in your bathroom during the winter that will help increase the value of your home while also keeping your busy throughout those gloomy winter days. Here’s a look at 5 simple bathroom projects you can do during the winter season.

Project #1: Replace Your Vanity

Replacing your vanity is a great way to add character to your bathroom while bringing out your unique sense of style. There are a wide variety of different vanities on the market today and many of them don’t even need to be permanently installed. So, replacing your vanity is often a relatively simple process that offers great rewards.

Project #2: Replace or Add Tile

Another great way to add personality to your bathroom is to add or replace the tile. There are many different types of tiles to select from, including those that are made from slate, glass, granite and marble. Not only can you tile the floor, but tiling the walls and creating tiled steps or platforms leading to the shower or bathtub are also great ways to add a little pizzazz to your bathroom during the winter months.

Project #3: Replace Your Faucets or Showerheads

You would be amazed by the impact that replacing your faucets or showerheads can have on the overall look of your bathroom. In addition, by selecting the right faucets or showerheads, you can also conserve water while also improving the pressure and heat of your water. Of course, there are also many luxurious showerheads available, many of which are removable and feature a number of different water patterns so you can truly enjoy your shower.

Project #4:  Add Storage

You can never have too much storage space in your bathroom. Therefore, you might want to take advantage of the winter season and find ways to add additional storage space to your bathroom. Even replacing your current linen closet with a new one may help create more effective storage space while also giving your bathroom the facelift it needs.

Project #5:  Replace the Toilet

If you want to give your bathroom a more luxurious look, you might want to consider replacing your current toilet with an upgraded version. Adding a low profile toilet, for example, will help you conserve water while also drawing less attention to the toilet. Or, you might want to consider replacing your toilet with one that has a detachable seat, which helps make cleaning far easier.

If you’re not handy enough to take care of this on your own, these are all projects that can be handled by a bathroom remodeling contractor.

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