A painted picture and a turkish rug are just the right things for the white bathroom in a traditional styled home. Looking for a way to make your white bathroom softer this winter? Add curtains. You don't even need a window if you like. Cover a wall with white curtains and you'll want to take candlelit baths from now on. You might already have a way to bring some personality to your white bathroom in your home. Remember all those pretty bottles and containers of skincare and makeup? Display your favorites on your bathroom counter. Bottles aren't the only things you can bring out of storage. Fill a basket with towels. Add a tray in the tub for bath necessities. And don't forget to add a couple candles for relaxing bath night. When you need a little change in your white bathroom, you'll find it doesn't take much to make a big impact. A new faucet can catch your eye all by itself. Or maybe even a bottle of hand soap with a pretty label. Take some time to think about what really needs to change in your white bathroom to make it seem fresh before you begin.
As you plan the space, try to come up with a design that keeps the major plumbing lines in place. Moving the toilet from one wall to another will mean relocating a 3-inch drain line in a home, which can cost thousands. “If you can keep the toilet, shower, and sink where they are, you'll save significantly on the project,” says Petrie. The do-it-yourself approach can be an effective way to trim costs, but it's best to focus on the front and back ends of the project, say, ripping out the old tub during demolition and handling the finish painting. Leave the more complicated installations to professionals, ensuring they're highly skilled. “A good tile setter can make a low-cost tile look expensive,” says Goltz. “On the flipside, you could spend a fortune on tile, and a bad tile layer will make it look cheap.
Tile is another material that you touch and feel each day. While you can find quality options for $5 per square foot, super cut-rate tiles may have slight size inconsistencies. The results will be crooked lines that make a bathroom look shoddy. So where can you save? Light fixtures tend to perform the same across most price points—it's the high design that costs more. You might also find that opting for a basic finish on faucets and fixtures saves you hundreds of dollars without compromising quality. And you definitely don't need to blow your budget on a luxury toilet, like Kohler's $6,390 Numi, with its motion-activated lid and built-in bidet. Those are cool features, but toilets costing as little as $300 delivered the best flush in our tests.
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