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5 DIY bathroom updates

Its amazing what a few simple weekend projects can do to update your bathroom. A fresh coat of paint or a shiny new tap will see your bathroom transform from dull and dingy to contemporary and fresh. What’s better is that they are all DIY projects and won't cost you an arm and a leg!


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  1. Waterfall spout

A Waterfall spout for your basin or bathtub screams the ultimate luxury. A simple, minimalist spout flooding out warm water will become the ideal centrepiece for your contemporary bathroom. Whether its wall mounted or hob mounted, choose a durable stainless steel design that will add the high quality polished finish to your beautiful bathroom.

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  1. Heated Towel Rail

Nothing is more enjoyable then stepping out of the shower and having a warm towel to wrap yourself in. Heated towel rails are the ultimate solution to cold mornings. Made from quality, heavy grade stainless steel, the Renovator Store’s heated towel rails come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes and offer hard wire or plug in solutions. No need to rip down your wall and call for an electrician, simply plug it in and switch it on!

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  1. Mirror

A mirror goes a long way in a small, dark bathroom. Even in a large, bright bathroom a mirror will create space and intensify the natural light. It doesn’t have to be a simple mirror behind your vanity. Why not create a splashback out of mirror tiles or add a floor length mirror behind your bathroom door. Mirrors can double as aesthetic pieces of art as well as practical solutions.

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  1. Clean the shower grout

Cleaning the grout between your shower tiles may sound like a nasty job but the results will be well worth it. Many people decide to re-tile when the grime and dirt builds up to an ungodly amount but if you don’t want to waste your money on an unnecessary process, simply grab ¾ cup of baking soda, ¼ cup bleach and a scrubbing brush and begin the spring cleaning!


  1. Add some storage

Whether it’s some simple hooks on the wall for towels or a drawer organiser for your vanity, a little bit of storage goes a long way in a bathroom. Why not add some floating shelves above the toilet to store towels and spare toilet paper.

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