Ways To Modernize Your Outdated Bathroom

Modernized bathroom remodel

You don’t have to keep your bathroom looking outdated, just because a full remodel may be out of budget.

Small changes can go a long way, whether that’s decluttering, adding decor, painting the walls, or updating your fixtures and hardware.

Clear the Clutter

The most inexpensive way to change the look of your bathroom and update it is simply clearing all the clutter.

This means on the counter, in the shower, under the sink and in the cabinets and drawers.

It may not mean making the counter clear, but having it neatly organized and having the things present that are useful for those using the space.

Consider coming up with a way to organize everything you need to best fit the space in your bathroom.


From the ceiling to the walls and the floors, every corner of your bathroom contributes to its look.

Consider adding a fresh coat of paint to the walls. A brighter color may open the space to make it feel a bit bigger.

Replace the flooring or even paint it and stencil it.

When, picking the decor, from wall paintings to items that sit on the counter, it is important to have it complement your entire design.

Consider picking items that double for use and decoration. This will help declutter the space while adding decor.


From lighting to your tub and sink, every fixture can make a difference. Lighting styles may depend on how much natural light is coming in through windows.

Consider finding a lighting fixture that doubles in function and decor.

Consider changing your sink or tub out, or simply changing the faucet. Small changes can make a big difference.

When it comes to bathroom remodeling, consider calling a professional to help make your vision a reality.

Dr Rooter of Lexington, are experts within the Lexington, SC, and surrounding areas and can provide plumbing services. Call us at (803) 398-2090 for all your plumbing needs.

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