We love a beautiful master bathroom retreat in a Southern home, but sometimes those dreamy tubs and papered walls can be costly. If you're hoping for a bathroom makeover but are sticking to a budget, you'll love these inexpensive tricks from our friends at Coinage. With these low-cost tips, you’ll be on your way to a bathroom that looks brand new!
Purchasing a series of wooden floating shelves will add a designer touch to any wall – not to mention, it’ll free up some space on your counters. Costing $15 per shelf, this DIY project can be finished in one afternoon.
Tired of your old-school linoleum? NuCore Waterproof flooring easily fits on top of any surface. The product is sound resistant, has a soft underfoot, and is resistant to mold and mildew. For only $2.60 per square foot, an average bathroom can be completed for just $100.
By purchasing a bottle of rust-proof spray paint, you can upgrade any fixture. Just select a color, and your faucets, toilet handle, and shower system can be fixed in a blink. Each can costs around $7.
Say goodbye to your old shower curtain. A chic, white cotton curtain will brighten up the smallest spaces. This simple addition will make you feel like you’ve stepped into a 5-star spa and only costs $27.