When it comes to rooms in the home that don’t see the updates and upgrades nearly as often as they should, bathrooms have to be number one on the list. Maybe you remember what it was like to shop for a home or even an apartment to rent. We bet that more often than not the bathroom or bathrooms left more than a little to be desired.
While you might think that bathroom remodeling and redesign projects are always on the pricey side, this isn’t necessarily the case. As it turns out, there’s a lot you can do to make a bathroom much more attractive than it is, even with the most limited of budgets.
On the list that follows, we’re going to take a look at 12 bathroom remodels and redesigns, sharing the before and after photos, as well as the budgets. We think you’ll see that making your bathrooms much more attractive than they are is much more of a possibility than you might have realized.
Plus, if you see a bathroom remodel or redesign that you like, we’ve pointed you in the direction of all the nitty-gritty details you need to know about what you’re looking at. That’s something that could be invaluable when it comes to engaging on a bathroom remodel or redesign of your own… Let’s take a look!
1. Farmhouse Chic
Tired of their drab and tiny bathroom, these homeowners decided they wanted to give the space a farmhouse makeover.
The renovation, which was shared by The Weather Fox, amazingly only cost a scant $210!
2. Sophisticated Makeover
When you take a look at this bathroom, there’s only one word that can come to mind: plain.
With a budget of just over $300, The Mod House Project was able to give the space this sophisticated look.
3. Subtle Changes, Big Difference
There’s no denying that this bathroom has a completely generic look, mostly thanks to the uninspired vanity.
A few changes, though, including a new coat of paint and a new mirror make all the difference. Learn more at Home Talk.
4. 80s to Contemporary
Tired of having a master bathroom that looks like it’s stuck in the times of cassette players and VCRs?
Well, check out this $2000 renovation from Home Talk, which completely remakes the entire space into something contemporary and modern.
5. Dated to Elated
In this bathroom, you’ve just got to abhor the plain countertop that extends behind the toilet.
Using a budget of around $1000, which includes a new toilet, the look is made new again.
6. Grossly Blue
There’s not a homeowner alive that would find the blue color of this master bathroom to be anything but gross.
To transform the space, a classic look was preferred, and all told everything cost around $2000. You can read more about the renovation here.
7. 70s Dated
When these homeowners purchased their home, they most wanted to give their decidedly 70s bathroom a huge makeover.
Well, the folks at To The Moon And Back spend several thousand and ended up with one beauty of a master bathroom.
8. Ugly Tile to Fab Tile
The biggest problem in this bathroom is the tile work, which is both worn and dated. There’s really nothing worse.
The renovation was conducted by This Dusty House, and given the tile work the price tag came to around $1000.
9. Drab Half Bath
Complete with the dated wallpaper, there’s no denying that this half bathroom was in dire need of an upgrade.
The folks at Dans le Lakehouse gave the half bath that update, and all told it set them back around $800.
10. Dated Luxury
Once this master bathroom would’ve looked luxurious; now it just looks tired and old.
With a large budget of several thousand dollars, this master bathroom has achieved a new lease on life. Read more at Living Beautifully.
11. Little Changes Big Results
Making this bathroom more appealing might seem like a tall task, but it only takes small changes.
The biggest expense in this bathroom remodel, which cost several hundred and was conducted by Everyday Moments, was the beautiful pedestal sink.
12. Kind of Farmhouse to Really Farmhouse
If you’re a fan of farmhouse styling, then you’re likely salivating at the potential for this bathroom.
Well, the remodel, which was conducted by Thistlewood Farm, is nothing short of amazing! All told, everything cost a little over $1500.