Diy inexpensive bathroom ideas
Painting floorboards has also become a bit of a trend, so if you own floorboards in your bathroom, consider this as a cheap but chic bathroom update.
You’ll need to use wood paint (see our guide for the best), but if you can, use a paint designed for floors as it will be more durable and less slippery – if more limited in colour choices.
This is definitely a weekend occupation you could do yourself, just check out our guide to how to paint floorboards; you’ll discover more inspiring ideas over there, too.
Create an ombré paint effect
Experimenting with on-trend paint ideas is an simple and affordable way of creating a new vibe in a tired looking space.
Copy this thought and pick two or three shades of varying tones (we’d recommend blues for a bathroom) and create a stylish finish with the assist of our guide to painting an ombré accent wall.For more inspiration, check out these bathroom paint ideas.
Invest in stylish bathroom storage to make more space
Obviously, shelves are a excellent bathroom storage solution, but make them both practical and stylish by choosing open shelving that you could also make a bit of a feature of. Use them to store your essentials, your soaps, cotton wool, floss and what not (stick them in some beautiful glass jars if you want), but also stir in some more decorative pieces love candles, home plants and cute folded towels.
Get some more tips of how to style shelves in our dedicated feature.
Experiment with bathroom wallpaper
Bathrooms and wallpaper?
Surely that’s not a excellent mix? Well, actually, it can work if you just follow a few additional steps when choosing and hanging your wallpaper. First, don’t hang wallpaper anywhere that will be in constant contact with water – and if your bathroom isn’t really well ventilated we would recommend sticking to wallpaper specifically designed for bathrooms (B&Qhave a grand selection). Otherwise, you can use any wallpaper you love, but make certain you useextra strong wallpaper adhesive;alayer of clear varnish can assist protect it further.
Or paint bathroomwalls an unexpected shade
There are few cheaper and easier ways to update a space than by giving it a new lick of paint. We are loving pink at the moment, and softer shades are a space-enhancing choice for a little room. So if you are looking for an on trend bathroom update, we tell go for a rosy hue.
Something love Farrow & Ball’s Sulking Room Pink, which despite the name is actually a really grown up take on the colour, would be our fave choice.
For more pink room ideas to get you inspired, check out our feature.Find more bathroom paint ideas in our gallery, too, if pink’s not your first choice.
Cheap Bathroom ideas under £50
Yep, when we said cheap bathroom ideas, we meant cheap! Every the ideas in this section come in at under 50 quid and most of them are super quick updates or little DIY jobs to anyone could do.That makes them quick as well as affordable.
Paint a bathroom ceiling anything but white
Painted ceilings are a massive trend at the moment and are a really grand way to add interest to a space, especially a smaller space love a bathroom. If you are a keen DIYer and desire to give this a go yourself, just check out our guide to painting a ceiling.
If you’re feeling courageous and desire to copy this gothic glance, we recommend going for a combo of Farrow & Ball Below Pipe and Railings, and investing in excellent bathroom lighting.