Many Indianapolis homes come with two and a half bathrooms – a master bathroom, a full guest bathroom, and a half bathroom usually containing only a sink and toilet. Many times, the half bath gets neglected because of its size; however, if it’s the only bathroom on your main floor, it probably gets used the most! Because of it’s small size, remodeling a half bath is very manageable in budget and effort. Let the bathroom remodeling experts at Indy Renovation help you give your forgotten room a much needed update, and be proud of your small space.

3 Tips for Updating Your Half Bath

1. Replace Your Old Toilet

Because the room is usually quite small, the main thing you see when you walk in is the toilet. So why not make sure it’s not an eyesore? If you’ve never replaced the toilet in your half bath, chances are it’s time for a change. Today, toilets are made to sit higher for comfort and they are also eco-friendly, featuring water-saving options and fast-flushing capabilities.

2. Update the Details

If you’re looking for a quick and inexpensive way to spruce up your bathroom, consider the small things that would be easy to update. New finishings on your vanity, new towel racks, new toilet paper holders, and even a new doorknob can make your space feel like new with very little effort.

3. Ditch the Pedestal

Most builder grade homes come standard with a single pedestal sink in the half bath. However, if you have the space, consider updating it to a small vanity. This will allow you to be more creative with your style while also adding some much needed storage space to your small bathroom. While this may seem like a big project, vanities can be installed quickly and easily, and will also contribute to the future resale value of your home. 

At Indy Renovation, our remodeling experts are here for all of your bathroom and home remodeling needs. Contact us at (317) 375-4464 to schedule a consultation today. We would be pleased to work with you on your next project.

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