Bathroom remodels don’t have to cost an arm and a leg. If your bathroom needs a makeover and you are on a budget, there are many things you can do to save some money. The bathroom renovation experts at Indy Renovation can help you prioritize your list of wants and needs so that you can make your bathroom look fantastic without breaking the bank. Here are some ideas for a budget-friendly bathroom remodel to help you get started on the planning process. 

Budget Bathroom Renovation

Use Tile Strategically

Custom tile can be a beautiful, practical, and artistic feature in your bathroom. But, it can get expensive to lay tile on both the floor and shower surround. There are many different types of tile to choose from, so it would not be difficult to find a brand and style that fits in your budget. To save money, you can also tile one horizontal strip as an accent and then paint the rest of the wall. 

Get Creative with Countertops

Adding granite countertops to your bathroom will look great and can add value to your home, but it often doesn’t come cheaply. Fortunately, there are a few tricks you can employ to get beautiful granite countertops on a budget. Neutral colors are more popular and thus more costly, so opt for a less expensive color pallet. You can also look for slabs of granite that have minor imperfections. Depending on the size and location of the imperfections, you might not be able to see them once the installation is complete. 

Refinish Instead of Buying New

Sometimes, having a bathroom feature refinished is less expensive than replacing it all together. Showers and tubs can be professionally relined at a lower cost than a replacement. You can also refinish your vanity cabinets to a more modern color such as white, grey, or navy blue, instead of replacing the cabinets altogether. 

For more information on what our bathroom remodelers and plumbers can do for you, contact Indy Renovation today at (317) 375-4464 to schedule an appointment. We proudly serve the Indianapolis area, including Fishers and Carmel.

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