Do It Yourself Bathroom Projects are generally quite simple for even a novice homemaker, and may only take a few hours to complete.
A dated and worn-down bathroom can allow a space meant to be comfortable and relaxing to turn into a completely utilitarian room. Since most bathrooms are relatively small rooms, it may be surprising how few detail changes it takes to turn a tired water closet into a luxurious spa retreat.
One of the easiest Do It Yourself Bathroom Projects is freshening up the walls.
A quick coat of paint may be enough to add a patina of shine to room, but don’t stop there. Customize a paint job by using two-tone designs, putting a lighter shade on the top quarter of the room to give an illusion of height and airiness. Add baseboard trim or painted border to give the room some colorful dimension. For children’s bathroom, try painting in fun details, such as sea creatures, big bubbles, or even a mermaid.
For a weekend-long do it yourself bathroom project, freshen up the whole room by replacing the floor tile. Pick tiles in soothing spa shades of aqua, green, and white, or go for Zen-inspired ambiance with taupe, cream, and sage. After old tiling is removed, lay out the entire new floor using small wooden blocks as spacers for grout between each tile. Photograph the layout for reference, then pull the tile back up and get to work. Quick polish after the mastic and grout has dried and the beautiful new floor is ready to go.
For child’s bathroom, personalizing the room can be great Do It Yourself Bathroom Projects to do with the kids. Add fun shower curtains with animals or silly prints, and complement with related soaps and a bathmat. It is also possible to embroider the first initial of each kid’s name on his or her towel to prevent mix-ups. Keep bath toys in a bucket next to the tub, both for easy clean up and to keep close at hand for any sea battles that may arise.