Let’s take a look at a few ideas of how to do some restoring bathroom vanities and bathtubs. Check out my video below:
Restoring Bathroom Vanities and Bathtubs
You don’t have to break the bank when remodeling. Let’s go over a few ideas to restore certain parts of your bathroom to make it updated, with a cost-effective method in mind.
- Painting – This is a great cost-effective solution instead of installing a new vanity. If your old vanity is in decent shape but is outdated, then paint. This is the most cost-effective way to update your bathroom. [ video link: 2:10.0 ]
- Hinges & Door Handles – If your cabinets are in good shape or you just painted them, install new hinges and door handles. This is a great way to update the look in your bathroom, believe it or not! [ video link: 4:45.0 ]
- Cabinet Refacing – Paint the “skeleton”/frame of the cabinet, and then have brand new doors installed. [ video link: 5:25.0 ]
- Reface the bathtub. This is a great solution to do if you are going to move in the next 2-4 years or if you don’t use the bathtub that much at all. [ video link: 8:32.0 ]
If you need an estimate on updating your bathroom, give me a call. My team and I have been serving the St. Charles, Warrenville, Naperville, Plainfield, Joliet, Shorewood, and all of Chicago area for 30+ years.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my video on Restoring Bathroom Vanities and Bathtubs.
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