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These Tricks Can Help You Update a Tiny Bathroom

Give your T&B a fresh look without spending too much

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Photography: Jojo Gloria | Marc Jao (Main Photos)

Since we use the bathroom on a daily basis, it has a tendency to look dated compared to the other areas in the home. You'll start noticing watermarks everywhere, the dirty grout, and the endless clutter in every nook no matter how many organizers you buy. However, before you start planning a major makeover, there are simple and inexpensive ideas you can do to breathe new life into the space. Try any of these tricks if your T&B needs a quick upgrade:

1. Replace your shower curtain.

If it’s been months or even a year since you’ve purchased a shower curtain, it's probably time to get a new one. Choose a style that suits your taste or the look you’re going for. Opt for black and white for a minimalist look, neutrals for a calming vibe, or bright and printed for a quirky feel. From there, you can create a whole color motif to apply to the rest of your bathroom.

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2. Invest in nice and quality towels.


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Getting matching towel sets is the best way to make your bathroom look put-together. Whether you choose an all-white set, a colored one, or a printed set, hanging them all together will elevate the look of your space instantly. Go the extra mile and get matching bathroom mats and hand towels as well.

3. Get matching storage sets.

Buy storage containers that go with the entire look of your bathroom and keep clutter at bay while you’re at it. Unifying the look of your storage bins and counter accessories can freshen up any drab bathroom and make your space look organized and new. Instead of displaying huge plastic shampoo bottles, you can buy pretty reusable ones you can just refill to tie the look together.


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4. Update your fixtures.

This option might be more pricey and can require some work but it’s worth it to give your bathroom a whole new look without renovating. After some time, our bathroom fixtures develop watermarks that become harder to remove. Start by changing the faucet, the showerhead, and the handles of your cabinets.

5. Switch up your mirror.


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Mirrors don’t get as much attention in our bathrooms, but our chosen piece can make a difference in the entire look of the space. If you want to spice things up in the bathroom, you can choose a mirror with a unique shape or frame. Be on the lookout for black-framed mirrors, round ones, or you can also change the frame of your old one if it's still in good condition.

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