Ready for a new bathroom, but a little tight
on cash? Well that was the case for us, too. Yeah, our bathroom had this vintage, retro
look that might be cool for some, but it just wasn’t us. So we decided a complete remodel was in order.
But, we worked in stages to stay on budget, and we started with simple, low-cost ideas
and moved on to bigger projects. Now this is just an overview video to show
you the wow, but you can check out our step-by-step videos for all the how-to details. When re-doing a bathroom in stages, it helps
to plan ahead. Like if want to paint, but you’ll need to
reroute the plumbing for that new sink coming down the road. Do the demo work BEFORE you
paint. Simple projects are ones you can do to refresh
or if you just need a bathroom you can live with until you’re ready for major renovations. Think about paint…bath hardware…furniture
for more storage… even a spacious new, curved curtain rod and curtain with style. Now, installing tile is a more advanced project but we’ll show you how. From there we moved on to replacing the toilet. Our old one used way too much water. So a
new one was definitely a must. This one only uses 1.6 gallons per flush. And then we moved on to the sink area, and
added this new faucet and sink, and we also splurged a little with this new vanity. And finally, we added a new mirrored medicine
cabinet and vanity light. Later, we installed this beautiful wall tile. And that completes our bathroom remodel project. Doing it in stages will allow you to work
as timing and budget allow. Are you ready to get started? To see the installation
on each part of the renovation, check out the other videos at Lowes.com/HowTo.