Do you hate your bathroom? If you do, it may be time to renovate it! However, a bathroom renovation can be expensive. Fortunately, you can do a little remodeling and change the look of your bathroom without redoing the entire thing or depleting your bank account. Here are a few different tips to follow that will help you stay within your budget while still making your bathroom look brand new.

budget-bathroom-renovation 1.You don’t have to change every single thing – Redoing the bathroom floor can be labor-intensive and costly, but you do not necessarily have to do it – repainting and redoing your countertop can be enough to make your bathroom look very different. On the other hand, if you do not want to redo the vanity counter, don’t. A different type of floor and some new paint might be enough. 2.Decide if you want to do a major renovation or just a face-lift – Major renovations might include changing the layout of the room – moving the bathtub or shower, adding a new tub, or knocking out a wall and expanding the entire room. These major renovations will obviously take a lot longer and require a larger budget. If you just want your bathroom to look different, you don’t have to do any of this. 3.Calculate all your budget carefully – Remember your bathroom remodeling cost needs to include more than just the materials and time it takes to complete the renovations. You may also need to purchase new towels, a new shower curtain, and other items since the old ones may no longer fit with your new color scheme. You might need to get new towel bars, a new mirror, and other furnishings, too. Make sure your budget can cover all of this. 4.Think about your timeline – While it might help your budget to spread out the expenses over several months, can you handle having a bathroom in a state of disrepair for that long? If you have two bathrooms, it may only be a minor inconvenience. However, if it’s your main bathroom or your only bathroom with a shower, you may not be able to go more than a week or so without it being fully operational. It might cost more to get your remodeling done right away, but sometimes, that may be an expense worth making. 5.Comparison shop – Always comparison shop for both materials and contractor services. Even if you’ve settled on the type of tile or other material you want, take the time to see if you can find it a little cheaper at another store. You might end up making purchases at three or four stores, but it may be worth it to save a significant amount. You can also look online – sometimes, even with shipping costs, you can still save money by ordering materials from the internet. Take into account these five different things and you’ll be able to complete your bathroom renovations without going over your budget. In the end, you’ll have a gorgeous new bathroom and you will not be thousands of dollars in debt.