Planning a bathroom on a budget

Planning a bathroom on a budget


Posted 3rd MayYH PROMOTION

Updating a bathroom can add a huge amount of value to the home and whilst fitting a new bathroom may seem like a daunting, and expensive, task - it doesn’t have to be. Redesigning a bathroom can involve anything, from introducing new accessories, to a fresh lick of paint or installing a brand-new bathroom suite. However, a luxury bathroom doesn’t have to mean a luxury price tag and it is possible to upgrade your bathroom, without spending a fortune.

 

Bathroom suites on a budget

 

 

If you are looking to replace an outdated suite on a budget, Bathroom Takeaway offer a range of bathroom suites for under £300, which are not only amazing value, but offer reassuring quality. Combining everything you need from a bathroom suite, the products will help add a touch of contemporary style to your space, whilst offering all the functionality you require. The Splash bathroom suite is perfect for a family bathroom, available in a range of specifications, with the bath available in 1700mm, 1600mm or 1500mm models. The Splash suite starts from £199.97 and is just £224.97 with the addition of a vanity unit.

For a more traditional bathroom, the Abbey suite from Bathroom Takeaway starts from £419.97. Slightly more expensive than the contemporary, minimalist bathroom suite, the Abbey includes a roll top bath with intricate features and a matching Victorian style pedestal basin and toilet, whilst the freestanding slipper bath alternative is £499.97. If you would like to upgrade your bathroom by creating a centrepiece from your bath, the traditional double ended Solitude bath and the Solitude traditional slipper bath is just £299.97.

 

Replacing bathroom tiling

 

 

One of the most effective ways of refreshing a bathroom is replacing the tiling, however this can be expensive. Strategic placement of tiles, just in the areas which are guaranteed to get wet is a great way to keep costs low, whilst also improving the style of your space. Monochrome is a popular trend at the moment and is also timeless. Monochrome is also incredible versatile and will match any style in the future. If tiling is out of your budget, tile paint is also a viable option.

 

Vanity units for a bathroom

 

 

Alternatively, if you want to improve the style of your bathroom, without replacing the ceramics, bathroom furniture is inexpensive and If you are looking to improve the style of your bathroom, without replacing the ceramics, bathroom furniture is the obvious choice. Vanity units can add much needed storage space to a bathroom as well as improving the overall style of your space. Bathroom Takeaway offer a wide range of vanity units to match any colour scheme. Starting from as little as £84.97, upgrading your bathroom doesn’t have to be expensive.

 






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