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Our Guide to the Super Cheap Bathroom Remodel

Published on NewsOK Published: February 7, 2013

Next, frame the bathroom mirror with trim. There are tons of tutorials on how to do it, including one from a homeowner/DIY blogger and remodeler somewhere near Minneapolis who used pre-cut trim and liquid nails to frame out his bathroom mirror. So easy; so cheap; big payoff.

We're getting to the fun part: replace the shower curtain and the linens. The shower curtain takes up major real estate in the bathroom. It can make or break the look of your bathroom. Buy a curtain in a substantial natural material, as well a liner. Linen and cotton duck are sure bets that will add a look of casual sophistication to even a pink or avocado green-tiled bathroom. Solid colors, like white, cream, or beige, work best. White walls and a white shower curtain in a natural material are the best option if you have "distinctive" colored tile.

Buy linens in the same shade as the shower curtain. Since your shower curtain will be white, beige, or cream, your bath mat and towels shall also be those shades. You can add a matching toothbrush holder, tissue box, and soap dispenser. They can be cheap-o's as long as they match and are classic and clean-looking.

This simple and super cheap bathroom remodel will make your bathroom more spa-like, meaning more serene and sophisticated. Have fun with your super cheap bathroom remodeling project, and please share tips in the comments.

Chaya Kurtz writes for

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