Before this year, it was easy to put off your home renovation projects. If it’s functioning fine morning and night, what’s the need to rush into anything? Now, however, your viewpoint might have changed. As we are spending more time than ever at home, you may feel the urgency to get started on updating certain spaces in your home. Of those spaces, updating your bathroom might be at the top of the list. With your whole family home, all the time, you might start to see the potential and benefits of updating your bathroom. These homeowners did, and you can too. Read on to see the outcome of their bathroom projects for under $10,000 in Edmonton.
Main Bathroom Renovation for $6,750 in Edmonton
YEG Tile Tree Ltd in Edmonton updated William’s main bathroom. Not only was William pleased with the professionalism and work ethic of the company, but the outcome is amazing. William took advantage of a great opportunity and decided to update both his main and master ensuite bathrooms. By doing both projects at once with the same company, William’s family was able to kill two birds with one stone. The renovation process was not dragged out for separate weeks, plus by having the company do both bathrooms, they were able to use some of the same material, saving them money.
In the main bathroom, the same tile that was used on the floor was also added as an accent on the wall. By only adding an accent wall, it provides aesthetic appeal while tying the room together. Plus, by not doing the entire shower wall in tile, they were able to save some money. In the end, they got two updated bathrooms that flow together even though they are apart.
Main Bathroom Renovation for $6,500 in Edmonton
This homeowner had a similar bathroom renovation to William, and even by the same company! YEG Tile Tree Ltd also updated this homeowner’s bathroom. As you can see, the same tile used for the floor was also used on the walls in this space, with the exception of the accent wall. In this case, the beautiful tiled accent wall was added behind the stand-alone tub, drawing attention towards it.
This accent wall also plays a role in livening up the space by bringing a bright colour into the room. The herringbone pattern of the tiled accent wall plays a trick to make the room appear larger than it is. Our eyes are drawn to the width of the ‘V’ pattern, making the room appear to be wider than it is. This is commonly used in smaller spaces, both on the floors and walls. Think about adding a herringbone pattern to your bathroom to give it some visual interest.
With your whole family spending more time at home, your bathroom might be in need of an update. No need to stress, as there’s no need to spend a ton of money on this reno. These homeowners accomplished these beautiful results for under $10,000. Get connected with pros in your area for a quote on your bathroom project today.