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Quick Ways to Give Your Bathroom a New Look

You don't have to do a total renovation to make your bathroom new again, A massive change of amenities in your bathroom would cost you a lot of time and money. Making some smart updates can compensate your comfort and personal style along with lasting materials and amenities. Let’s focus on the following areas.


1. Replace your Showerhead
One of the easiest ways to refresh the bathroom is to buy a new showerhead. This inexpensive option provides you with multiple functions including massage and handheld options? Not to mention, buying a new energy-efficient showerhead could also save you money and hot water.

2. Backsplash & Countertop
With zero demo options available to freshen your backsplash and countertop, it's never been easier to give your bathroom a whole new look. Check out the options provided by Granite Transformations (Tell them Moe sent you!)

3. Update your Toilet
Not only does this option allow you to enjoy your bathroom more, new toilets are water conserving meaning more savings for you!

4. A Smaller Mirror
Do you have a large mirror in your bathroom?  Update the look with a more decorative options that gives you room for another sink or more storage.

5. Paint your Tub
Have a Pepto-Bismol coloured tub? Surface refinishing gives your amenities a whole new lease on life without dealing with demo or expensive cost.

6. Replace your Fixtures
Updating your hardware is sometimes all your bath, sink, and cabinets need to look new.  
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