At Mira Showers, we understand the difficulties homeowners face when it comes to renovations and, to help you out, we have put together a list of top low cost upgrades to your bathroom.
Limit your tile
Re-doing the walls is often the obvious starting point with any renovation, however, plastering your whole bathroom in tiles can get extremely expensive due to the extra cost of paying for labour. To eliminate the cost and hassle restraints of this, we launched our range of Mira Flight wall panels which are a realistic alternative to tiles. Not only does each product with the collection complement all of our enclosures but they are all easy to install, removing the stress that sometimes comes with tiling.
Removing clutter is a simple and cheap solution to revamp your bathroom, especially if you’re struggling for space. We recommend removing everything from your cabinets or shelves and throwing away anything that is not being used. Then all you have to do is just give everything a thorough clean; starting with a fresh space will make the decoration process a lot easier!
Replacing a tap or showerhead is something that you can easily do yourself, and is a cost effective way to brighten up a tired sink or shower area. For a modest style statement, try the Mira 360 showerhead. This product is compatible with all plumbing systems and offers four distinct sprays to provide a unique showering experience.
Changing a tap is also something that is surprisingly easy to do by yourself. Our Mira Aspects Collection includes a stunning range of seven designs aimed to complement any bathroom, so is easy to match any style.
Bringing in new and functional accessories to the bathroom is a great way of adding a burst of colour. A shower curtain is a small inexpensive solution to update a weary bathroom, and is the perfect way to experiment with new colours and designs. To enhance any accessory such as this, even further, you could purchase matching towels to complement and transform your bathroom.
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