Making changes to your bathroom may give one of the smallest spaces in your home a different look, but it can make a big change in your home as the bathroom is one of your most-used spaces per square feet. But if you are not sure how to make these changes to your bathroom, there are some updates you can do on your own as a DIY project. Here are some ideas you can update your bathroom to improve its appearance and application for your family.
Install Peel Window Graphics
Often the windows in your bathroom provide you with plenty of natural light during the day and fresh air when you need to air out the room after bathing, but the windows can also create a problem. Traditional glass windows make it easy for you to see outside but can also make it too easy for others to see inside and degrade your privacy.
Instead of adding window blinds or curtains that get dusty and dingy, add a peel and stick window graphic that will improve the appearance of your glass and create a visual barrier from the outside. You can find window graphics that apply right onto your window glass that mimic the look of frosted, etched, and stained glass window patterns.
If you want to give your bathroom, for example, the look of a vintage decorative stained glass window, you can add this onto your window glass and not have to replace the glass with an expensive option. And this removable window graphic is something you can change out as often as you want to change the look or decor of your bathroom.
Add Under-Sink Storage
Whether your older bathroom has storage under the sink that is not as efficient as you like or no storage at all, you can add in some shelving or storage compartments to make a useful addition. For example, if your under-sink cupboard is one large space, it can be difficult to organize your interior space and make use of it as much as possible without piling your cleaning supplies and beauty products onto one another and in a big pile.
Look for some adjustable shelves you can put inside your cabinet to create several layers of shelves or even drawers for added convenience. Check with your local home improvement store to get some ideas and find organization and storage shelves that will fit under your sink's space. If you need an entire cupboard, this type of cupboard is available at many retailers, which you can easily assemble on your own in just a short time.
For more information about options like window graphics, contact a company like DCM Inc.