My growing family and I moved back to St. Louis in 2009. Prior to that we had been in San Antonio and owned a fairly newer home there. Only 8 years old when we bought it! We lived in our very first home for 5 years and are quite fond of the place. So many memories were made there. It’s the address we brought our first born home to from the hospital when he was born. The place where he learned to crawl. Such a special place in our hearts. When I look back on the actual home itself, I’ll always remember that it was a newer house in a newer area of town. The home was full of all the modern updates of the time. Our master bathroom even had the popular garden tub. Then we moved back to St. Louis. An older city with older homes.
St. Louis is unique in the sense that it’s very big in area. Sure we have a downtown. There’s also an entire world that extends out into the County. All still with a St. Louis address, but more of a suburb feel. The homes closest into the city are naturally older. As the communities expanded so did the newer homes being built further and further out. The home we purchased when we moved back to St. Louis was older. Not Victorian or post Depression Era, but still older than the new builds further away from the city. Much of the house was original to the year it was built. Tons of 1960’s and early 1970’s vibes throughout. Needing a ton of updates. The kitchen had been remodeled in the early 90’s and the master bathroom was completely original. So much work to be done and very different from the turnkey home we had been used to.
Each year we’ve take a different room in the house to be updated. I highly recommend this method because it’s 1.) not overwhelming, and 2.) great for being on a budget. The only thing is that I tell my husband that by the we are completely finished, it will be time to start all over with remodeling again! But so far it has been working well for us.
The thing is it’s so easy to do little things to make the space look beautifully updated. In fact, there are so many easy ways to spruce up a master bathroom that don’t require a major overhaul.
5 Easy Ways To Spruce Up Your Master Bathroom
1.) New countertop.
2.) New mirrors.
3.) New light fixture.
Light fixtures are a quick change up. I picked this one up recently and just need to work on getting it installed now. My husband will be taking care of it hopefully this weekend.
4.) New decor.
New bathroom decor can really add an extra uniqueness to your space. You can fit the decor to match your style and set a whole new theme to your master bathroom. I’m particularly drawn to the farmhouse decor look.
5.) New vanity.
A new bathroom vanity will dramatically change your space, but in a really good way! You won’t have to change the shape of your room. Just add a new vanity and your master bathroom will look totally fresh and updated. Premier Surfaces has so many gorgeous vanities to choose from. You can get inspiration from their website, but also visit a showroom near you to see the many vanity options.
Whether you want to simply change out your current vanity or change over your entire bathroom you can trust Premier Surfaces to help.
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I hope you found these easy ways to spruce up your master bathroom to be helpful. Which have you tried to create a new look in your own bathroom?