10 Amazing Before and Afters of Bathroom Remodels

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Given that we all use the bathroom for “practical purposes”, it’s really not surprising that many homeowners will fail to pay attention their bathrooms’ design. But, this is truly a mistake! An ill-conceived and ugly bathroom can wear on the spirit. Just think about how much time you spend in there! Wouldn’t you rather your bathroom look like something you can be proud of?

If you answered in the affirmative, then you know the truth… It’s time to give your bathroom a facelift and a remodel. But, where should you begin? What changes are going to yield the best results? How can you get the most bang for your bathroom remodeling dollar?

These are all difficult questions, and answering them begins with finding inspiration. Below, we’ve collected 10 amazing examples of bathrooms before and after a remodeling. We think you’ll see some bathrooms that look like the ones in your home, and we think you’ll be incredibly impressed by how a few changes can really go a long way.

So, if you know it’s time to give your home’s bathrooms an update, then you’ve come to the right place. Let’s take a look at 10 amazing before and afters of bathroom remodels…

1. Tired and… Carpet?

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Sure, it might be comfortable to have wall-to-wall carpeting in your bathroom, but it’s totally impractical, no matter how nice the carpet.

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Ripping out the carpet, beautiful tiles were laid down. But the real star here is the vanity, especially with that under-sink shelf that’s perfect for storing towels.

2. Simple Updates, Big Changes

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In terms of layout and look, this simple guest bathroom is pretty standard. However, it does look like it needs a fresh look.

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By swapping out the pedestal sink for one with straighter lines, adding wallpaper, and installing glass-front doors for the built-in cabinet, this
space receives a modern spin.