Cheap Bathroom Makeovers

If you got bored of your bathroom, and really want to make some changes in it but you have a low budget, then check these cheap bathroom makeover ideas that help you make simple changes that are really noticeable. Painting the walls a new color is really one of the smart ideas that are not expensive but will make a massive change in the whole ambiance of the bathroom. Changing the lights also makes a huge change, like replacing your old lighting fixtures with new ones, and you can also add some new light spots, for example, for a new style. Getting some new bathroom accessories is great, and reflects the feeling of having brand-new stuff. In addition, you can add some baskets or shelves to get more storage places and make a difference in the way your bathroom looks. Each one of these ideas is really simple and cheap, but when done, they really make a noticeable change in the look of the bathroom.


Bathroom design idea from Delpha

Delpha brings a collection of ultra stylish bathroom interiors for you. The designs are inspired by nature, pop culture, baroque and urban interiors.

Each bath area runs on a central theme where the fixtures and accessories are thoughtfully arranged. Most of the designs sport brightly coloured walls with rich use of textures. Some walls have mosaic tiles which are like jewels studded in a luxurious haven of purity. Going by the images, it looks as though this Delpha collection is targeting the luxury end of the market meant for people willing to pay the extra dollar.

Browse through for more inspiration.

An apartment in barcelona

 Let’s come with me to Barcelona, Spain, today and take a peek into this beautiful home. The neutral toned color scheme and the high ceilings and windows give this apartment an airy and spacious look. The clean lined place is decorated with modern furniture but the wooden accessories and several rugs give warmth to the various rooms.

(images by Jordi Canosa/styling by Daniela )

Luxury Villa in Caló den Real, Ibiza

Villa 803 is a luxury contemporary vacation home located in Caló den Real on the west coast of Ibiza island, Spain.
From the terrace, the property offers beautiful views over the sea, the islands Bledas and S’Espartas and fantastic sunsets.
With its five ensuite bedrooms, the villa accomodates up to ten guests and can be booked from early May to the end of September, from €2,233 to €2,590 per night, with a minimum stay of 7 nights.

HI-MACS Doble Dueto Apartment by Cuartopensante

Spanish interior design studio Cuartopensante has recently completed the Doble Dueto Apartment project in Albaida, a town in the Valencian Community of Spain.
The architects have designed the interior of this 1,400 square foot apartment with extensive use of HI-MACS®, a new generation of natural acryl stone.

HI-MACS Doble Dueto Apartment by Cuartopensante:
“Emotions govern people’s lives and the spaces that we create house them. That is the starting point for Cuartopensante, the interior-design studio responsible for the “Double Duet”, a 130 m² apartment fitted out with HI-MACS® in Albaida (Valencia).
The apartment’s owner had bought a newly constructed building, but wanted a home that was functional as well as offering a personality. His joint roles as a businessman and a family man were the starting point for the project. The owner spends a lot of his time travelling, so the home needed to have a special character: a haven that retained aspects such as convenience and familiarity.
Inspired by the city’s Moorish roots, this residence with an Eastern touch blends four main colours: gold leaf, oak, white, and black. Without losing sight of the objective which was to design a space inspired by emotions of the owner. So black and white was used for basic items of furniture and then complemented with the simplicity of wood and the richness of gilded tones.
However, if there is one material that stands out above others because of its aesthetic aspect and its quality, that material is HI-MACS®, which has been used in large parts of the house: from the kitchen worktop and some coverings, to various elements of the main washroom. According to Rafael Muñoz, interior designer and one of the architects of the project: “The use of HI-MACS® brought a number of advantages, including the pure cleanliness of acrylic stone, its technical characteristics, and the chance to work with a thickness of 9 millimetres.”
The interior-design team were presented with a shell of a building. So, with a perimeter with drainage, pillars, and common elements already defined, they started to design areas by adapting the installations to the new proposal. The first step was to change the partition, then divide the house into three main areas.
Upon entering the house, a courtesy wardrobe with a black mirror and a divider made up of oak planks measuring 20 x 2.35 metres high provides visual separation between the living room, the dining room, and the study.
Furniture separates the dining room from the living room, which contains a large table and six chairs covered in black leather and “La macchina della luce”, a lamp of large dimensions made with gold leaf.
Another of the family’s wishes was to use all the natural light of the residence. Lighting is a design tool that is essential to give shape to interiors, set out areas, fix points of interest, and fill a corner with poetry. The request was achieved by designing a work area set beside the living-room windows and offering relaxing views.
Using an eco-friendly concept, the office space – as in the rest of the house – is automated thanks to an external cell that measures light intensity and regulates it according to the time of day or the season of the year, contributing to a lowering of the internal energy costs of the home, an increase in lighting comfort, and greater individualised control.
White predominates in the kitchen area, with accents of colour in the interior, one of the side walls, and the ceiling light – elements that are covered with oak to achieve continuity with the flooring.
The invisible joins offered by HI-MACS® were essential to incorporate the flow of the worktop into a peninsula 3.40 metres wide, as much for reasons of hygiene as for æsthetics. Acrylic stone has proved to be truly practical for food-preparation surfaces. To those qualities are added its ease of care, its resistance to blows, and – if necessary – its ability to be repaired in situ.
The areas that make up the apartment have a fluid relationship between them. Proof of that is offered by the glass-walled interior garden, which leads to the second area of the house. The glass represents a visual separator and contains the trunk of a century-old olive tree, it offers a wide panorama to the kitchen.
The master bedroom is configured as an ensuite and contains a bed with an oak canopy set in the middle of the room. The dressing room – with a mirror measuring 170 x 120 centimetres on a wall completely covered with the same wood as the floor – is separated from the bedroom by a glass-walled bathroom, with both areas being lit with built-in ceiling lights. As a result, the cupboards and shelves blend with the bathroom fittings, hidden in a large area of
extra-clear and self-cleaning glass.
Thanks to the thermoforming property of HI-MACS®, the material can be adapted to many shapes and can be blended with other materials like wood or glass, to obtain a result that is elegant, original, and unique. For those reasons, HI-MACS® has been used in the main bathroom including the washbasin, the bath, and the shower both walls and the floor.
Another of the bathroom’s advantages is its thermostatic system, which controls use of water in the shower and the bath.
Part of the spectacular attractiveness of the house is due to its exterior. The terrace of the main bedroom and the dining room both stand out thanks to their sophisticated pieces by Kettal, designed by Patricia Urquiola. The armchairs, the 2-seater settee, and the chairs hanging from the ceiling like swings give elegance and freshness to this area for relaxation.”

Photos by: Sergio Pomar Montahud

Fl’eau Bath Design by Joel Roberts

Inspired by the very nature of water in motion, Fl’eau bath designed by Joel Roberts has evolved from a single surface corian body celebrating the beauty of fluidity. This bath is another great creation by Joel Roberts following the already popular Eaux Eaux sink.
Fl’eau is a freestanding bath that has embodied the notion of an overflowing bath to create stability to an otherwise rounded and unstable tub, one that is symmetrical and viably accessible from either side.
Fl’eau’s allure derives from its feminine curvature and twisted, flowing lines, creating a comfortable and practical bath that would act as a centrepiece in any home.

 Fl’eau Bath Modern Design by Joel Roberts
 Fl’eau Bath Modern Design by Joel Roberts