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One of the last rooms to be decorated in our newly built home is our bathrooms. We purchased nice vanities and fixtures, and got some great bits and bobs from Factory Buys to decorate with, but I’ve struggled with accessorizing the room. I didn’t want to invest a lot of money in a room that we only use a few minutes a day, but I wanted it to reflect the style throughout the rest of our home. Even though we weren’t planning on investing much, one of our friends did tell us that bathroom renovations can increase the overall value of the home. From there, she recommended that we might want to buy frameless shower doors because they’re quite popular in modern bathrooms apparently. A lot of people do always say that having a modern bathroom is an investment, especially because a lot of potential buyers look out for recently renovated bathrooms. If we were going to get those shower doors, we’d probably upgrade our shower too at the same. When doing this, it would probably be best to use Portland plumber Sarkinen Plumbing, or another one more local to your home, to ensure that the shower was installed properly. Whilst a new shower looks nice, it’s something we’ll definitely keep in mind for a later date. However, for now, our main focus was to decorate the bathroom and ensure that it looked good. I found an inexpensive solution for an otherwise boring bathroom by creating this farmhouse style wooden bathroom sign. It cost less than $15 to create and adds a bit of whimsy. There’s nothing overly complicated about this Wooden Bathroom Sign and there are no power tools required if you have a home improvement store cut the wood for you.
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