If you’re renting a house, you may initially think there is little—if anything—you can do in terms of bathroom upgrades and remodeling due to the rental agreement you have with your landlord. However, there are some rental-friendly bathroom upgrades out there to consider if you’re looking for a way to tailor your space more to your needs and aesthetic preferences. Many of them are small, DIY-types of projects that can be reversible when your lease is up, but they can still change the way you enjoy your bathroom while you live there.
Invest in a Temporary Flooring Upgrade
Changing up the flooring of your bathroom doesn’t have to be permanent. When you find temporary peel-and-stick tiles or vinyl planks to lay down over the existing bathroom floor, it can completely transform the aesthetic of the entire room.
Add Standalone Storage to the Space
For an upgrade that can help with both the beauty and functionality within your bathroom, consider buying standalone storage pieces. You’ll love the convenience they offer, plus they’ll add something visually to the space.
Update the Minor Accents Within the Bathroom
Switching out the cabinet knobs and pulls is a simple way to give your bathroom a new look. The same can be said about other minor upgrades like replacing the faucet heads in the sink or your shower heads. These are smaller cosmetic changes that can have an impact on the bathroom’s design, plus they’re easy to reverse if and when the time comes.
The Team to Call for a Bigger Bathroom Upgrade
If you have an easygoing landlord or you’re renting to buy and you want to get a jumpstart on your bathroom remodel, Tundraland can help. We are proud to install top-of-the-line tubs and showers for homeowners throughout Wisconsin. Between our tub and shower replacements and our tub-to-shower conversions, we’re sure to provide you with the type of upgrade you’re looking for.