New floor if possible and new vanity if possible. If not affordable, try to replace the glass in the vanity- either clear glass or completely replace the doors if you can. Lose the curtains too. Try a graphic print- maybe aim for grey and white in this room. A mirror over the sink could work ( but can you see in it???). Perhaps a silver/metal ( brushed nickel) framed small mirror over the sink and then buy or frame the mirror on the left with a similar trim ( or just replace). If you can't afford to replace the floor, I'd cover with stick on tiles or carpet. Stay in the grey/white family.
This is very old fashioned. I don't like the yellow glass in the vanity, nor the ugly floor. I would love to have a mirror above the vanity. Any ideas how to update this on a budget.
Too tidy with no design in our living room
Needing help with a dark Rumpus Room
Bringing this house out of the 90's
Not sure what to do to my kitchen
Thanks for the advice Diane. Should I get a corner vanity or can the vanity be against the shower wall. Should I get a stick on tile that looks like wood?
Here is the wood look ( Home depot vanity, target valance, stick on wood floor at Lowes)
You are welcome- have fun re-decorating!
I agree with Diane's ideas! Grey is a nice color. The only thought I had on having a corner sink cabinet, you may not be happy with it in the end. You have a little corner, and the sink may be too small for you in the end along with not having any storage space. If you can't find any curtains that you love, try a cheap roller blind for now. It will give you a visual look and an idea if you want to stay with a curtain or going a bit modern with a patterned blind or even a roman type shade. It could turn the cozy look into a clean modern look. Framed mirrors are expensive. Call a glass company in your area and have them give you a price on mirrors. It might be quite nice to take the mirror down, and replace the wall there with a complete wall mirror to fit, stopping the mirror at the vanity, and continuing the mirror across the vanity between the sink and window. It will make your bathroom feel much bigger, even though you wont be able to see in the mirror over the sink. Close up the vanity doors with new door. Use props first (white poster to cover up the doors) etc. before you buy anything! Stick on tiles are a great idea! They clean nicely and look great. Although I wouldn't go with the wood look. Your bathtub tiles are old fashioned, go with a stick on floor tile that is easy to look at, try to get samples first. Remember Gray is a sleek clean modern color. It is not a cozy country color. If you don't like the grey in the end, maybe a real pale blue or butter yellow (that would be more of the cozy cottage look).