Here's a dilemma: We're going to be selling our home (moving to new location) and I need some advice on what to do with my master bath to maximize sales appeal in this tough market
(without putting more into it than I'll get out!). The bath is very large, with a separate shower and jetted tub. Tile is all the white 4" tile. We're going to replace the countertops with Caesarstone or granite, as well as all the knobs, faucets, etc. The shower is glass trimmed with that brass, which of course makes it look a bit dated. If we were staying, we'd do a complete remodel and redo all the tile. Putting it on the market, I'm wondering if changing countertops and hardware would do the trick? What do you think?
Brass everywhere: door handles, faucets, etc. We've just finished doing a minor revamp of an upstairs bath where we replaced the brass with brushed chrome faucets, cabinet hardware, etc
to create a spa-like feel. Now, those brass door handles are standing out like neon signs that say "I'm a relic!" . Should we go ahead and change out the door knobs (which I'm completely on board with)...and what do you do about the door HINGES...? I've noticed that many new homes have that rubbed bronze used throughout for door hardware, which I think is not a bad idea. (But I wouldn't want to mix that with the chrome inside the bath I don't think - do you?) Let me know what you think - and what you're seeing out there! Thanks so much for your input!