We have showers! Well, kind of. They’re not functioning yet but they’re getting close. Let’s start with the Master bathroom shower. It looks HUGE but the actual usable/splashable space makes up about 2/3’s of the below green area.
Such a helpful hub here RedElf! I enjoyed the marvelous photos. (I love shopping…uh…make that looking). Your hub has afforded me several ideas for my own tiny bathroom. Problem is – I rent. So I’m somewhat limited. New Faucets- This is especially important if your bathroom has contractor grade faucets. New, higher quality faucets will be remembered by buyers. In my bathroom remodel I used an oil-rubbed bronze faucet that I purchased online very inexpensively. Heating a quick meal in the microwave is certainly convenient, but doing this may not lead to the most serene state of mind.
Homeowners should also be aware of the possibility of room expansion. If you do not have enough space in your kitchen, there is no reason that you cannot extend your kitchen into the adjoining room. This option is generally higher in cost, but there are so many possibilities when it comes to creating more space. Place a pot plant at the end of your bath. This is a peace lily, a plant that loves moist conditions and that removes toxins from the atmosphere. Always ready for a party Kari, decided we should have a remodeling party. This would make the best use of our resources.
Also, checking the dollar stores, or keeping an eye out for clearance sales in a department store home furnishing department are other ideas to consider. A master bath that’s stylish and functional can also be discreet. That’s why it’s nice to hide this fixture away, either in its own room-within-the-room” or behind a half wall. A piece of furniture—an armoire or dresser, say—can create the necessary barrier without the expense of a framed wall. Remodeling and renovating a home does not have to be expensive. By using the tips provided, you can save a great deal of money while increasing the functionality and beauty of your home.
And readers in the States – if you think your bathroom is tiny you haven’t been to the UK! With 60,000,000 of us crammed into an area of a little over 94,000 square miles, there simply wouldn’t be enough space for everyone to have the bathroom of my dreams. If you’re using bathroom shelves, keep them uncluttered, also. This will help give the appearance of space. Let your imagination go free! You get to choose from hundreds of color combinations, patterns & styles!