A Fresh Bathroom Remodel By Fiorito Interior Design

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.

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You ought to not get unnecessarily distressed on these concerns, as there are practical ways to remodel your small bath in an inexpensive variety. Apply these ideas to upsurge the aesthetic appeal of the bath as well as squeeze performance from every inch of the washroom. Rounded rods might be a bit expensive compared to the straight shower rods however you are going to get some extra space in your bath after you apply these curved ones. When you install these tiles you require to make it sure that the color goes well with the entire design of your bath.

My own decision to get one of those fancy showerheads was the result of a bathroom remodel; I decided that this would be a good time to make all my dreams come true. The remodel was several decades overdue; the ancient avocado green bathtub was slowly listing because of the rotted-out floor joists. Once the tub was removed and the floor joists repaired, in came the new shower stall with the new ceramic tile. Since I did all the work myself and got most of the materials from the Habitat for Humanity Re-Store, I didn’t feel too bad about splurging on a moderately expensive showerhead.

On the left is the room after I pulled down the panelling and tiles. See the storage over the tub? Weird… and claustrophobic! On the right is after I ripped the whole tub enclosure down and installed the new insulation. Lucky for me, someone had walled over the original window opening so all I had to do was cut through the sheathing and siding and add a little more framing for the size of the window I bought. Are you beginning to understand why this room needed to be gutted? I only wish I had thought to photograph it before I began!!!