This past weekend, we did a quick remodel of our bathroom. My spouse repainted the walls, doors, and trim. He replaced the baseboard and the vanity, because water took a toll on our only bathroom, and the laminate started to come off the vanity. We have new baseboard that is a type of vinyl, but it looks like wood now that it is painted and caulked. My spouse is so handy from fixing everything around here that he works fast. The vanity and sink that we removed was donated to Stardust: Goodwill’s version of a ReStore. The sink was in great condition.
We live in one. Have been in it for almost 8 years now. It is 45 X 80 X 17. We originally planned to build a house at a later date, but have recently decided to just tear out what we have done and re-do it and are looking for design ideas. Any pictures/links would be appreciated! So many wonderful elements Dana! LOVE the cart vanity, LOVE the vibe of your master bath.. so many good things.. looking forward to Week7!!
Tub surrounds are a great way to improve the visual appeal of your bathroom. Many times, the bathtub itself is fine – it’s the surrounding tile that makes it appear old and dated. A beautiful new tub surround can breathe new life into an old bathtub! I have lots of pictures of the bathroom being made new which I’ll be posting soon. It’s just so pretty and clean and it really makes me happy. For now I’ll leave you with a few photos I used for color inspiration. I had already worked out the design aspect on my own. The bathroom is one room I feel a need to keep in order so thanks for posting the useful information.
Wow, what a great idea! It looks beautiful and the pictures are great! I especially like that you are reusing. Waste not, want not right? Thanks for sharing. Well looky there, those plywood utility panels are making another appearance. This time we used them to plank the walls. Below they’re laying in our garage with a coat of primer. Because you’ll have that space between each of the major appliances, it should be easy to adhere to the Feng Shui principle of having fire elements separated from water elements.
Even if you don’t incorporate every element of universal degisn into the bathroom now, it’s worth putting in the structural framework, such as blocking in the walls for future support bars. Make sure your contractor makes a drawing of the wall so that you can find the blocking if, and when, the time comes. Ruby-Like Genna’s comment previously, I can relate. I didn’t really consider decorating as a passion, and you couldn’t tell by most of my rental house, but it is truly a heartfelt activity for me. Thanks for your comments. Discounts or promotional programs cannot be combined, nor combined with deferred financing programs.