Bathroom Remodel And Design By New York Renovator NYKB

The first step to planning a bathroom remodel is evaluating the existing space. If you’re planning on updating or renovating an existing bathroom, what would you like to see improved? Do you want to update the look of the bathroom by changing details like lighting and mirrors, or are you interested in a major overhaul? Answering these question will help give you a clearer idea of what you want the finished product to look like.

There are several options when you are looking for a vacuum that will do the job. If you have multiple surfaces in your home or apartment, you may want to consider a vacuum cleaner that will work for all of them. Even if you go with a micro-fiber mop or steam mop, sometimes you just want to run the vacuum over the whole house. Then a plumber was called in to work his magic. A toilet was installed under the window. Then the other end was fitted with a custom shower pan, and plumbed for a shower. Then the three walls and ceiling of the enclosure were tiled with lovely, light-reflecting glass tiles.

The other cool things we put in? Our fan is now on a timer. My pet peeve was walking into a steaming, humid bathroom because my husband shut off the fan the second he was finished in the bathroom. Now it runs after he’s gone and shuts off after a thirty minute cycle (or ten or fifteen or forty-five, depending on how I’ve set it). Love. This is a series of tutorials on installing waiscoting panels. It is for a specific kit referenced above. However, we found the tutorials useful even though we didn’t use this kit. Thanks so much, ‘Bonds. I have been told renovating a bathroom is second only to kitchen renos for adding value to your home.

Afraid of wood floors in the kitchen? Don’t be – there isn’t the high exposure to moisture like the bathroom. I had wood floors for years and two massive dogs and the maintenance was nominal. Hahaa! I never thought we’d get so many great humorous Hub out of this topic. What an awesome surprise! This totally cracked me up. And I actually found the various conspiracies and sources of paranoia to be interesting!

Great ideas to make practical and stylish use of limited space in a small bathroom. I’ve been looking for ideas for a small bath, and like the bamboo caddy that fits over the tub as well as the over-the-toilet towel shelves. During a bathroom makeover, I learned how to salvage a built-in medicine cabinet, circa 1960’s. A new mirror, a can of spray paint, and a screwdriver is all you need.