One of my favorite ways to pass time is to peruse the internet looking at dream living spaces, it is just so fun! I particularly enjoy looking at bathrooms, and maybe that is because I have three bathrooms in our house that are in need of updates. I did do an update on Miss 19 Year Old’s bathroom, but it definitely was a budget update, and is still not complete (sad, I know). There is so much I could do if only I had unlimited funds! Are you feeling me? Designing my dream bathroom would bring me so much joy!
Removing the surface dirt and debris reduces the risk for scratching the finish or causing permanent damage. You could also use a soft bristle broom or even a vacuum that is especially designed for use on this type of flooring. Thanks Stephanie. Spring is a great time to remodel or redecorate, and I get that urge too. Hope you can find a Restore near you.
You’ll want to decide the kind of additional features you may want in a bathroom: water-saving toilets, rain showers, dual sinks and other special features will likely affect the cost of the bathroom. Installing a new showerhead is one of the easiest plumbing projects ever! If you can screw a lid on a mason jar, you’re in business. Bathroom Vanity and Mirror- You don’t have to replace the vanity, just paint it and change the hardware out for an instant upgrade. A nice framed mirror that compliments your vanity really dresses up any bathroom.
I love this beautiful glass shower enclosure. The basketweave on the floor was added as an accent to the shower wall and surrounded with pencil trim. Fees can be paid in person at our cashier on the 2nd floor of the Wellington Webb Building. We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover Card, cash and personal checks at our counter. So, if you’re counting, we spent about $649 on 102 square feet of flooring, a vintage-looking pedestal sink and medicine cabinet, and two bistro pendant lights.
New Carlisle trailer tires made a big difference in making for smooth towing. Got great advice from the Shasta owners forum on what to buy. New baby moons complete the vintage look. Velcro the underside of the magnetic knife rack to the ledge of a shelf. This space is so tight to the cabinet above you can’t fit a screwdriver in to attach it with screws. There it is! Master Bath Remodel complete! We are still working on the basement remodel so stay tuned!