Getting rid of clutter will also clear up space and will make the rooms look bigger than they did when they were crammed with things.
Floating vanities are a big part of the ease-of-use trend because their height can be easily be customized. Plus, floating vanities can look more like a stylish piece of art or custom furniture. You don’t have to give up the luxury of soaking in a tub with a small bathtub or corner bathtub. You can find models that are much deeper than traditional tubs, so you’ll be exchanging horizontal space for vertical space. If you don’t have to have a bathtub, choose a small bathroom shower stall instead. I love the inspiration bathrooms you found, I hope you document the change a lot, I cant wait to see it all finished up. Good luck!
Of course if you recycle old glass there may be occasions when you may wish to be ambitious and engrave a bit of Art Décor on some of your projects. If you’ve never done this before rather than pay out for expensive tools that you may never use again one option is to buy a Dremel and an engraving kit, and experiment on a few pieces of scrap glass. Great tips! I would like to know more about drapery length/style for different rooms. I go to the stores and I just get confused! Thanks for all the other tips! If this option for the microwave doesn’t work for you, check out other options – Where to Put That Microwave?!
And look! I have a tower, which means that things aren’t left all over the counter – another pet peeve of mine. We put an electrical outlet into the tower, too, so my husband’s razor and my toothbrush can charge and remain hidden. My anal retentive self just sighed with happiness as I typed that. You’re welcome Ron. A used furniture place can help you find antiques and older furniture that is no longer available, and is less expensive than buying new. Plus the Restore lets you help others at the same time.
Another good idea when creating a bathroom renovation budget: accounting for unexpected repairs. In any remodeling project, it’s a good idea to pad your budget with about 10 to 20 percent more money than you need for unforeseen problems that may be uncovered when work starts. This is especially true with bathroom remodels. One option, not covered in this article, but which is equally beneficial, especially for the keen gardener, is the reuse of old window glass as cloches and cold frames in the garden.