Back around to curbside. The louvered windows all work, and the storage cabinet holds the vintage leveling jacks that came with her.
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That blasted vanity was so wedged in there! Like most old homes the walls were not completely straight so some of the drywall ended up walking off with that old vanity. Patch job straight ahead! You make an excellent point. I too love the wine racks. My old house I put in glass holders to break up the space on the long bank of cabinets. Thanks so much for contributing!
Hahaa, I think it’s fantastic! I like this one even more than your first- which I really enjoyed, too. You’re such a hoot, tlpoague! But, Redd says, don’t let the contractor choose the materials. Shop for them yourself instead. You’ll be sure to get what you want, and you won’t have to pay for the contractor’s shopping time. Don’t forget to give back too. Any items you take out of your bathroom can be donated to your local Goodwill or to a Habitat for Humanity ReStore. Whether you are restoring a historic home or furnishing your first apartment on a budget, these are some other sites and pages you might find helpful.
Shop around for tile. You can find nice floor and wall tile for $1 to $2 per square foot. Use that less expensive tile for most of the work, and then incorporate luxury tile as accents. You’d be surprised at how much difference an updated address and nameplate can make on the front porch of your house. Sleek and shining house numbers make your home easier to locate, while a custom-engraved nameplate adds class and distinction. Finally, spend a little bit of cash on an ornamental door knocker, even if you have a doorbell.