Best Kitchen Remodeling Tips (2)

Laminate wood floors are more popular than ever, they look good, they are fairly inexpensive and they are easy to maintain. If you have or are thinking about installing new flooring, you will want to find out how to clean them that will preserve them and keep them looking new!

Spice up your mantelpiece by decorating it with similarly grouped items. Collect objects that are similar in nature such as wood items, only items with letters on them, items that are old fashioned or different sized decorative paper boxes. They create an interesting focal point near your fireplace and can prove to be conversation pieces. LUCKILY The faucet ~which I had purchased for the OTHER sink~ FIT PERFECTLY with this setup! I found the faucet on Overstock… cute huh!

ChristyWrites, I am really glad we put in the closet because I don’t know where we would have put anything. This house has very little storage. Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment. I appreciate it. There is no need to settle for the boring old medicine cabinet any longer. There is a great deal of possibilities when it comes to customizing your shower. Go with a chic, floating vanity, art deco, or many other unique vanities that have strayed from tradition.

as a non believer i thought this lens would be just bull but i got some really nice ideas and have bookmarked to return. a few thousand years of history can’t all be wrong. Just like the ones you see in so many public bathrooms, homeowners are reverting to this high-tech option. This not only looks trendy, but it also serves to reduce water bills by using less amounts of water. Below are some tips and tricks that you might find useful if you have a bathroom remodel in your future.

If you’re like me, you just LOVE the freedom and utility that a dual-sink bathroom cabinet affords your bathroom. Spacious, warm, and elegant, a double vanity will inspire your bathroom design! Another option for disabled bathrooms is a handicap shower or a handicap shower stall. Most handicap shower stalls are walk-in units. Handicap shower units generally have a very small ledge, so they’re easy to step over. Many of the handicap shower stalls also have a built-in seat or bench to make showering easier.