Chicago Bathroom Remodeling

First up are the new fixtures. We replaced all the cheap, builder grade, fixtures with these beautiful. oil rubbed bronze pieces. What a difference that made. Now I want a granite sink but that’s for another post. Because this room is mainly used by my tween daughter it needed a little glam. I found this pewter framed mirror at Kirklands for $29.99! Bonus Buy! It was on sale. Then I found this little silver dish that reminded me of the beach. I don’t know why, but it did. I found it at Ross for $3.49. I also found a pair of bath rugs in a cream and pale blue stripe for $6.99 at Ross. They were on clearance. I’m a bargain hunter when it comes to home goods. I’m a bargain hunter when it comes to everything I suppose.

After reading the tips for home improvement discussed in this article, you can rest assured that your next trip to the large home improvement stores won’t break the bank! By saving money on your home improvements, you will enjoy your home even more. You know, if you could figure out where all the re stores are at, it might make a great hub. That way people from everywhere could figure out where to get cheap home fixtures. The entire room is about 7′ x 10′ and this unused tub with surround took up almost half of that space.

If you suspect a leak, or feel you can’t quite tell if it’s leaking, place a piece of toilet paper over/around the joint and turn on the shower. Any water seeping out at the joint will moisten the toilet paper. If this happens, try tightening the showerhead a bit more. Architect Liz Williams discusses the Ofuro bathroom remodel at the modern loft conversion project in Portland, OR.

In my home, I love to add a few accessories, such as candle holders, with a butterfly motif. Butterflies have a special meaning of transition for me, and by surrounding myself with images of them they serve as a gentle reminder of my own transition. Small corner bathtubs are the perfect answer for a small bathroom where space is at a premium. These small units might be built-in tubs or freestanding bathtubs. Many are deeper than traditional bathtubs, although they take up considerably less floor space. Since these are deeper, however, you can still get good corner soaking tubs. I can see why they are so trendy right now, they are simple yet stunning! I like that they are safe as well.

Here’s a wide shot so you can get a full understanding of the space. Can you believe we started out with flower wallpaper and a HUGE jetted tub? We’ve come a long way. I found an electrician on KSL (BAD IDEA) because we were in a hurry to get it done, the few friends of ours that could have done it were just booked out too far. I was lured in by the price. $50 is a steal for a nice paint job. Our camper was down to bare metal in several spots along the top and estimates from local auto paint shops were for more than what we had paid for the camper!