Bathrooms have come a long way from being merely functional. If you’re considering remodeling or upgrading your bathroom, think about this – a recent survey found the average American spends more time per year in the bathroom than on vacation.
Allow your children to display their imagination in the bathroom. Ask to stick some expensive sticker labels in the walls. You will be impressed how it includes value to your bathroom. Do not encourage kids to stick them on the mirrors. This would take great deal of time to clean and would be tough if you are planning to sell your residence. Not only did this create an extra useful utility room (the cloakroom) but also by making the kitchen smaller we effectively made it larger e.g. more wall space to work with. At first I wasn’t going to share this next picture. It was just too embarrassing. But I wanna be honest, you know…keep it real. So I’m gonna put it all out there. Be prepared.
Some tile floors, such as stone and marble, come with a higher price tag, although they can be well worth the purchase. Heating coils beneath those kinds of tiles keep the floor warm in the winter months. Both marble and ceramic can be equipped to provide warmth as well. Pulling together all these little design elements and paying attention to details will give your kitchen island area style and impact for years to come.
While it may be tempting to remodel your bathroom to the latest trend or cutting-edge design, if you’re remodeling for resale, try to stick with more traditional or mainstream design and material choices. A bathroom design that’s quickly dated can hurt, not help, your home’s resale appeal. Just stopping in to let you know that I’ve chosen your bathroom makeover as one of my favorites from last week’s Project Inspired linky party. Thanks for sharing it!
Adding storage from the ground up can also be possible by installing an ‘over the toilet’ shelving system. This increases the area for towel and washcloth storage, shampoos, blow dryers and curling irons, etc. They are simple to set up with a few tools to put it together, and erected on spring poles that go from floor to ceiling. Do you have any suggestions on the best and least expensive walk in tub/shower for a small guest bathroom? My husband has rheumatoid arthritis and I think he would benefit from a whirlpool walk in tub but I still want a shower in that bathroom for our guests.