This past weekend, we did a quick remodel of our bathroom. My spouse repainted the walls, doors, and trim. He replaced the baseboard and the vanity, because water took a toll on our only bathroom, and the laminate started to come off the vanity. We have new baseboard that is a type of vinyl, but it looks like wood now that it is painted and caulked. My spouse is so handy from fixing everything around here that he works fast. The vanity and sink that we removed was donated to Stardust: Goodwill’s version of a ReStore. The sink was in great condition.
You have some very good uses for recycling glass, I do stained glass work and it is difficult to find some types of glass to make repairs on antique stained glass. Unless I can find old glass I have to use new which never looks and good as the old. The ledge can now hold down metal boxes, metal spice containers, candle holders, pens, flashlights or anything you attach a magnet to (like a tiny bright green Elvis bust for example). Fun & functional. rajan jolly, Thank you I appreciate your comments and I so glad you dropped by. Thanks for the vote. Below are a couple of comprehensive how to DIY projects using reclaimed and recycled laminated chipboard (ContiBoard).
Your bathroom is another important part of your home. Other living spaces, like living rooms and bedrooms, are easily given a new look by the buyers, but a bathroom needs to be in tip top condition. Replace any worn or outdated tub, shower or sink. Swap out your floors for tile if they’re linoleum. I have lived many places – currently live in upstate NY where I grew up and never liked and can’t wait to get out of here again!!! You must be so proud with your hard work and creative changes to your bathroom. I’ve voted up, useful, awesome and interesting. And I’m sharing this too.
Here is a bit of humor to go with this weeks topic. This is a bit out of the realm of what is normally submitted, so I hope everyone enjoys it. I have been having problems all night editing and proofing it, so I hope there isn’t too many issues reading it. Some great ideas here! I remember when we moved into our current home and the bathroom was completely pink. Not only did it look tacky but it never felt overly relaxing, so it wasn’t long before we completely stripped it out and started again. New customers to , or other Quidsi sites only. $20 maximum discount. Subject to change or cancellation.
Therefore I took the opportunity and used the spare time to knock up a potting shed in the garden. I priced up the cost of buying a tin or wooden one of the same size but it was cheaper for me to make one out of breeze blocks, which is more substantial anyway. So this is what I did. Thanks for linking to Time Travel Thursday. I hope you’ll join the fun each week. Be sure to stop by tonight, and see yourself featured.