How To Remodel A Small Bathroom

The upstairs bathroom has been out of commission for some time. We decided not to remodel it when we did our big addition/remodel on our house back in 2008. But now that the girls are getting a bit older, it would be very nice to let them use their own bathroom! The space is so so so so small that Andy can’t even stand up all the way in there. This bathroom will be for 3 girls! Yep, that’s right!!

Plenty of storage is essential in a small space. Before deciding on storage however, it may be a good idea to purge all non-essential items. Once you have cleared out the clutter then it is just a matter of finding a space for everything—and returning items where they go when you are done using them. Cool, I haven’t thought about pendant lighting for the island, I’m thinking you could also use these over a dinner table. Thanks for a great lens.

Paint the Vinyl Wallboard – I have to admit, this project gave me the most pause as I’d been taught that paint over vinyl is a dubious task. But there’s nothing that says 80’s nursing home more than this powder blue & pink speckled pattern so its gotta go. This user has arrived from Qype, a company acquired by Yelp in 2012. We have integrated the two sites to bring you one great local experience.

New lighting is planned to coincide with the bathroom renovation, but in the meantime, the old chain fixture was polished up, and new chain and globes were purchased to freshen up the look of the room until the rest of the renovations are undertaken. Any of these styles can be successfully combined with the principles of Feng Shui to make for a kitchen that’s functional, up-to-date, and easy on the eyes. Don’t get me wrong, though; we were happy to be able to buy the house. But we were anxious to make it our own. There were new, double-paned windows throughout (because the seller owned a window and glass company).

It wasn’t the best arrangement possible as the old faucets and tub spout are still in use, and visitors sometimes have a little difficulty with it, but it works and isn’t unsightly. The solution: use the available space at hand and make it work. In the tub: hang a metal or plastic shower caddy on the shower head. A bathtub tray that sets across the width of the tub is also a handy holder if needed.