I Bought The Farm (2)

Install bathroom accessories as necessary. Towel bar, toilet paper holder, towel ring, door hook, etc. Easy enough to install with screws and mini screws.

I like the straight top on the mirrors just because if you do the arch I think it will make the eye unhappy. Or at least eyes that like symmetry and balance…because you will have arch, straight(cabinet) arch, arch. Mine is new apartment building that wire all kitchen and bathroom (and bedroom) ceilings with those new fluorescent fixtures. The light is too low and too glaring for me. When we bought the house, we thought that the electrical in the house had been updated and that it was fine… we were wrong!

Thoughts of spending hours in my boring bedroom convinced me to put pride aside. I gave Kari email addresses and phone numbers of several of my talented friends. She sent out invitations and made phone calls. I am interested….but need to know about financing and insurance. How available are both for this style home. My email address is donrutland@. Thanks for your response.

The vanity, tub and tile are probably the three biggest ticket items and the things that most people go overboard on. You can easily spend half of your budget on these three items if you’re not careful. Change the showerhead. You can buy a rain showerhead, massage showerhead and other models that will give your bathroom a spa look and feel as well as improve your shower experience. Most of the time, you can make the change in five minutes with a wrench. You should also avoid adding a $100,000 bathroom to a $200,000 house, Redd notes, because you’ll never recoup your investment.

However, don’t try this with sink and shower fixtures as it costs more to refinish them than to replace them. Refinishing these fixtures is more expensive because very few people decide to do it unless they have old, vintage pieces, and contractors who offer this service often charge a premium price. Great steps to replacing windows. I think Simone is right about adding some pictures. Regardless, great instructions, and I linked to my hub.