Los Angeles Bathroom Remodeling & Design

Let’s get to it. Here’s a very simple, very effective way to effectively plan a remodel project and…..(ready?)…..have FUN doing it!

I am soon replacing a wardrobe that is made of some better quality plywood, so this is a lens I am going to be coming back to quite a few times in the near future. Thanks for the very detailed how-tos and ideas. If your budget allows, do move walls and look at adding upper cabinets. Storage is always a winner for resale. Design the space for functionally as well as great looks. Don’t skimp on the outlets – females demand outlets in a bathroom.

starstream, Thank you so much for stopping by. He is very handy but he is elderly now and I can’t ask him to do as much now. He never stops he’s always up to something even when I don’t ask him to things. Wow! Your new bathroom looks wonderful. I love the flooring, mirrors, shower curtains, and even the color of the walls… Everything! Your husband is, indeed, amazing for creating this beyond perfect room. Anyone will definitely be captivated by this. That narrow space between the refrigerator and the wall IS now our pull-out kitchen pantry. It’s fabulous and EASY to DIY.

The bathroom looks so spacious and so beautifully organized with such helpful tips one can be most successful in making the difference in bathrooms. Home improvement isn’t as difficult as you might think. Sure, it can be a lot of work, but it doesn’t have to be. There are some small jobs as well. Now that you have a better understanding of how to go about things, it’s the perfect time to start a new project. Room Additions – Are you looking to add an outdoor kitchen, home addition, interior floor plan alteration? Premier Kitchen & Bath’s experienced staff and designers can do the job.

During my remodel, I had to move the water-supply lines and the waste line in my wall to accommodate my new, wider vanity, which had a different sink location than my old vanity. I hired a plumber to handle that part of the job, and it cost me more than $500. Tradespeople aren’t cheap, but if they solve a problem, they’re worth the expense. Videos and other content on this site may contain expired promotions. These are for informational purposes only. We are so very happy with the work from Webster and Sons. Our new bathroom makes it feel like we have a new home!