Modern With A Vintage Touch Bathroom Remodel

A small bathroom has its advantages. A small space means less to clean and less to maintain. However, a small space— bathroom or otherwise—can also feel cramped. Believe it or not, the right decorating can fix that problem. You can decorate your small bathroom to make it feel more spacious. Here’s how to make your small bathroom look bigger.

When doing a bathroom remodeling project, consider refinishing the tub vs replacing it. If your tub has a porcelain coating, there are people that specialize in doing this for you. These companies will also be able to refinish your tile around your bathtub and not have to take it off. There is no reason to go to the expense of replacing unless there is water damage in those areas.

We opted for this system when remodelling our kitchen simply because unlike the conventional wall radiator it doesn’t take up any usable kitchen space. The Hydronic Plinth Heater also known as the hydronic kickspace heater is a great heating solution for small kitchens. Unlike a conventional wall radiator because it fits behind the plinth underneath one of your kitchen cupboards (base unit) it doesn’t take up any usable space in your kitchen. When fitted the system has a grill on the front of the kickboard to push heat out, with the aid of a fan, into your kitchen at floor level from where it rises; making it most efficient.

Feng Shui is a complex practice with many different schools, and the recommendations will vary from school to school and from one practitioner to another. So too, advice will differ depending upon the unique home – and the unique people living in it. Despite the fact that different schools may have diverse views on some topics, there are basic Feng Shui principles that apply to all kitchens.

She came in and told us how what was now the kitchen used to be a bedroom and a wood fired cook stove was in what is now the dining room, which explains the burned spot on the floor. The bathroom was a pantry and our library was another bedroom. Our living room was a formal room, like a parlor, with a seprate entry door next to what is now or main entry. The old entry is now just a tall window. The upstairs was mostly unfinished and used as a spair room for the kids to play and the boys to bunk in at night. She enjoyed the visit and verified for us some of the history and age of the house.