Remodelaholic

I honestly can’t think of a single person who doesn’t feel better after a warm bath. Being immersed in the caressing water soothes sore muscles, relieves stress, and rejuvenates the spirit. If you’re building a home, you can design your bathroom any way you want it. If you’re remodeling or improving an existing bathroom, however, you might be working with a small amount of space. What’s the answer? Corner bathtubs, like the ones at plumbing point dot com!

As the beginning of this article has mentioned, interior design can help your home and your family! You don’t have to spend years learning the ins and outs of design, but you can spend a few minutes reading and taking some good advice. The tried and true tips above are sure to be of help to you! To complete the remodelling of the second bedroom with shelving all that remained was a standard paperback bookcase as a space filler to snug up against the built in ‘cabin’ bed with the top of the bookcase extending along the back of the bed, above and behind the headboard. Thanks vocalcoach. Often by looking at furniture you already have, you can find new and better uses for them.

When adding or renovating bath tub keep comfort in mind. There is nothing wrong with getting in an empty tub and testing it before you buy. Getting in the tub will let you know if there is enough room and also introduce you to its comfort level. Most tubs are 60-inches in length, which is usually suitable for residential bathrooms. Drain any water in the supply lines, cut the hot and cold lines feeding the bathroom, and solder in two ball-valve water shutoffs. Shut off the valves, and then turn the water back on to the rest of the house. Oh Anne, I’m so proud of you for persevering through your long reno, but what a sense of accomplishment you must be feeling!

Can you believe I originally considered keeping the previous cabinets? That would have been tragic. You’ll have to scroll way down to refresh your memory of what they looked like. I was trying to save money, but honestly, keeping them would have ruined the whole design. So glad I came to my senses! Melisa – It does curve outward; good eye! And they aren’t football pulls like the game, just kind of an oval shape like that. Silly.

Many people think a room looks bigger when all of the furniture lines the walls around the room. And if you want a dance floor, that may work, but for most purposes, furniture looks better and a room looks more inviting when the pieces are at an angle or surrounded by space. Just liked your Facebook page. A link to your lens shows up at my lens about the art of feng shui under the section for EXPLORE RELATED PAGES. FYI. Nick enjoyed removing the old floor. I have to say, it made me a little sick to rip out hardwood floors, buried under 2 layers of vinyl, but they had to go.