It was a small house in Flagstaff, Arizona – just under 1300 square feet – and not a fancy house by any means. And it needed a lot of work.
You’ve everything covered from faucet to the color of the walls. Granted that bathrooms are quite private, still, an inviting ambience is a definite plus. Will keep these tips in mind. Thanks and rated up. Does the contractor get along with your dogs? If someone is going to be in your house for any length of time your dogs need to approve of him. Once we’d decided to renovate the main floor bathroom, the first step was to take stock of the existing features.
Wanna know what else we are reusing? All of the faucets, towel bars, and other hardware for the sinks and bathtub. We just so happen to have a complete matching set that is in perfect condition. That’s a little more money saved! When putting in new kitchen cabinets, you want to ensure that all the cabinets are properly secured to each of the wall studs. Mark and locate any wall stud prior to installing these so you can figure out where screws can go. A cheap stud finder can make this go much easier.
A vanity sink or even small bathroom sinks in stand-alone cabinets take up far too much space for small bathrooms. If you must use a vanity or cabinet, paint it the same color as the walls. This will give an easy flow to the bathroom space. Just like flooring, pretty much any type of waterproof surface can go on the walls. The wall choices are similar to that of tile floors and include marble, ceramic, granite and cheaper options like vinyl. Trim colors: white is always safe but if you have a lot of trim and a dark or medium wall color, it can get rather busy looking. A trim color closer to the wall color might look better in those circumstances.
Awesome! I wish PB had vanities when I redid my bathroom. The beadboard is a great look. I especially like the wider beadboard rather than the cheap stuff that looks like paneling. Came back to look at the starfish that you acquired in Tarpon Springs, Florida. Nice to know that we both have things in our homes from that scenic town with the history of Greek sponge divers. This time giving it a beautiful vote + sharing. We put hooks on the back of the door to hold towels or robes. We also put a hook beside the shower to hold a towel. We also put hooks inside the closet doors.