At Reno Renovators, we know that proper planning, designing and preparation are essential to any kitchen or bath remodel. When it comes to your home, you want a remodeling project to go as smoothly as possible, and that’s what we want for you and your family, as well.
To save money, you want to consider making the changes that have the greatest impact first – the things that will get the most bang for your buck. Things like paint, flooring, lighting, and arrangement and existence of appliances and furniture. A fresh coat of paint can quickly and economically update, brighten and enhance a home. Hiring a contractor is usually smart for plumbing and electrical work, as well as for complicated tile jobs or ones that require tearing out walls.
Choose tiles with colors like grey, black, white or brown to make your bathroom feels a more contemporary and modern. Tile … Read More
The first step to planning a bathroom remodel is evaluating the existing space. If you’re planning on updating or renovating an existing bathroom, what would you like to see improved? Do you want to update the look of the bathroom by changing details like lighting and mirrors, or are you interested in a major overhaul? Answering these question will help give you a clearer idea of what you want the finished product to look like.
There are several options when you are looking for a vacuum that will do the job. If you have multiple surfaces in your home or apartment, you may want to consider a vacuum cleaner that will work for all of them. Even if you go with a micro-fiber mop or steam mop, sometimes you just want to run the vacuum over the whole house. Then a plumber was called in to work his magic. A … Read More
If you are looking to spruce up your mid-century bathroom, you might want to think twice before tossing out the grungy, scummy old medicine cabinet that is inset in the wall.
Even if you personally don’t care about going green one way or the other, the market is trending toward this so it’s something to consider. And there are many budget friendly options for adding a green touch to your bathroom: a low flow toilet that uses less water and saves you money in water bills; low-VOC or no-VOC paints; vanities made from sustainably harvested wood; recycled glass tile surface countertops, etc.
To blend with the fixture color, you might try matching the fixture color exactly. Paint stores can computer match colors if you bring in a sample. Bringing the bathtub into the store doesn’t seem practical, but you might be able to take the toilet tank lid in with … Read More
Install bathroom accessories as necessary. Towel bar, toilet paper holder, towel ring, door hook, etc. Easy enough to install with screws and mini screws.
This subject brings back such fond memories of our first home where we had that ‘small bathroom challenge’. Loved IKEA store for reasonable, funky storage ‘thangs’, like your CD racks (so creative…) I perfectly agree that small can be beautiful and charming… I had selected the coolest black lab wallpaper (you really had to see it/ only worked in a very small area…) I also love green (plant/ life) in every bathroom and candles! Cool stuff, girlfriend!
If you do decide to replace or renovate an existing bathtub or bathtub surround, plan to budget accordingly. Depending on the style, size and material you choose, a bathtub itself can range from a few hundred dollars to many thousands of dollars. When purchasing a new bathtub unit, don’t … Read More
I notice that every time I searched the web for interior lighting designs, the bathroom is given the least credit here. There are lots of pictures of beautiful lighting ideas on kitchen and living room. But less do I found information about bathroom lighting designs.
dahoglund, I understand the energy thing we’re running out of it and it takes longer to get anything done around here. Thanks so much for stopping by and for the sharing. Hey, great lens. It really gave me some insperational ideas I can do to my kitchen. I just got some Unfinished Kitchen Cabinets that I can’t wait to put up. Your great ideas will be a big help. I have this great sponge mop that does the job so well – all that’s needed is some very hot water! Vinegar is also a good natural cleaner. Agreed, true friendships are inspirational, supportive, and most … Read More
Our master bathroom is finally done!! It was our most complicated DIY project to date, just because we had to move/add some plumbing. We have never attempted that before. It was extremely hard to get a before picture of the bathroom because it was 2 small tight spaces. One was a walkthrough vanity area and the other was the toilet, sink and stall shower.
And for your viewing pleasure, this is what it looked like a mere 12 weeks ago (although my hairstyle has changed at least 3 times since I actually took this picture). It is Mrs Renau, I estimated it to be around 11,000. with all the changes but I will consider giving you a call when I start this project. Courtney, your bathroom is gorgeous, gorgeous, GORGEOUS! I truly never believed a bathroom could be just so stunning! Exact measurements are taken so our bathroom renovation products … Read More
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It is common when remodeling a bathroom to find plumbing problems, so it is important to have some plumbers involved in the remodel! I found this little plant stand at an estate sale in our neighborhood awhile back. I wasn’t sure where I was going to put it but now it’s found the perfect spot. You did a wonderful job, Delores. The bath is classic, timeless and under budget!!! Cannot get any better than that.
This page will help you to understand which styles of décor you find most appealing, and will offer you hundreds of ideas so that you can pick … Read More
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Well, my house was almost completely renovated when I moved in. The only thing I didn’t replace were the kitchen cabinets, so I’d probably do those. I’m not sure how much cabinets run these days, and I’m sure it depends on wood, how many, etc. If I had enough money left after the cabinets, I’d consider a new roof. If you then find you don’t get on with this then the Dremel itself is a handy little tool that has hundreds of other practical DIY uses around the home.
Take out the soffit – install a few taller cabinets and glaze in your chosen color and then you have a completely new kitchen without the expense and time of a complete renovation. Great Job!! Where did you … Read More
Bathroom remodeling ideas abound on the internet with ideas for everything from removing and installing new bathroom cabinets, to upgrading bathroom fixtures and installing a new sink and lavatory. Bathroom cabinets or vanities are a major decorating element in the bathroom while providing essential storage space. The challenge of providing enough storage in a small bathroom is often met with wall cabinet or tall linen cabinet. Pedestal sinks and hanging vanities dominate contemporary bathroom designs. Learn how to improve your bathroom cabinetry with these informative Hubs.
Good information. I believe this hub useful for us. I’ll bookmark this one and shown this to my mom. Thanks for share with us. The baskets for this project were chosen in a warm grey and medium rust color, to add a pop of color to the finished room. Those were the days before deadlines, full calendars and responsibilities limited my playtime; where my … Read More
IKEA makes the best-known range of RTA (ready-to-assemble) kitchen cabinets ever. Get answers to your questions about IKEA kitchens here – and if you have a question that I haven’t answered, check the Links List below for more places to find information, or ask your question in the guestbook and I’ll do my best to find the answer for you.
This is a small bathroom but it needed a complete overhaul to save it from ‘just plain ugly’ – a designer’s nightmare. From the floors to the walls to the lighting, everything had to be done. I wanted to do it myself to save money on labor. This did not help me save time by any means. Little things like these should never be overlooked. Chic, well-chosen faucets and shower heads can surprisingly turn an ordinary bathroom into a stylish one. Brass faucets with sheen finishes are very classy-looking and … Read More