Back around to curbside. The louvered windows all work, and the storage cabinet holds the vintage leveling jacks that came with her.
Avoiding these seven common goofs could save you thousands of dollars on the project, especially if you’re planning an upscale remodel. You’re also likely to enhance the comfort, style, and efficiency of the finished project. From custom vanities to decorative tile, dream big and let our bath experts help you make it a reality. During your FREE in-home consultation we’ll create a plan to match your style, needs and budget.
That blasted vanity was so wedged in there! Like most old homes the walls were not completely straight so some of the drywall ended up walking off with that old vanity. Patch job straight ahead! You make an excellent point. I too love the wine racks. My old house I put in glass holders to break up the … Read More
The above figures place the bathroom update at $250 per square foot. This pricing structure assumes that carpenters charge an average of $70 per hour, electricians between $65 to $85 per hour, painters between $20 and $35 per hour and plumbers between $45 and $65 per hour.
I have always wanted to use an old vanity in my bathroom. Actually, it’s a dry sink, but it would be just right for our downstairs half bath. Seeing your beautifully done transformation makes me want this to happen even more! Trouble is, my husband is neither handy, nor interested. Guess I’ll have to learn how to do it myself! You won’t be able to submit it as an answer to the question, but it can still totally count! Just share a link to it in this thread! It’s totally not against the rules to do so. Lowe’s offers a variety of bathroom … Read More
I’m starting big with the most complicated, most expensive, most functionally significant portion of the remodel – replacing the shower faucet. As I mentioned in a previous post , the tub/shower handles have been a real pain for some time. They are hard to turn, and it’s difficult to make small adjustments so that the water isn’t too cold or too hot (and that’s when the cold water isn’t turning itself off). I have previously replaced the faucet stems, but it was only a temporary fix because they wore out after a couple of years. The long-term solution is to replace the valve inside the wall. For that, I need a plumber… and that’s why this will be the most expensive portion of the remodel.
A good kitchen design is based on a traditional triangle model, with the sink, refrigerator and range making up each point of the triangle. There … Read More
Hellooo friends. After seven months of hard work, a few DIY projects, lots of design work and hours and hours of tiling, we’re finally done with the Master Bathroom and here to show off the final photos and sourcing details.
Many tubs and showers have ceramic tile on the walls. If so a special drill bit must be used to drill the mounting holes for your new panel as a regular bit will at best do nothing and will more likely crack the tile and ruin it. Just slip them on and slide into all those small spaces that mops can’t go! Perfect if you only have a small area that needs to be cleaned. They are available for men or women and feature various colors.
It really doesn’t take much does it, Dolores. Your newly decorated living room sounds lovely. It is amazing how everything feels different when you … Read More
We have showers! Well, kind of. They’re not functioning yet but they’re getting close. Let’s start with the Master bathroom shower. It looks HUGE but the actual usable/splashable space makes up about 2/3’s of the below green area.
Such a helpful hub here RedElf! I enjoyed the marvelous photos. (I love shopping…uh…make that looking). Your hub has afforded me several ideas for my own tiny bathroom. Problem is – I rent. So I’m somewhat limited. New Faucets- This is especially important if your bathroom has contractor grade faucets. New, higher quality faucets will be remembered by buyers. In my bathroom remodel I used an oil-rubbed bronze faucet that I purchased online very inexpensively. Heating a quick meal in the microwave is certainly convenient, but doing this may not lead to the most serene state of mind.
Homeowners should also be aware of the possibility of room expansion. If you do … Read More
With today’s bathroom remodeling designs, it’s never been easier to bring form, function and style together in your Long Island, NY, home. A bathroom remodel is more than just picking the right sinks, bathtub, cabinetry, and fixtures. You want a bathroom contractor who can re-imagine the layout of the bathroom and who can utilize the space to its fullest potential.
Probably people most often replace their showerheads because the existing showerhead doesn’t seem to work right, and the main symptom is likely to be lack of water pressure—and hence water flow—from the showerhead. This problem is usually caused by gradual clogging by hard water deposits. One of my bathrooms is tiny, so I can definitely use some help on utilizing the space I have. Thanks for sharing. Voted up!
With the exception of the glass and granite installers, all workers in your home are employees of Bell Home Solutions. The … Read More
With the present state of the economy, many homeowners are deciding to remodel their homes instead of buying a new one. Nowhere is this more evident than in the new kitchen and bathroom designs. Although these rooms were often overlooked, they’re now making up for it with all kinds of the latest trends. If you’re planning a luxury bathroom remodel, below are some of the most popular ideas. For more great ideas on luxury bathrooms, check out Plumbing Point dot com.
Bathroom expansions. If your bathroom is cramped, let’s make it more spacious. Expanding your bathrooms is an excellent choice. Although remodeling your bathroom is a good idea but please bear in mind that it is not an easy task and could be very costly too. Things that you need to pay attention or consider is the flooring, the paint, wall tiles, and other essential bathroom accessories and items such … Read More
For those of you who are unfamiliar with the term DIY, it is actually an acronym for Do It Yourself…and this tiny acronym has taken the country by storm!
Paying someone else to design and do the work was beyond the budget we set for ourselves. I found many different kits online that were more affordable. As we evaluated them however, we saw numerous things that made us fearful we could botch the job up nicely, although anyone who has done a bit of DIY work competently in the past could probably handle it. I’ll include some of the things I found below.
Buying a new toilet might not be exciting, but it is necessary during many bathroom remodels. The major expense here, as you might guess, will be the price of the toilet itself. If you can deliver the toilet to your home alone, then the installation cost will … Read More
Replacing the existing radiator (which takes up valuable wall space) with a plinth heater; that fits neatly underneath a kitchen base unit.
After a free estimate, our home remodeling contractors will help you resource the best materials and supplies. Our expert experience will help you create a bath remodel update that is sure to last for years and give you the best return on your investment. Achieving great design within customers’ bath remodels is what we do best. With different digital shower options, walk in tub designs, tiles and more to choose from, the options are endless in your ability to create a luxurious bathroom.
Planning cabinets, shelving and storing solutions is a tricky problem in most cases. In small, irregular shaped rooms like the bathroom, it is even more so. They need to be functional and accomodate all your stuff while keeping everything easily reachable, they must fit into … Read More
Remember THIS ? And THIS ? And then THIS ? Yes, you remember… there were all sorts of updates along the way. The bathroom remodel project is now done! It’s been done for a few weeks. I still have some painting to do in the laundry room area, but generally it’s done.
For a complete list of required documentation for zoning and building plan review, download the Residential Permitting Guide (PDF) for new construction, addition or change of occupancy work. One-piece. These sinks often feature pedestal setups where the sink, typically porcelain, is supported by a matching porcelain pedestal base. Some landfills have recycled building materials available. The one in my area has antique/vintage doors, windows, hardware, etc. for a fraction of the cost of new materials.
The shelving is a wicker shelf from my old house painted black. The wall switches are the original white ones that came with … Read More