Bathroom Remodel / October 23, 2018 / Amie Thibault.
Cluttered to Crisp - Before. The 1980s renovation left these empty nesters with a cluttered, inefficient bathroom that didn’t match their updated kitchen nearby. After. A clean, streamlined design by Susan Ozipko of sO Interiors gives the couple function and storage in a small space. The new features, such as the floating toilet and vanity, sit against a wall of statuario marble tiles. The homeowners replaced the tub-shower combo with a glass-doored shower.
Tired to Fresh - Before. After years of living in their home, these homeowners were tired of their bathroom’s tan walls, built-in tub and gold-framed shower. After. White walls, a freestanding tub and a glass-walled shower provide the new look the homeowners wanted. Joann Kandrac and Kelly Kole of Kandrac & Kole Interior Designs made these updates without drastically changing the layout.
If you have a small bathroom, remodeling ideas should mostly revolve around freeing the space of clutter and making better use of the available space. Using shelves, taller cabinets, and other organizational items will help the room seem larger because everything has a place and there is nothing left to crowd the space. There are any number of cabinets available to fit over the toilet or along empty walls to maximize the available area, or cabinets can be hung on the wall to free up floor space.
Why Remodel If You Can Decorate. Perhaps you would like to redo the bathroom, but at the same time you would like to keep things uncomplicated. If it is time for a bathroom makeover, count yourself lucky when you see the number of wonderful current decorating ideas for the bathroom today. There is a huge amount you can do with simple decorative treatments that avoid a full remodel.
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