Bathroom Remodel / December 25, 2018 / Amie Thibault.
A complete bathroom overhaul - If nothing else is going to do it for you, there's always the final option of a complete overhaul of your existing bathroom. Tear everything out, right down to the bear studs, and completely redo the space. Of the bathroom remodeling projects we've discussed, this is potentially the most tedious, the most expensive and the most disruptive to you and your family.
Designing to YOUR dream bathroom - This has more to do with design than anything else, but it is the foundation on which the rest of your decisions will depend. To help yourself through this process, go through the following mental exercise. Close your eyes. Picture your dream house: the lawn, the fence, the windows, the door. In your mind's eye, walk through the door, up the stairs, through the master bedroom and into your perfect bathroom. Now this is your dream house. Your idea of a perfect bathroom is completely up to you. For you, a great bathroom may be simple; a bathroom with gleaming, all-white surfaces and brass for all the fixtures
Glum to Gleeful - Before. Black-veined tile covered more than half the wall and made the bathroom look really dark. After. White tiles cover the walls and floor, making the space light and airy. Next, Tanya Mclean and Nichole Skladan of Mango Design Co brought in teak and brushed gold materials to give the couple the midcentury style they wanted. Then, the design team added a boho rug, a paisley shower curtain and pieces of the couple’s art collection to give it a personal, and fun, feel.
you could end up paying a fairly large sum of money; money that you might not got to spend. Thus, if you're looking to have your bathroom remodeled, but without having to go broke, you may want to consider doing your individual bathroom remodeling. If truth be told, if you have prior home improvement experience, there's a good prospect that your remodeling may looks as if it were professionally done.
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