We bought an old farmhouse. It was not in good shape. The house needed remodeling. We had to tear out the old bathroom because the placement of it was in the way of building better staircases. The staircases going to the basement and the second floor. The stairs in this house were like ladders, not stairs.
We spend much of our time in our bathroom and it should be a place free of obstacles and clutter as it can be the most dangerous room in the house. Keeping it clutter free and organized will help you start your day with the right mindset and focused on the tasks ahead at work. Just because your bathroom is small doesn’t mean it can’t look custom designed. Pull everything out of your bathroom and start from scratch, getting rid of some of the things that are not used and only leaving necessary items. Add a touch of color and make it well lit are the keys to an open area that looks much larger than what it actually is.
Don’t forget the ceiling color! It doesn’t always have to be white. You can use a darker or lighter shade of the wall color, or a contrasting color. Dark colors are good if you have a high ceiling which is out of proportion to the room size: this sometimes happens where a bathroom has been squeezed in to an older house with high ceilings. Dark colors can also disguise stray pipes, wiring and structural oddities up near the ceiling.
When dealing with the difficulty of remodeling a small bathroom you need to know the end result prior to you can start your small bathroom remodeling plan. If you are lucky sufficient to live in or near a larger city you can check out some extremely nice plumbing show rooms to see screens and seek guidance from professional designers on how to include value to your small bathroom remodeling ideas.
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