A 30 Day Bathroom Remodel Reveal (2)

Rather than trying to do the square-peg/round hole scenario trying to make another door guide of the wrong size refit the mold of the other construction configuration by drilling a new set of holes into a door guide (easily cracking the new guide) – we suggest trying to glue together your broken door guide.

Well looky there, those plywood utility panels are making another appearance. This time we used them to plank the walls. Below they’re laying in our garage with a coat of primer. I just had a new bathroom built for my bedroom. It’s small compared to home bathroom. This hub with the tip using the net bag as storage just gave me some ideas that I could use. Thanks.

A small bathroom shower with sliding doors or an accordion shower screen won’t require additional space to allow for opening the small bathroom shower door. Shower doors that swing out might need more room than you can afford in small bathrooms. Patch holes in drywall using mesh. First spread a layer of drywall mud into the hole and around its edges. Then press the patch into the mud so that it adheres evenly to the surface of the wall. Trowel the mud carefully over the patch, allow to dry, and then sand to smooth.

You’ve made a cozy home from a house with good bones.. lovely job and bang-up great budget! I’m totally envious that you have your rehab finished. We’re still trying to finalize ours after 15 years in this former cottage. PS I’ve featured this lens on mine about an Extreme Makeover home project near my home. We’ve selected our plumber, who is going to take care of all our plumbing business for $800, but we have yet to nail down a dry-waller who can do some specialty drywall work for us.

Wow! Never knew they existed…I was just watching bathroom remodeling on HGTV today and yet none of them had what you have offered. Shame on them! Good job, Habee! Tirelesstraveler, I enjoyed reading your remodeling article. You are correct regarding the extent of remodel. Now that I have 2 new bathrooms (close to completion), the existing one will be stripped down to the sub floor, a job that we will not start until a year after our expansion is complete. Voted Up and Useful. I love the beam and all of the tiling looks great so far! I can’t wait to see how the utility card > vanity turns out.

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