This past weekend, we did a quick remodel of our bathroom. My spouse repainted the walls, doors, and trim. He replaced the baseboard and the vanity, because water took a toll on our only bathroom, and the laminate started to come off the vanity. We have new baseboard that is a type of vinyl, but it looks like wood now that it is painted and caulked. My spouse is so handy from fixing everything around here that he works fast. The vanity and sink that we removed was donated to Stardust: Goodwill’s version of a ReStore. The sink was in great condition.
The dining room floor of a home is usually an extension of either the kitchen or living room floors. It is best to stay consistent with either one of the other rooms. The room to be consistent with would depend on the layout of your home. Sometimes, the dining area is part of the kitchen. Most of the time, the dining area is in an open design as part of the living room.
To reduce the number of unwanted pests in your home, cut back shrubbery and plants that are close to the windows. These plants are great homes to insects and spiders. If they rub up against your house and windows, they can easily crawl inside to find a warm dry place. Cut back these bushes to a foot or more from the side of the house and under the windows.
My so lives in the middle floor of a three story condo building. A few weeks ago, the bathtub drain in the unit above his condo broke and water flowed down the inside of the walls soaking the drywall and destroyed two of the three walls in his tub/ shower unit. I need to estimate the cost of repair in order to make a claim. I have already torn all the walls down to the studs and had a tub surround installed.
Living in an apartment, I don’t get to do these great things..sigh. My folks used to have a high-end bathroom remodeling business..cost not an issue for most of their clients, so I got to look at the best of the best in catalogs and man, some of these you show, are just plain ‘art work’ beautiful.. You don’t see these in the local home depot! Thank you! Great Hub!