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We didn’t have to remove and replace the didn’t have to cut around any could make the design as simple or complex as we could make the wainscoting come up higher on the wall. We preferred the look of the wainscoting being a few inches lower but it wouldn’t provide the wall protection up higher that we was very affordable and used far less wood than many of the other options and required fewer felt we could complete the project within a few days.
Marble flooring for the kitchen is high maintenance. Marble, I am advised, will stain easily. It is a high maintenance option perhaps best suited to the bathrooms. Yet, marble flooring makes a grand statement. Remember what we said, the cabinets and the counter tops and the flooring are our largest design elements in a kitchen. Accidents happen in the kitchen from cans being dropped to animals and the list goes on. Marble may be a grand choice but with some possible red flags to consider closely.
When it comes to bathroom renovation by completing the job in a specific sequence you can save yourself from a lot of clean up time and mistakes. Whether you are demolishing sheetrock or simply repainting, you always want to start at the top of the room. Remodel your ceiling first, walls second, and floors third so you can prevent damage to your new components.
The shower and toilet should also have a dedicated task light, such as a recessed canister light. Consider fixtures that use LED bulbs. Many provided bright, even illumination in our lightbulb tests with the promise of 50,000 hours, though they do cost more. Remember to put the fixtures on dimmer switches so that light levels can be adjusted depending on the mood and task at hand.