Bathroom Remodel Using An Old Dresser For Vanity. Reuse, Redo Don’t Buy New. (3)

More than a year ago, I shut the door to a room in our house. Sick of looking at it, wishing it would magically transform into a place of serenity and peaceful luxury, I simply shut the door on it’s dark ugliness, because it was easier than dealing with it.

A handicap shower unit might also come with a non-slip surface on the bottom to prevent slip and fall accidents, so you won’t have to add a rubber mat. Handicap shower stalls might also come already equipped with grab bars and safety rails to reduce the chance for a slip and fall. Skylights work well in most any kitchen and any ceiling type. The size and positioning has to be carefully considered. A skylight doesn’t have to be large to make a big impact – the daylight will provide the impact – leave that to Mother Nature.

Items that are different in shape, height, color, texture or some other dimension should be balanced, but that almost always means they should not be centered and spread out or lined up evenly in a straight line. Many medicine cabinets are purchased with only one shelf. Our budget-friendly model had room for at least one more standard shelf when I nabbed it off the clearance aisle. I know what you mean, Enelle. The last apartment I lived in had a bathroom was so small you had to step outside to change your mind, lol. Glass shower door is gone and no more glass doors to clean.. in fact, no shower door at all right now.

Removing wallpaper is never an easy job, but it’s worth the pay off! If you have kids, put them to work too. Mine LOVED taking the paper off the walls! The pictures you see here are research and daydreams. I am looking for skillful ways to refinish my bathroom to make it comfortable and accessible. Thank you for stopping by. From start to stunning finish your Design Consultant will work with you every step of the way to make your bath renovation as seamless as possible.

You have some wonderful ideas here. I love the variety of hubs topics you write. Always informative and fun. And I agree, you don’t really need a wicker chair in the bathroom, right? It would just be a place to leave clothes laying around. Great tips! Excellent lens with lots of useful information. I have bookmarked it as we are currently working our way around the house decorating room by room. Kitchen makeovers can be a daunting and scary task – all kitchen makeovers will more than likely hit a snag or two.

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