Bathroom Remodeling Ideas

When my husband and I bought our house this last May, we immediately knew that our master bathroom needed a complete makeover. We honestly hated everything about it and what made matters worse was the shower was unusable (yuck!). We started the re-model at the beginning of February. We hired a contractor to assist us with removing the old shower and installing a new soaking tub. My hubby did all the other work on his own. He is amazing!!!

A few blooming, creamy, fake roses from HobLob┬áin a milk bottle I found in a thrift store. I also have plans to add flowers to a little gray metal milk bottle tote that I got half price at HobLob. Just haven’t gotten around to it yet.´╗┐ You can see it in a couple of the first pictures at the top of this post. Discuss the scope of the project with you, including the budget they envision for it, and listen closely to your requirements.

The most popular type of bathroom flooring in homes today is stone or ceramic tile. Most remodels today include tiled floors to match the showers and walls. Tile is most suitable in an often moist environment that dries out daily, making the humidity fluctuate tremendously in some areas. I like the crisp look of this bathroom too. Clearly we are planning on two pedestal sinks with matching mirrors or medicine cabinets.

If you are going to hire someone, an IKEA-approved installer may cost you less even if the per-hour rate is higher than the local handyman, as IKEA cabinets are slightly non-standard in their installation methods and the experienced installer will be quicker to do the job. Hello there Stars, So nice to see you here today. Houses are a lot of work. This one sure was. It was a cute little starter home for a young couple. Somewhere to build equity. Anyhow, thanks for the nice comments.

Long story short, the future in-laws showed up to a bathroom with no shower walls, no sink and no toilet (but with a fully functional tub!). I always strive to be a good hostess, so this made me feel extra bad…especially the no-toilet part. Poor parents had to use our en-suite master bathroom in the middle of the night. For the new larder door I used a sheet of pine cutting a rectangular hole in the middle to fit the glass and rebated the edge of the hole with the router, as shown in the picture above. If you use these fast as well as cheap bathroom remodeling ideas you are going to make the most out of your small bath.

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