Remember THIS ? And THIS ? And then THIS ? Yes, you remember… there were all sorts of updates along the way. The bathroom remodel project is now done! It’s been done for a few weeks. I still have some painting to do in the laundry room area, but generally it’s done.
With a flexible work life and a pre-schooler, we bought the van to renovate in order to travel the country & visit family who winter in Florida. We started working on it immediately spending the summer to complete our interior upgrade with a new professional sofa, roof and door liner upholstery, new lined curtains that block the light and interior paint job that gives the vehicle a spa-like modern feel.
After: In order to get optimal functionality out of such a tiny space, Hurst replaced the old vanity with a freestanding contemporary one about half the size. He installed a new high-efficiency, water-saving toilet and moved it to the same wall as the vanity to help create more space. The reconfiguration of the layout opens up the entry and allows more room to maneuver once you’re inside the bathroom.
This project using predominantly recycled laminated chipboard from salvaged furniture to create wall to wall shelving as part of remodelling the secondary bedroom is in three main parts, display shelves around the door, main bookcase to accommodate both paperback books and larger books and files and finally a standard bookcase incorporating a bedside shelf, the full details of this DIY project is given below.
Layout: NYKB will conceptualize and design your bathroom layout which involves where your new cabinets, water technology, and backsplashes will go and map out the dimensions (how tall, wide, and deep). We will also implement unlimited revisions until you are completely satisfied with your bathroom design. We consider all the customers needs including tub to shower conversions, installing elderly walk in tubs and easy access showers.