Home Improvement I Love Bathroom Cabinets (2)

In tough economic times, few of us are in the mood to go buy a new home and probably can’t sell the one we have anyway. So, more and more of us are looking for that fresh, new way to bring life to our existing home while adding lasting value that will reap a return on our investment dollar.

Great lens with lots of useful DIY information. One thing to keep in mind when you are designing your new kitchen is that you can always make space for an 18 inch dishwasher to help with keeping your dishes nice and clean. The one thing I forgot to do was get a good after shot of the shower area. Because I did get yet another horrid BEFORE”. Practical storage will never go out of style. Whenever possible, take advantage of vertical space and take your cabinetry up the wall.

Many bathrooms employ tile flooring due to its durability and waterproof characteristics. Much like any other tile option, you can choose from an endless array of patterns, sizes and textures. You’ll need to clean these floors regularly and seal the grout to prevent mildew from forming. I’d never heard of them before but as one who rails against the mass-produced garbage that threatens out world, I am into ANYTHING that is salvageable. The challenge of making one of these into a home is appealing. Loved this lens.

Join me as I take the journey and try to stay on the path. Learn from me through my successes and failures, and help me learn from you. As one blog I am weak, but as a community we are very strong. Let’s Succeed Together! You’ve done such smart things with your bathroom, Melovy! Forget all those magazines and huge, spacious bathrooms! Your solutions are fabulous. I especially like the idea of re-purposing a CD cabinet. If you’ve read this blog long, you know I love a little bit ‘ quirk in a space. These hands make me smile.

Great tips and advice, decoration is related with many factors, and taste, and an artistic eye… but you gind universal tips which are very important. Come back to Blessing! This user has arrived from Qype, a company acquired by Yelp in 2012. We have integrated the two sites to bring you one great local experience. I used the shelf above the toilet to add some decorative elements to the bathroom along with q-tips and cotton balls that anyone could easily access if needed. Installing a preassembled glass block window. You can have a window in your shower that will stand up to water.

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