How To Maximize Space In A Small Bathroom (3)

Though not originally from Never Never Land, I sure feel that’s where I live some days. Renovations always take longer than anticipated, cost more than was budgeted, involve more work than you bargained for, and can be fraught with challenges. Don’t you love that word – challenges – it just rolls off the tongue, doesn’t it? Some days, not so much..but whether reno-ing a space or a hub, I am passionate about family, music, writing in all forms, and great food.

With three estimates to do the foundation repair, the chosen vendor warned me that there might be additional expense, depending what they found once they got the house off the ground. This should have been a major red flag. Over the past fifty years, the frame house had sunken deep into the Texas mud. really nice lens…lots of tips and info, will read more of your lens, congrats on the purple star on this lens!

I am mostly curious about the way colors make you feel. I love dark tones, and the dark blue bahtroom gives me a feel of quiet and peaceful time alone… Angel Blessed! You can also use vintage light fixtures, old pieces of barn wood for shelves, or an old mirror above the sink. Every time you use something old instead of something new, you’re probably saving money and reducing your consumption. Both very good things! This is gorgeous, and if it involves recycling, even better. I will think of this the next time I go shopping. Very creative!

Here’s your chance to let others know your opinion about the contractor you’ve hired. In addition to rating contractors on a scale from 1 to 5, you can provide a written review to explain why you liked or disliked a certain contractor. We finished off the alcove above the sink and stool by filling it with a floor-to-ceiling mirror glued to the drywall with silicone cement. At $160, it’s an inexpensive, useful way to make a room feel more spacious. Since the medicine chest was eliminated, we needed storage space for the stuff guests shouldn’t see. We bought a small cherry cabinet for those items.

My only options were to 1) expand the inset hole to accommodate a new cabinet, or 2) close up the inset with drywall. I chose to close up the hole and do without a medicine cabinet. It irked me to pay more money to a contractor for an unexpected drywall project, and lose the space and convenience of my medicine cabinet. The Grand Centre Bookcase Display Unit in this bedroom remodelling demonstrates that with a little imagination and innovative thought even laminated chipboard can be sculptured to create aesthetically pleasing and functional Dcor furniture.

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