Modern With A Vintage Touch Bathroom Remodel (2)

The kitchen is the gathering spot in every home. Kitchen remodeling can be extremely expensive and time consuming. Reports indicate that kitchen renovations under $10,000, the return on investment is over 90%! Do you have limited dollars for kitchen remodel? Can you provide the labor for the new designs? If so, you are at the right place. These 15 design ideass are all affordable – many are do it yourself projects with a nominal learning curve…yet all 15 can offer a great boost to the appeal of your kitchen. Journey with me as we explore the 15 different options complete with numerous photos to get your design ideas flowing. Be sure to comment and share with us your ideas. We desire to learn from your knowledge and experiences. You are the expert – living in the kitchen day to day.

Just outside of the guest bathroom, there was an entrance into unfinished attic space. This is where the A/C unit lived and where we stored our luggage and other items that were not heat/cold sensitive. You can see the attic space highlighted in yellow along with the guest bathroom in the floor plan below. I love to redo anything in my home!!! Your hub was full of information and ideas…I think you do an awesome job of redoing your bathroom! I don’t know I would find just awesome and artistic ceramic knob handles, but all of the ones on this example are so interesting!

What do you think? Would you hire us? I think we’re totally burnt out on remodeling! Too bad because I have dreams for the other bathroom and the laundry room…not to mention the kitchen! The shelving is a wicker shelf from my old house painted black. The wall switches are the original white ones that came with the house and repainted black as well as the base boards. I got a deal on the paint because the can was dented and the put it on clearance. For families who wants to build a house, you can check and get some ideas of some designs here, ENJOY!

Once that dried for a couple of days, we started laying out our tile to determine our cuts. I learned from my fireplace makeover that you should do all of your tile cuts BEFORE you start gluing things down. Trust me. It’s better this way. Seriously. Using what space is available is the least expensive option. Enlarging the bathroom by expanding into an adjacent but underused closet or spare room would be a next step, and building a new addition an expensive last resort. The goals should be to minimize the amount of remodeling that’s required, saving money and materials.

We offer an all-inclusive bathroom renovation package that can take care of virtually any size project, from ceiling to floor. I think we can do this whole remodel for less than $4,000, guys! That’s a big deal, because one contractor said the whole bathroom would cost between $12,000 and $15,000. Take out the soffit – install a few taller cabinets and glaze in your chosen color and then you have a completely new kitchen without the expense and time of a complete renovation.

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