Thoughts Of A Cardmaking Scrapbooker!

With the present state of the economy, many homeowners are deciding to remodel their homes instead of buying a new one. Nowhere is this more evident than in the new kitchen and bathroom designs. Although these rooms were often overlooked, they’re now making up for it with all kinds of the latest trends. If you’re planning a luxury bathroom remodel, below are some of the most popular ideas. For more great ideas on luxury bathrooms, check out Plumbing Point dot com.

Of course my dream would be a pink bathroom! I even have a pink toilet in the bathroom that was picked up for free from a craigslist ad that Eartha Kitsch brought to my attention. But a truly vintage renovation can get very expensive very quickly and we need to do this sooner rather than later. So I’ve been looking for inspiration online so I can have a 1940’s look, but not spend a fortune. Here are a few pictures I’ve found.

When deciding on your next home improvement project, consider updating to a luxury bathroom. Add a bathtub with massaging heads or a luxurious shower stall with high tech showerheads. Use color to give a feeling of serenity, and don’t forget to go for extra size, and all the trimmings, like plush towels. There are many wonderful design shows on TV to give you fabulous ideas.

Two pieces of scotch tape will do. You do not need anything heavier than that to do the trick. Taping the doors together will keep the door from bouncing out while you are holding the plastic track in place. If you purchase the proper adhesive, you won’t have to wait too long. You want something that dries quickly so that you can at least get one piece of the track to adhere to the other long enough so you then can walk away and let it cure for the time frame indicated on your glue that you purchase.

Moisture not only breeds mold and mildew, it can take a toll on finishes and painted surfaces. A bathroom fan is the best defense. Guidelines from the National Kitchen and Bath Association call for a ducted system that’s at least 50 cubic feet per minute, though you may need twice as much ventilation if the space is larger than 100 square feet or if you plan to install a steam shower. Consider a humidity-sensing unit that will automatically turn on and off depending on the amount of moisture in the air.

You may also like