One of my favorite ways to pass time is to peruse the internet looking at dream living spaces, it is just so fun! I particularly enjoy looking at bathrooms, and maybe that is because I have three bathrooms in our house that are in need of updates. I did do an update on Miss 19 Year Old’s bathroom, but it definitely was a budget update, and is still not complete (sad, I know). There is so much I could do if only I had unlimited funds! Are you feeling me? Designing my dream bathroom would bring me so much joy!
Hallways – To make the layout of the space flow more smoothly, hallways frequently end up with walls that may have quite a bit of dead air behind them. Finding these spots can be perfect for adding a linen closet, bookshelves, or display space. Take a look at where a wall starts and stops to determine if there might be unused space behind it. Remember, we’re not talking about removing studs or doing anything that compromises the load bearing structure of a wall. We’re merely looking to remove sheetrock and replace it with cabinetry or shelving.
You can create a designer spa feeling to your bathroom by incorporating some simple home design ideas such as installing dimmer light switches, candle wall sconces, burning fragrance, and using decorative baskets to hold fluffy towels. You can opt to paint your wall warm colors such as beige, brown or light green which give it a nice spa like touch.
Determining your budget could be tricky when planning your renovation. A large factor in determining cost will be the size of your bathroom, ranging from small to medium or master bathroom size. The fixtures you will need to fit in your bathroom will range in price depending on their size. The list of fixtures involved in remodeling a bathroom can include elements like faucets and fixtures, floor plan changes, new showers or baths, new flooring, countertops, cabinets and lighting. This long list of comes with a lot of different prices and options to compare before choosing what to buy for your bath remodel.
My boyfriend and I have been thinking about getting frameless shower doors Toronto We haven’t really ever experienced them thought. We have a friend who swears by them and another who wishes she didn’t have them. Were not sure which way to go. We have read up some really good things about them. Does anyone else have any opinions about them? Like does it make it easier or harder to clean the glass? Or does it keep the water from leaking on the floor? We have all these things we want to be sure about before we do anything. If we could have some help or advice that would be great!