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A bathroom should be both functional and hygienic, but it should also provide guests with a comfortable space where they can relax. Bathrooms that are too drab or dated feel heavy and cluttered to users, so keep in mind how you want your guest's experience to feel when thinking about what kind of bathroom renovations may be best for them.Bathroom remodeling projects can vary widely in scope. They could include things like installing a double vanity for extra space, to just replacing a couple of damaged floor tiles. In this blog post, we are going to take a look at a few DIY projects that keepread more
If you are planning a bathroom remodel or renovation, it is very important to have a plan. A solid plan of what you want to replace will help you stay on schedule and within budget. In this quick blog, we will take a look at 5 areas to make improvements during a bathroom remodel project. 1. Replace Cracked Floor Tiles Whether it is one trouble spot or the whole floor, a bathroom remodel is the perfect time to replace cracked or outdated tile. This is also a good time to inspect your grout and caulking, as gaps can lead to water leaks and mildew. Even if you tile is in goodread more
Are you remodeling your master bath or giving your guest bathroom a makeover? Nothing changes the look, feel, and function of these rooms like a beautiful new vanity. No matter how big or small the room, a bathroom vanity is a multi-functional centerpiece that adds style, storage, and functionality to your bathroom. For decades, the standard height for bathroom vanity has been 30 to 32 inches, but today the range has widened and can easily be customized to a homeowner’s personal preference. If you’re DIYing this process, there is a lot to consider when installing a bathroom vanity. In thiread more
Bathroom cabinets are often discounted as unimportant. While nothing could be further from the truth, there are practical reasons for this. One problem is that this is a wet, steamy environment and if ventilation isn’t adequate this could affect whatever is being stored in the bathroom.So, instead of having cabinets and cupboards to store towels where they are needed these are often stored with bed linen in another room. Similarly, makeup and personal items like deodorant and face cream are often kept in the bedroom.Certainly, the size of a bathroom will determine theread more