If you are considering adding another bathroom to your home but wonder if you have space, consider a wet room. These, properly laid out, can take up very little space. The absence of a shower cubicle opens up the small area providing ample space This not only gives you the added convenience of another bathroom, it will also increase the value of your home. Homes that have bedrooms that are en-suite are always preferred and thus normally command higher prices when put up for sale.
I read this hub page and I have to say that this was a very riveting post to read. I have a bathroom in my house and I was wondering about some ideas my self. I really like your style of writing and enjoyed the format in which you presented your information, I have to say that this was a really inspirational read and I can’t wait to get started on my own bathroom renovation.
Glass cabinets in the kitchen remind me of a little bit of dining room elegance. Yes, you have to keep it need or have the glass camouflaged but the architectural effect is pure charm. A little glass goes a long way. Look at those photos and you will note, adding glass fronts is restrained and yet it works exceptionally well to add character to the kitchen space.
Very nice Hub, Denise, shall we say, Inspirational 🙂 Bookmarked for future reference and voted Up and Beautiful. I live with two fussy males who would never agree with butterflies or flamingos, but candles and art deco would probably work well! Thanks again for your creative input! P.S: I had access to an outback bathroom when I was in Australia, and it was kind of a kick!
Showerheads, toilets, and faucets have all become more water-efficient in recent years, thanks to the Environmental Protection Agency’s voluntary WaterSense program, which labels products that are 20 percent more efficient than federal standards. Our tests have found many WaterSense winners, including low-flow showerheads that deliver a satisfying pulse while meeting the flow rate of 2.5 gallons per minute. You can even have a rain showerhead these days that’s low-flow,” says Petrie.