Replacing the existing radiator (which takes up valuable wall space) with a plinth heater; that fits neatly underneath a kitchen base unit.
If your corner backs onto another room – perhaps as part of a peninsula – you can dispense with an official corner cabinet and use a standard cabinet facing away from the kitchen and accessed from the other side. This solution wastes no space at all and is very convenient if you can fit it into your plans. Another type of storage unit that doesn’t take up much space and would be appropriate for small bathrooms is a corner shelving unit. Remember – paint them the same color as the bathroom walls, and use narrow shelves.
I love unique ways people use shelving in their home—and the library in this Quonset hut living room is definitely unique! And, I’ve got to say I sort of love this too but the color is just too strong for the bathroom we have, being main floor and all. In larger metropolitan and suburban areas, Angie’s List is usually a great place to find contractors online. It is also a good idea to talk to friends and neighbors. Word of mouth is usually a safe bet. People are not afraid to tell you about negative contractor experiences. Hear clients Stan & Betty discuss their recent home transformation and bathroom remodel with Hammer & Hand.
Don’t have the contractor relocate any fixtures, like toilets and vanities, unless you need to. Repositioning items in the bathroom takes a good deal of extra time and material. You can easily save $2,000 just by keeping things put. Moreover, updating or adding a bathroom to your home is a home improvement project that adds value In other words, you’ll recoup a significant portion of costs when you sell your home, as much as 100%. When those moments come, you want to know that the person you first contact can and will correct the issue immediately.
What a brilliant idea to turn a dresser into a bathroom vanity! Your bathroom looks great. I also like the antique ceiling lamp near the entrance. It’s very lovely. The poor taste in decoration was from the previous owners. Most of the pictures were taken when we did the walk through to finalize the purchase of our house. After we moved in the ugly bones remained and we lived with it for almost two years.