The Bathroom Remodel, Part 1

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During my remodel, I had to move the water-supply lines and the waste line in my wall to accommodate my new, wider vanity, which had a different sink location than my old vanity. I hired a plumber to handle that part of the job, and it cost me more than $500. Tradespeople aren’t cheap, but if they solve a problem, they’re worth the expense. Very comprehensive. The best thing to stress is nothing ever goes as planned and there are usually delays and cost overrides. This is a very useful and informative hub. Voted up, useful and interesting.

Minimalist modern bathroom look in shape, with a large mirror and a small sink wide black ceramic into options to enhance the sink. ceramics in select colors so that the light does not give the impression rather not live but teapt looks clean. Limiting advance of a glass shower and dry can be seen clearly without any hindrance. Closed double door… how cute is the little double doors closed? I like the grey-blue on the doors too!

Updated backsplash- Tear out those old 70’s era tiles and try something a little more modern such as glass tiles or tumbled travertine tiles. Of course if you recycle old glass there may be occasions when you may wish to be ambitious and engrave a bit of Art Décor on some of your projects. If you’ve never done this before rather than pay out for expensive tools that you may never use again one option is to buy a Dremel and an engraving kit, and experiment on a few pieces of scrap glass. I’m sorry I don’t know, Pattie. Maybe you can call your local health and services office and see what they recommend.

When looking to replace counter tops, go with granite. Most granite is attractive looking, durable, reasonably priced and is able to withhold hot products. Also, because it is so hard, it will not scratch, blister, or crack. It is easy to clean and does not wear down like other counter tops. There was very little space to start with, and the layout of the appliances didn’t help much. The narrow walkway past the tub, followed by squeezing past the sink to get to the toilet made the room feel claustrophobically small.