Kitchen and bath remodel’s are usually very large jobs. An average remodel will cost anywhere from thirty to sixty thousand dollars depending on materials. If you don’t give the contractor some idea of what you want to spend, you will create a frustrating process for both of you. If you feel you can’t trust your remodeling budget with a contractor then how will you trust a $40,000.00 remodel on your biggest asset?
How to pay for a remodel without a loan: When you can’t qualify for a loan and you don’t have the cash, try these 6 tips to fund your remodel. Source: How to Pay for a Remodel Without a Loan | Home Improvement Advice When you can’t qualify for a home equity line and you […]
Be Space-Savvy Source: BHG.COM Find design inspiration in 15 walk-in showers that beautifully stretch a small bathroom’s footprint, increase its functionality, and amplify its good looks. Expand a small bathroom’s utility by designing a walk-in shower that provides a solid wall or walls for placing vanities or tubs. Seemingly an extension of the bathroom’s board-clad […]
Regardless of your style, a good kitchen layout is essential. Here are 10 mistakes to avoid in order to achieve a practical and elegant kitchen design. Source: 10 Kitchen Layout Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make A lot of home activities — cooking, cleaning, eating, drinking, socializing — take place in the kitchen. That’s why it needs to […]
Courtesy of: carlaaston.com Overall, this bathroom was dated, had a few leaks, and felt tight and confined. But there was one area where there was an abundance of space — look up…. Those high ceilings were going unnoticed! My challenge was to stay true to their style of a greige-toned space with an up to date […]
So Your Bathroom is Cramped…
Many people are stuck with small bathrooms. The cramped space makes a bathroom less than ideal to say the least. In the past 5 years a new trend of bathtub removal became the answer. Removing the tub and replacing it with a spa shower is a move many homeowners are making.
Whether you are first-time homeowners, empty-nesters, or moving in an elderly parent, everyone in your household will benefit from the addition of a barrier-free shower. The size, shape, and style of these user-friendly showers are limited only by your imagination, budget, and available space. Envision airy and open wet rooms equipped with spa-like fittings, colorfully tiled walk-in showers for two, or prefabricated units dressed with a pretty shower curtain.