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5 file(s) - Uploaded by: randolphcockrell
Created: Nov 20, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 19
I recently purchased a foreclosure for PENNIES on the dollar. It was in good shape, but I thought I'd get a better return on investment if I gutted it and high-end rehabbed it for resale, instead of leaving it as-is and renting it out. Hope you like the transformation. WARNING: Drastic change! LOL!
13 file(s) - Uploaded by: rootedinsilver
Created: Nov 19, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 9
A small narrow (ugly) bathroom becomes "twice" as large with a narrower wall mounted vanity, and a seamless mirror above the tile work AND completely below (including behind the toilet!). To add a bit more storage, we had the wall mirror cut out for a recessed medicine cabinet plus the lower mirror also had to be cut out for the vanity. I could only find one mirror/glass company who would even take on the job of cutting the glass - it was the one big splurge in the bathroom and I am so thrilled I stuck to my guns (no seams!). Under cabinet mounted color changing LED lights add the cool kid factor to the space in addition to the chunky iridescent green accent tile chosen for the vanity and tub. A second piece of bullnose tile trim (cut by my tile guy) lays on top of the basic 4x6 tile to fill the space between the 4x6 tiles and the almost one inch thick green accent tiles. A translucent window blind is all the window treatment needed!