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It still needs something, possible a picture or a shelf or something over the toilet
10 file(s) - Uploaded by: 13bubbles
Created: Mar 22, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 5
My basement bath needed a major remodel. I was limited in space, but was able to use it all to the best advantage.
I wanted to update my vanity in my powder room. The tile and the toilet had already been replaced; all I needed was a bigger vanity.
10 file(s) - Uploaded by: csimwil322
Created: Mar 22, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 4
Downstairs Bathroom in need of some work. I welcome ALL suggestions and constructive criticism. Although, keep in mind, I'm on a tight budget so knocking down the shower and starting over is not a desirable option at this point.
8 file(s) - Uploaded by: dreamyspaces
Created: May 7, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 1,329
Unlike the old-world basement bath in our previous house (see "Roman" bath if interested) the basement in our new house got a simple powder room. No "party" shower no sauna ... just a clean almost minimalist look. When is less more? As always thanks for visiting!
CEILING PAINT is different from the wall paint. Ceiling paint is a light silver metallic paint by Ralph Lauren (Home Depot), while walls are painted with Ben Moore Smokestack Gray. Ceiling took 5 coats but was well worth it.
10 file(s) - Uploaded by: amstx8_11091844
Created: Oct 25, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 5
Walk in basement makes this three level TH a great place, but it's 12 yrs old and needs some help. The only time that is spent in the space is to do the laundry, tend to the dog, and walk out to the backyard. Even after I got married six yrs ago, the space has still been neglected. I would like to make this space more inviting and less cold (even though the basement is above ground, it remains cold year round), by removing the carpet and staining the concrete, replacing fake fireplace with a gas one, creating a place for our 5yr old to dance and practice her piano, and a media area for us to enjoy spending time together. And lastly, a place for me to work out. After having the desire to update the basement I pulled the carpet back and saw the floor has paint on it! Why would the builder do such a thing and how do I get it off? My budget is very small, close to nothing, and my time is not very far removed, but if I can find solutions I can do myself, I can work in stages as resources are available.