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12 file(s) - Uploaded by: buddypitts1_8626...
Created: Mar 8, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 18
This bathroom desperately needed help. The bathroom is in a 70's house and is very small. The tile job is bad and the vanity is too large for the space. The tile has plastic wood trim and lots of caulk around it which makes me think that the tile job may be much worse than it looks on the surface. I am going to find out what lies beneath.
I striped most of the walls down to the studs and started installing my new blue bathroom. The mosaic tile took a while to put together. After that everything went up fairly easy. Replaced the vanity, counter, toilet, medicine cabinet adding trim around and to the ceiling. I added storage shelves recessed in the wall with trim to the ceiling to match the medicine cabinet and vanity, which I had added decorative wood to the door and drawers. The only thing that was not replaced was the tub which we had refinished to match the toilet and sink. The piece of granite for the counter was actually given to me as a 36 X36 at a granite fabricator. The man thought I would not be able to do anything with it (He was so wrong) and I thank him very much for my granite counter top. I cut it to fit the vanity, did the rock finish edging, and cut the hole for the sink in just over an hour. I had a budget of $900.00 for the bathroom. Doing all of the work myself with the exception of refinishing the tub I spent $846.98 to totally redo this hall bathroom. Could not have done it at all if I had to pay for demo and all of the instillations of medicine cabinet, counter, tile floor and shower, mosaic, built-ins, vanity, sink, toilet, faucets, Just the custom mosaic would have taken my budget.
Just bought a house with a yard that has lots of potential but I have no landscaping experience. Any ideas???
This room is my cozy spot in the house.I am open to any suggestion to give it a more inviting, relaxing atmosphere.
2 file(s) - Uploaded by: Christy01
Created: Feb 6, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 10
Chocolate and caramel meet in our master bedroom. The lush colors are inviting and the new chair is begging for some quaility reading time.
Traditional furnishings create a space that is comfortable and inviting. A painted ceiling adds depth and interest, along with a floral patterned carpet in a sandy beige color. It's a restful master bedroom retreat to look forward to after a long, hard day of work. To finish off the space, the owner is thinking about adding colorful window panels to compliment the white wood blinds, and neutral toned walls.