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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!
We bought a house that was over 30 years old and had never been updated. The guest bathroom was the first bathroom to be updated. The tub/shower combination was in great shape with a classic look in white. It had sliding glass doors. We decided to leave the shower for now, but did remove the shower doors and put up a shower curtain instead. We pulled out the vanity and toilet as well as the flooring. We installed ceramic tile and painted first. Then we installed a Koehler low flow toilet. Next came a new vanity in a light cherry wood. We added a Corian countertop and marble vessel sink. Here are our before and after pictures.
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: #weekendwarrior
Created: Nov 3, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 7
Clean and modern is what i set out to accomplish. The bathroom is kinda on the small side so i felt that if i didn't tile the walls it would make the space appear larger. Picking out a neutral color like the light gray with the chrome fixtures, white vanity, tub and toilet gave it the clean modern feel. The elongated wood grain tile gives the bathroom a deeper feeling. Putting in the frosted window gives us the privacy we wanted without loosing the great sunlight we get from the rear of our home.
8 file(s) - Uploaded by: KentuckyCindy
Created: Nov 2, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 6
This master bath remodel is one of my favorite projects to date. With a beautiful shade of plum on the walls, tile everywhere, cabinets painted and built onto, enlarged shower and updated lighting, this room whispers, "spa".
12 file(s) - Uploaded by: TinaG51903
Created: Oct 27, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 19
My 1983 bath was just worn out, with its 4 inch baby blue tiles. I ripped out the 30" wide tub and most of the wall board above it, installed a 32" wide (and much deeper) tub, replaced the wall board and tiled it in a brick pattern with 9x12 marble look tile. I ripped the top off of the vanity, stripped, sanded, then painted 7 coats of high gloss white. I placed 2x4 supports from front to back inside the vanity and covered it with half inch plywood in prep for the heavy marble top. My husband actually lifted a finger and helped me get the marble out of the truck and into the house! I installed the vanity top and splashes then built the mosaic backsplash up the wall on a backer of 1/4" drywall and bordered with marble trim. I cut and installed the dark hardwood-look ceramic tile on the floor and absolutely love the contrast against the white 5" baseboards. I still need to paint the frame of a super nice thrift store vanity mirror and hang it up, so still not quite finished yet, I started this room 6 months ago ;) Inspired by Rate My Space rooms "Bathroom on a budget" and "Less is more"
40 year old single wide on waterfront totally remodeled in cottage style for comfort as a summer home.