The rest room
In any remodeling project, it’s a good idea to pad your budget with about 10 to 20 percent more money than you need for unforeseen problems that may be uncovered when work starts. Another good idea when creating a bathroom renovation budget: accounting for unexpected repairs. Maybe you keep the floor but change out the sink to meet your budget.
Working to a budget doesn’t mean lack of luxury as the entire renovation project was completed for under £10,000. Black painted panelling and white walls compliment the simplicity of this bathroom remodel. Additional space allows for a separate shower and bath without becoming claustrophobic and offering new possibilities for storage space under worktops.
Don’t underestimate the impact a pop of colorful paint can have in a small space. Wood requires more maintenance, but also gives off a much warmer, comforting vibe than tile.
A soft color palette, accented with dark woods, balances the space. This powder room vanity is crafted with smooth, flaxen veneer and is topped with a cast bronze basin and patina counter. A floor-to-ceiling Shoji screen took care of that by concealing the flaw, while letting light through.
Accessible Roll-In Showers
The complexity of this project means you need plumbing, contracting, and potential tiling experience to achieve those savings. If you know how to install your own toilet, you can save between $210 and $520 compared to the cost of professional toilet installation. This is a complex process and requires expertise in both plumbing and contracting to fit the tub in the space.
Your new tub or shower will be made to measure in one of our state of the art manufacturing facilities. Imagine all the possibilities with our design your own bathroom tool. A clawfoot tub, a double vanity, premium fixtures, heated floors, and towel racks all fall into this category.
In wet areas, the tile should extend at least to the height of the water source (shower head or tub spout). Have you ever heard those remodeling horror stories… of kitchen and bathroom projects that drag on forever or go waaaay over budget… or both? If you are considering remodeling your entire house, kitchen or a bath, you can count on us.
The Scandinavian-inspired style utilises every space with hidden cupboards and wall recesses for toiletries. Spruce panel cladding on the walls and floor of this conversion’s bathroom makes the most of the natural light to create a bright and open room. Think about how you use the space and how you interact with different bathroom features. Narrow and low ceilings are problematic in period remodel, but this restored cottage embraces the cosy aspects of the bathroom.
We have all been in bathrooms where the tiles are uneven, the toilet isn’t level, or some other noticeable oddity catches our attention. Bathroom remodels and additions have one of the highest returns on investment among all home projects. The crew were very hard working and stayed on the project until it was finished. All … Read MoreRead more