If you're planning a major home renovation, you've got your work cut out. However, there are two rooms in particular that will certainly need your undivided attention, as they are "more technical" than the others and rely on their functionality. When it comes to the bathroom, specifically, you will need to plan carefully if you're going to end up with a perfect bathroom renovation, so what are some of the more important factors to take into account during the actual planning stage?
Although chrome faucets have stayed the industry standard for time immemorial, bronze faucets are gradually coming back in style. They are great if you are looking to add a unique touch to your tapware. Nevertheless, some people still assume that bronze is old fashioned and would not be of much value to them. This could not be further from the truth, though. So what are some of the reasons why you should consider bronze faucets for your tapware?
With most cabinet doors, the door itself is installed over the top of the rest of the cabinet. When you look at the cabinet from the side, you will see the door as a separate section that sits apart from the main body of the cabinet. With inset cabinets, the door rests inside of the actual frame; when you look at them from the side, you see only the frame itself.
Many ideas can be implemented in order to make a basement more functional and livable. This article discusses some suggestions that you can implement during your next home renovation so that the basement becomes a more attractive and functional space within your home. Pastel or Neutral Paint Basements tend to be very dark because of their location. Your first task during the renovation should be to change the appearance of this space.
When you're getting a bathroom renovated, it's a good time to consider how to add storage. This will ensure that your choices for added storage work well with the overall design of the space and also gives you the opportunity to create built-in storage areas while the walls are already being torn up. Note a few tricks and tips for adding storage during a bathroom renovation project. Increase the size of insets in the shower area
Salutations! My name is Donna, and this is my remodelling blog. On this blog, I plan to write about everything, from hiring remodelling contractors, to doing the work yourself, to choosing the finishing touches to complement your project. My writing draws from my experience remodelling my first home, and I also plan to include some of the research I have done on this topic as well. I am a mum for four kids who are all grown, and my first grandchild is on the way soon. I love to knit, quilt and spin. I also love to read design magazines and spend time in nature. Thanks for reading.