From Worn Out, Drab And Cold To Fresh And Cozy
Rather than trying to do the square-peg/round hole scenario trying to make another door guide of the wrong size refit the mold of the other construction configuration by drilling a new set of holes into a door guide (easily cracking the new guide) – we suggest trying to glue together your broken door guide.
If you’re looking for a simple, low-cost bath remodel that can refresh your bathroom quickly, we also offer a One-Day Bath service. We’ll install a stylish liner and surround made from high-quality, virgin acrylic over your existing tub or shower, giving it a refreshed appearance. Our team can complete all work in just a single day, letting you enjoy a more stylish bathroom with minimal interruption to your routine.
I am for Double!! Suppose you and your spouse or siblings fight over the sink space all the time, one good solution would be to get a double bathroom vanity unit. With this, you will no longer have to fuss about queuing up to use the sink. In addition, the extra storage space that a double vanity provides will ensure that all your toiletries are not cluttered on the table top.
To your right, out of view, we added a second doorway to the guest bedroom, for easy access to the bathroom. To the left, also out of view, is the door to the backyard, with a window that lets in the light. The area was tiled and painted, and we used leftover travertine tile from my in-laws’ house to make a one-row backsplash around the new bathroom vanity. The mirror we made ourselves, from a gilded frame and a separate, full-length mirror we got at a thrift store for a total of $5. Steve cut the glass to fit the frame.
Removing old flooring tile or vinyl can be time-consuming, difficult, and still leave behind stubborn pieces that refuse to come off. A faster, simpler way is to rip up the underlayment along with the floor covering. Cutting the underlayment into small sections makes removal easier. Set the circular saw blade just deep enough to cut through the thin plywood underlayment without cutting into the underlying subfloor.