At less than 40 square feet, this master bathroom was not exactly fit for a king and queen. By knocking out a wall and taking in an adjacent bedroom, we were able to add his and her vanities, a cultured marble shower, and a spacious walk-in closet. Watch this video to find out more.
After running a little behind the rest of our extensive home renovation, we’re making great progress on the master bathroom at the Kuppersmith Project house. The vanity with granite countertop and oval, under mounted sink has been installed. Watch this video to find out more.
Nothing dates a bathroom more than using distinctive colors on hard to replace items like sinks, toilets, tubs, showers, vanities, and tile. When designing or remodeling a bathroom, use neutral colors and classic designs that will stand the test of time.
Homeowners these days are taking on more do-it-yourself projects than ever, and bathroom renovations are one of the most popular. But what are you going to do with all the waste and debris that can’t be reused or recycled now that many municipalities won’t pick it up? Watch this video for an easy solution.
Styles and colors change over time, so it’s important to think ahead when remodeling a bathroom or designing a bath for a new home. Since fixtures—such as the tub, toilet, and vanity—are difficult and expensive to replace, choose ones with a classic look and muted color so they will stand the test of time.
A major bathroom remodel can return much of the cost in increased value to your home. Hiring a professional bathroom designer or architect to plan the remodel can result in a better layout as well as making the project go smoother.