A small space bathroom can work well and give you the same pleasure of having shower if you do not mess it with needless things. It can be made huge by implementing relaxing colors, appropriate components and appropriate illumination and flooring sur
I can't belive we used this for a year! But hey, at least we owned it and it worked :-) We felt it needed to be a complete rebuild. There was lots of water damage, bees in the rafters and wood rot. Everything was leveled and rebuilt.
We have a tiny downstairs bathroom. There is drainage issues. The previous owners put the toilet and bathtub on raised platforms. It is raised up off the floor by about 6"
The kids have to climb in and out of the shower.
Lots of drainage
The first step in a new bath re-do is to develop a plan. Draw up the exact floor plan
that you will be working with. Be precise when planning to move a tub or shower to
a new location, as this will entail a plumber and possibly an electrician.
My husband Dean and I chose flooring, countertop and paint products with green features to update our tired 1980s bathroom. And we did it all for just over $1000. Read more at http://www.deniseholtby.com/?p=65