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6 file(s) - Uploaded by: frankieg53
Created: Jan 20, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 0
This bathroom is so small, I don't know if I could fit a shower. My brother seems to think soby moving the window and toilet and everything I guess. This is the only bathroom upstairs and the only shower is in the basement, which I hate!
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: ColoradoBH
Created: Feb 12, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 0
This laundry room is ugly, unfinished, tiny. it houses the furnace, water heater and so many pipes. need help in ideas what to do, hubby is hesitant on drywall
First off, I'm only 17. This has been my bathroom for almost 9 years. It started off too big, but it has become way too small. I have to bend down to use the sink or the mirror, and I hit my head on the shower head quite often. Honestly, who puts carpets and wallpaper in a humid bathroom? I've removed the wallpaper to reveal paintless walls, and the carpets are probably moldy. The thing is, I cannot get my parents to do a thing about it. A tile has fallen off the wall as well, and the caulking is horrid. I forgot to mention the lighting and the overhead in-ceiling fan. Help? I need all of the criticism I can get!
NEW: My parents decided to "start looking" for a contractor. It may only be a couple of months before they actually look! Hurray!
I knew the kitchen needed work and I'm excited about tackling it myself, but there are a few choice problems. The first is the low ceilings followed closely by the uneven and gross floors, lack of storage, the poorly placed leaking sink, the old crooked shelves, and the ancient appliances. Lighting is a problem as well, anywhere you stand to work you block the head knocker light. There is also two back doors so I was hoping to lose the door in the kitchen to gain wall space, but then I'm not sure how that will work with the brick veneer outside. I'd love feedback.
my master bath is 4' by about 7' feet,
basically has a shower, sink, toilet, cant nock any walls down, unless i wanna see my bedroom, the kithen is on one side and the closet buts up to the shower... so need some ides about tile vanities and glass shower dooors, basically need some serious help designing the bathroom..
The bathroom in the house I just bought needs a lot of work. I don't know where to start! I have about a $7000 budget, so I'd like to do as much as I can on my own. As you can see, everything is mint green. What you can't see in the picture is a tiny shower stall and an outdated vanity. HELP!