When it comes to lighting in your bath, all is certainly vanity. Kidding aside, the kind of lighting you install in your vanity ultimately has more to do with how you look than how your bathroom looks to others.
"We've covered kitchen remodeling, home lighting and historic homes, and now we're moving on to bathroom remodeling with the guidance of another industry expert: Jill Moskowitz of Bathroom Magic. A bathroom, next to kitchens, is often the most remolded room in a home.
It is very difficult to estimate what a job might cost with so little information, but I will try to break it down into small pieces that will help shed some light on costs. There will be some demolition and disposal fees of the old vanity, est.
Chloe, if you do not install some sort of backsplash with your granite vanity-top, then you will have to look at a seam of caulk every time you brush your teeth. The seam where the granite slab butts into the wall needs to be protected from water, and a backsplash is a common solution.
The bathroom vanity top is basically a countertop surface. You'll find that the surfacing materials offer many of the same choices as those you'd evaluate for the kitchen: solid surface, granite, laminate and wood.
If you've been considering remodeling your bathroom, then you've also probably considered what you would want to change. One area you'll likely want to get change is your bathroom vanity.
Nearly 80 million so-called Baby Boomers are 65 years or older. Rather than spend upwards of $60,000 a year to live in a nursing facility, many prefer to modify their homes and "age in place.
Everyone you bump into these days needs bath remodeling but simultaneously tells you they haven't a cent to spend. Think small and think cheap.
If you want to remodel a bathroom for $2000 you are really cutting it close. Provided that all of your labor is free, and that all the existing plumbing and electrical can be used the way it is, and you buy the most inexpensive tub, tile, vanity, counter top, sink, faucet, and toilet to go into the bathroom.
James, Here is the order you will want to proceed with your new bathroom. First get all the new plumbing and electrical into the walls.