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Bathroom Remodel Before and After

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Before I started my bathroom remodel, I was quite concerned that I'd never have the money to redo the space. In addition to that, I had never painted my walls. This created a lot unnecessary stress and wasted time. Then I found out that there are so many DIY kits to renovate a bathroom that I did not know where I should start. I decided that I would start with the basics and then work up from there. Here is my before and after story!

Here are some of our favorite before-and -after photos: The first one shows a dramatic transformation in the bathroom. The designers took out half the tub and installed a classic pedestal bath. This gives the room more space. Wall and floor patterns were also changed from dark brown to light. This makes the room brighter. This is the kind of bathroom I want in my house! It's a wonderful place to relax.

bedroom remodel ideas before and after

Here, a soaking tub was added to the guest bath, while the old bathtub was tossed and a new jacuzzi tub was installed. Using three different types of tile and installing a new shower, I was able to give the room a whole new look. I love the patterned tile in the shower and the new, larger tub. It is modern and clean with a sleek design.

The homeowners needed to upgrade their bathroom. They were not sure what to do. The 1980s-era tub needed to be removed and replaced. To remedy the limited space, they removed the bathtub and installed a shower cubicle. This option works well in a small bathroom. They then replaced the vanity with an his/hers vanity that included two mirrors. They also installed proper lighting. The room felt more open and spacious thanks to the new lighting.

Lauren made changes to Lauren's bathroom design after the initial design. Lauren added a combination light above the vanity to provide more lighting. She also replaced the faucet with a new one, which was more convenient and added to the bathroom's ventilation. Her towels were also heated thanks to the addition of a heated towelbar. You can give your bathroom a fresh look by changing the plumbing fixtures.

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The finished bathroom looks elegant, classy, and elegant. It lacks a generic, over-exaggerated look. The design details matter and it's worth it. The vanity color looks better in the finished space than it did when it was painted. The new tile is gorgeous and the artwork works well in the space. This bathroom has a dull look that can be solved by changing the shower curtain. You'll love the finished result!

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How can you avoid being ripped off during renovations to your house?

It is important to understand what you are buying to avoid being scammed. Be sure to read the fine print before you sign any contract. Also, don't sign blank contracts. Always ask for copies of signed contracts.

Is it more cost-effective to hire a subcontractor or a general contractor?

A general contractor will usually cost more than a subcontractor. General contractors have many employees so often charge their clients a high amount for labor costs. A subcontractor, on the other hand, only hires one worker, and charges less per hour.

Can I rent a dumpster?

To help you get rid of the debris from your home remodeling project, you can hire a dumpster. Renting a dumpster is a great way to keep your yard free from trash and debris.

Are there ways to save money on home renovations?

You can save some money by doing as much of the work yourself as possible. One way to save money is to try and reduce the number people who are involved in the remodeling process. You could also try to find ways to reduce the cost of materials used in the renovation process.

How do I renovate my house with zero money?

Here are some tips to help you renovate your home without spending too much money.

  1. A budget plan should be created
  2. Find out what materials are required
  3. Decide where to put them
  4. Make a list with the items you need to purchase
  5. How much money do you have?
  6. Plan your renovation project
  7. Start working on your plan
  8. Do some research online
  9. Ask friends and family to help
  10. Get creative

Can I renovate my whole home myself?

If you are able to do it yourself, why not pay someone else?

You may love DIY but there will come a time when you can't do it all by yourself. There could be too many variables to manage.

You might discover that the wiring in your home is not up to date. In this case, you'll need to hire an electrician to ensure that your electrical system works safely and reliably.

Consider that you may not be able repair any structural damage that might have occurred during the renovation.

Additionally, you may not have the right tools to complete the job. For instance, if you are planning to install a new kitchen sink, you'll need to buy a special tool called a plumber's snake which is used to clear clogged pipes.

You must also follow plumbing codes to ensure that a licensed plumber is working on your project.

Let's just say that you must know what you can do before you undertake such a daunting task.

If you are unsure whether you can tackle the job yourself, ask for help from friends and family members who have done similar projects before.

They can give you advice on what steps you need to take and where you can go to learn more about the subject.


  • The average fixed rate for a home-equity loan was recently 5.27%, and the average variable rate for a HELOC was 5.49%, according to Bankrate.com. (kiplinger.com)
  • Most lenders will lend you up to 75% or 80% of the appraised value of your home, but some will go higher. (kiplinger.com)
  • They'll usually lend up to 90% of your home's "as-completed" value, but no more than $424,100 in most locales or $636,150 in high-cost areas. (kiplinger.com)
  • On jumbo loans of more than $636,150, you'll be able to borrow up to 80% of the home's completed value. (kiplinger.com)
  • It is advisable, however, to have a contingency of 10–20 per cent to allow for the unexpected expenses that can arise when renovating older homes. (realhomes.com)

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5 Things You Should Know Before Starting Your House Renovation

  1. Do you really want this? You will need help if you are going to embark on a major home improvement project such as renovating your bathroom, kitchen, or building a new house. You might reconsider if you're not confident enough to handle such a huge task on your own. It could take up a lot of your time and money, and you won't get any real benefits from it. Hire someone who knows the ropes to help you. They will help you save time and stress and still give you a beautiful home to live in.
  2. What amount should I spend on a renovation project? This may seem obvious but it could make things worse if you spend too much on your renovation project. The reason is because you'll probably find yourself having to pay back most of the costs at the end of the day. If you have a budget in place, stick with it. Without it, you may end up paying a lot but not getting anything back.
  3. Do I prefer to hire professionals or DIY? - Although there's no right answer, we would recommend hiring professionals if you have the means. After all, they'll be able to give you advice on how best to proceed with your project. They will install the plumbing correctly, take care of safety, and offer a guarantee after they have finished their work. On the flip side, DIY projects usually involve lots of trial and error, which means you'll have to learn a lot of lessons the hard way. You'll also have to deal with any problems that may arise throughout the process.
  4. Can I afford it - Do not underestimate how expensive a renovation project will cost. Even if you believe you can handle it yourself, it might be necessary to borrow money from your family or friends just to cover the costs. And if you're planning to sell your current property soon after completing the renovations, you'll definitely need to factor in the price of selling it into your calculations.
  5. Where should I begin? There is no wrong or right place to start when it comes time to choose where to begin. But, we recommend you pick something you love to work on. You'll feel more motivated to work and less likely to procrastinate. Avoid areas that require constant maintenance. If your living area is constantly cluttered with dust and dirt, you should not attempt to redesign it.


Bathroom Remodel Before and After