One thing that I loved about my house when we bought it three years ago was the greenhouse in the yard. I knew that it needed a lot of work, but knew that I would eventually get around to making the repairs and would have a wonderful greenhouse to spend my free time in. I had to do some research to find out about replacing the glass panels that had been broken over the years. I wanted to be sure that the glass I was installing wasn't going to stop the sun's nutrients from reaching the plants and that the glass would be durable and last for many years. If you are building or repairing a greenhouse, visit through my blog to learn all about the glass that should be used.
Do you have a small bathroom in your home that could use an upgrade? It's common for people to put off small bathroom renovations because it can be hard to come up with a design that makes the most of the limited space they have. However, there are several bathroom upgrades that you can make so that you have a well functioning bathroom that you love.
Install a Stand-Alone Shower
Your bathtub takes up a lot of space. So, instead of replacing the tub with a new tub, consider upgrading to a stand-alone shower. Not only does replacing your bathtub with a shower save room, but installing a frameless shower gives your bathroom a more modern, streamlined look.
If your bathroom already has a stand-alone shower, consider upgrading your shower enclosure to a frameless design. This way, you don't have to spend a lot of time cleaning around the shower frame. For more help with frameless showers, contact a company like Griggs & Son Glass & Mirror.
Create Storage Space
In a small bathroom storage space is often limited. However, it's easier than you probably think to create additional storage space.
Upgrade Your Bathroom Vanity
Many small bathrooms come with small bathroom vanities. However, limited vanity space isn't ideal if you have several people sharing the bathroom. Invest in a bathroom vanity that has more counter space; even if it's still on the small side, the more counter space you have, the better. Also, take the time to organize the stuff that you store underneath your sink.
Upgrading a small bathroom doesn't have to be difficult. You just need to create a design that makes the most out of the limited space that you have. By adding storage space to your bathroom, installing a stand-alone shower, and organizing your belongings, it's easy to turn your tiny bathroom into an extremely functional space.