You have some money to play with for home renovations, and you think your bathrooms need some work. But you can't decide whether to add a second (or third) bathroom, or upgrade the one you've got. Here are some things to consider with either of these choices.
Upgrade Your Existing Bathroom
You know there is a lot of work to be done in your current bathroom. Here are some potential things you could do with money for a remodel:
Bathroom renovation projects can really allow you to let your creativity flow, replacing standard, contractor grade fixtures and accessories with custom-made, personalized products. One great way to really set your bathroom renovation project apart is to install custom glass components! But where should you begin?
Types of glass in the bathroom
Bathrooms are a great place to unleash the power of glass; there are so many places where you can use it!
If the glass in your home's aluminum storm door was cracked, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to patch it before the next storm to keep the glass from shattering. If so, use the following three-step guide for temporarily fixing the crack in the glass using supplies you may have at home or can find in a hardware or department store.
Step 1: Caulk Around The Glass Pane
The glass in your car is there to protect you from the weather, deflect flying debris, and keep things inside your car from blowing out. When you have a crack or hole in the windshield most people know to have it fixed as soon as possible. However, what about side windows or the rear window? Should you have them repaired because of a small chip or do you need to have them replaced?
Skylights are one way to bring natural light into a room, especially in rooms that have no windows. You might run into this scenario when renovating an Edwardian or Victorian home, which sometimes have oddly shaped or placed rooms. It's not uncommon to find a windowless bathroom in such vintage structures. Below are three types of skylights that can help shed some light on the subject.
Bathroom Skylights for Small Spaces