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Bathroom Remodeling

completed kitchen remodel
Remodel KitchensKitchenPlanning a RemodelArchitects
During this remodel, the kitchen and dining room traded places to provide a warmer, welcoming layout.
living room remodel with TV on wall
Planning a RemodelRemodelInterior Designers and Decorating
When a client tells me how much they love watching remodeling programs like those you find on HGTV and similar channels, I cringe a little.
builder grade siding and gutters for home construction (Photo by Eldon Lindsay)
Planning a RemodelHomebuilder
To many, the term “builder grade” implies construction materials have enough quality that a builder would use them. But the items' quality may be less than you think.
The contractors lowered the short wall between the shower and the whirlpool. While updating most of the bathroom, they were able to keep the trim, doors, existing whirlpool and vanity, which cut costs. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Mike M., Kansas City, Missouri)
Remodeling - Home
Kansas City Homeowners hire Remodeling company to Update their Bathroom with New Tile, Shower surround and Paint, inspired by a trip to Las Vegas.
This bathroom remodeling project evolved as work went on.  (Courtesy of member Christine Atkins of Cleveland)
Remodeling - Home
A Cleveland member recounts her experience with a bathroom remodeling project that converted a walk-in closet into a master bath with floor-to-ceiling tile.
 
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