When the Goldblatt family used their old bathroom everything felt tight (starting with the old 3 foot by 3 foot shower), not very comfortable, and lacking in style. So when the shower door finally broke off the hinges they had enough and decided it was time to rethink this space. Since they lived in a smaller town in New Hampshire Mr. Goldblatt did not want to limit his options to only those products that were readily available so he used extensive Internet research to find unique, stylish and functional items to add a wow factor. Learn more below about the specific products used in this project:
Archive for May, 2012
It’s been reported that 80% of all burglaries come through a single locked door and 67% of burglars enter through some other area than a front door. With alarming statistics like this it could make good economic sense to add an extra layer of protection to a front, side, back or garage area by adding a steel security door. In this article you’ll learn the definition, advantages and disadvantages, and options in various security storm doors and styles to help you in your selection process.
In the old days when you decided to remodel a basement it usually was remodeled into what most people called a rec room with a wide open space with a drop ceiling with 2’ x 4’ lay in lights resembling what you see in an office. Well make room for the exciting (and multi-purpose) ways basements are being redone today. Learn below 7 distinctive rooms you can create in your home to make it more stylish, functional and fun!
Can a newly remodeled bathroom be both stylish and functional? Incorporating the 2012 trends being seen in bath remodeling both are possible. Apply the trends below to turn a tired old bath area into a luxurious and safer room: