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Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
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in mind that each of these items will increase the cost of your project. Plan out the location of each of these elements. For example, consider placing
both your rough and trim plumbing costs as well as your fixture costs. Also plan out the location of each of these elements. For example, consider placing
And while you’re at it, plan out the location of each of these elements. For example, consider placing
placing a standard showerhead up higher on the wall if you’re tall. And if you plan on having a shower bench, why not make sure the handheld can be used while
trim plumbing costs as well as your fixture costs.And while you’re at it, plan out the location of each of these elements. For example, consider placing
“Tile” — Lina Crawford Interior Design
C O N T E N T Architecture
3 Reviews
Southampton
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requires exact planning. This drain is made by Schluter Systems and offers up a little wiggle room in final position. Not all do, so plan this out before
them perfect requires exact planning. This drain offers up a little wiggle room in the final position. Not all do, so plan this out before your plumber
“Stuff” — jzwicker
Jody Brettkelly
Brettkelly Re-model (Our House)
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Questions2
afterthought, especially when they can be such fun design elements. So when planning your project, think about where the hooks, towel bars, toilet paper holders
afterthought, especially when they can be such fun design elements. So when planning your project, think about where the hooks, towel bars, toilet paper holders
plan for towel bar and tp placement
“Used bath towels” — kfadams747
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There's no bathtub. Why would be plan our construction around the next homeowner? LOVE IT
says. “We thought to ourselves, ‘Are we ever going to use a bathtub?’ Why plan the construction around the next homeowners if we won’t use it?”
says. ‘We thought to ourselves, ‘Are we ever going to use a bathtub?’ Why plan the building around the next homeowners if we won’t use it?’Check out ways
“The elegance” — pugelist
Christopher Simmonds Architect
2 Reviews
Gatineau Hills
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TeamMost people spend more time planning their next vacation than they do planning their house project. Not that planning a house project has to be a full-time
“faucets on wall” — Barb Menard
Michael A. Menn
Donnelley
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installing tile yourself, carefully plan your floor pattern to see where your joints lie and where cuts can be made. By planning out in advance and weighing the
the costs of labor and materials, you can come up with a plan that elevates your style and fits your budget and your space. Have fun, be creative with
“soffit & ceiling tile” — siobhanandrews
Michael Matrka, Inc
13 Reviews
New Albany
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8. Plan how to deal with waste. Demolition waste piles up fast, so you have to plan how you are going to dispose of cardboard, paper and metal. Old drywall
attached to it. Find out in advance where you can dispose of what so you can plan your trips to the landfill properly.More: How to Install a Tile Backsplash
“Shower door” — ceced1
Alexandre Parent
Ecologia Montreal
Ideabooks4,084
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Post and beam redo - planning client renovations and our own!
from the bed, but the soaking tub and vanity are part of the room's open plan. To protect the wood floors, the couples uses a bath mat and keeps splashes
toilet from the bed, but the bath and basin unit are part of the room’s open plan. To protect the wood floors, the couples uses a bath mat and keeps splashes
“???” — mmscarborough
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