How Do I Keep Bathroom Remodeling Costs Down? : Bathroom Remodeling

By | February 12, 2018

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Remodeling your bathroom can take up not only a lot of time, but a lot of your hard-earned money as well. Keep bathroom remodeling costs down with help from a registered interior designer in this free video clip.

Expert: Alan Hilsabeck
Contact: www.hilsabeckdesignassociates.com/
Bio: Alan Hilsabeck is a Registered Interior Designer (RID) in the State of Texas, is NCIDQ Certified, and is a CMKBD (Certified Master Kitchen and Bath Designer) with over 20 years of experience.
Filmmaker: Alan Hilsabeck

Series Description: They say that every journey begins with a single step – the same is true for remodeling projects, which begin with a single plan. Learn about project plans and tackle your projects in the right ways with help from a registered interior designer in this free video series.

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Genevieve Gorder has ideas for ways to escape the tiny footprint of a small bathroom. Her advice? Think vertical. Genevieve sets the bar high, literally, by placing shower curtain rods, towel rods and other furnishings higher than usual to create the illusion of a bigger bathroom. She also offers up suggestions to evoke the feeling of a spa-like setting with plants, scents and luxe accessories. Watch this episode to learn more!

20 thoughts on “How Do I Keep Bathroom Remodeling Costs Down? : Bathroom Remodeling

  1. marty martyn

    I did away with the shadow& space taken up from a regular door. I installed a single sliding closet door (one with with glazed panels) in its place, on the outside of the room. (I guess you could use a pocket door?)…But, this paneled door provides more light,yet privacy. So I get more space& light this way ….

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  2. Phyllis Arringtion

    all that time made the room look dark and small. I'm just sayin.

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  3. A 1

    Lifes a bit sad if you need to concentrate on what the shower and bathroom looks like.

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  4. Just Me

    HOLY COW GENEVIEVE IS STILL AROUND!!!Β  She was the original Joanna Gaines before there was a Joanna Gaines!!!

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  5. Kellie Westley

    What about the main half bath down stairs. It's the only bath. Guest use it, I use it I don't let my Husband use it.

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  6. Josh Davis

    Thank you darling for this video! It will definitely help me with my small bathroom of 3 feet by 6 feet!

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  7. pinkfreud62

    My bathroom is very small, but I don't care. I don't spend my time there – just get clean & ready.

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  8. Rachel B

    Love the suggestions, but I wouldn't in any way consider the bathroom that was shown to be small.

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  9. Catherine3385

    Nice ideas
    But get rid of that horrid thing around your neck
    It's like, I'm in a short sleeve belly shirt but my neck is in the middle of a snow storm!

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  10. Budget Nest

    Great tips for a small bathroom. My bathroom is very small. This week I just bought a Yucca, and I think it looks beautiful, and I feel like it brings freshness and better ventilation to the bathroom especially since it has no windows. I'll do a video soon on it to share! You truly inspired me!

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