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Bathroom Remodeling Seattle WA

Local resource for bathroom remodeling in Seattle, WA. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to general contractors, home improvement stores, bathroom tile, and local plumbers, as well as advice and content on bathroom remodeling, bathroom accessories, and bathrooms.

House Doctors
(800) 947-2294
1420 NW Gilman Blvd
Issaquah, WA
 
Lease Crutcher Lewis
(206) 622-0500
107 Spring St.
Seattle, WA
 
Manson Construction Co.
(206) 762-0850
P.O. Box 24067
Seattle, WA
 
Obayashi Corporation
(206) 262-0665
2742 6th Place S
Seattle, WA
 
Eastlake Remodeling Incorporated
(206) 860-1161
2362 Minor Ave E
Seattle, WA
 
Clise Properties Inc.
(206) 623-7500
1700 7th Ave., Ste. 1800
Seattle, WA
 
Turner Construction Company
(206) 505-6600
830 4th Ave S,
Seattle, WA
 
Beft Kitchen Cabinet & Granite
(206) 382-7600
2456 1st Ave S
Seattle, WA
 
Sabey Construction, Inc.
(206) 281-4200
12201 Tukwila International Blvd.,
Seattle, WA
 
Skanska USA Building Inc.
(206) 726-8000
221 Yale Ave. N,
Seattle, WA
 

Updating a Bathroom on a Budget

by H. Iacobacci-Miller

Looking to update your bathroom décor but don't have a fortune? Try some of these simple and inexpensive design ideas for sprucing up any bathroom décor without breaking the bank.

Paint - Paint is one of the easiest ways to change the look of a room. Try faux finish techniques to add depth and detail to your walls. Give your cabinets a fresh coat of paint or strip and re-stain. A little arm muscle goes a long way on a short budget.

New Hardware - Try adding new hardware to spruce up your cabinets and vanity space. Incorporate matching towel bars, toilet paper holders and robe hooks even a new faucet.

Artwork - Hang new art on your walls. If you have a small bathroom space, try hanging an arrangement of smaller mirrors to create depthand interest.

Lighting - Think about updating your light fixtures above your vanityor incorporate accent lamps. Lamps aren't just for end tables and nightstands. They come in all sizes, shapes and styles and can be a good way to bring in extra texture and light into your bathroom.

Fabrics - Incorporate fabrics with detail and depth for drapes, valances and shower curtain. Combined with a display of lush towels , fabrics can help pull the room together and keep it from looking cold and sterile.

Accessories - changing out your accessories or re-arranging them can change the look of a bathroom with little or no cost. Add a few candles to give your bathroom space romantic lig...

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