Ah the dream bathroom. What are my two most wanted rooms in the house? Bathroom and Kitchen. We have already talked about my kitchen but let’s now talk about our bathroom.
We have a small – not the smallest – bathroom. Our previous home had the smallest bathroom ever – probably even smaller than the bathroom in our camper. So when we bought this house 15 years ago our bathroom seemed quite spacious. After all two people could physically stand in there together so to us that was huge. It didn’t take long to realize that it was not much larger than the other bathroom. Having kids brought that to the forefront quickly.
So about 13 years ago we added on to our house and have a “new” floor. I couldn’t wait because I wanted a bathroom that was larger and perfect. But then the contractor made the bathroom and one of the bedrooms much smaller than they were supposed to be. And if that wasn’t bad enough – he made many other catastrophic mistakes then took off with all our money with an unfinished product. Yup – that really happened. My husband and I both have post graduate degrees and we couldn’t figure out that this was going to happen. We never saw it coming. We thought we did our due diligence – and still we ended up in litigation with a house that had a full addition unfinished and unusable. It took us another two years to finish and make it usable. The bathroom is the room that suffered the most. You would never know about the circumstances looking at the rest of the addition. We have made it into a home. But the bathroom? Well, it is usable but not pretty and not spacious.
What would I love in a bathroom? More light – much more light. A shower and a tub are a must. Two sinks! More storage than one drawer! I want to be able to take five normal sized steps and not hit a wall. I would love a faucet that allows more than a two year old’s hands to fit under the spout. Lastly – a nice large mirror. I don’t need a heated floor; I don’t need a hot tub; I don’t need a huge shower – though a huge tub would be nice!
With Sears Home Services I will be able to make some improvements at least to the newer bathroom to allow for greater comfort and modernization. Right now you can save $500 on Bathroom remodels of $1,500 or more. Offer expires 11/30/2016. Not valid on prior sales or in combination with any other offer. More information about the offer HERE.
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