Home renovation should be divided into two separate categories, want and needs. A general rule of thumb is approximately 15% of the total value of your house can be spent on a kitchen renovation (but that doesn’t mean you have to spend that much). With more-than-full-time work schedules and a house to sell, we’re turning the majority of this project over to a pro.
I kind of wanted to go with a crisp, clean, white for the bathroom and laundry areas, but I was talked out of it. While I still want to try that look somewhere in the house, I’m pretty pleased with how the Simple White turned out. I have used ‘White Knight’ tile paint over the top of outdated 80’s tiles and the results have been outstanding.
Many people start an RV renovation project rather haphazardly and end up either never really finishing it or finding out that there is more involved than they had planned. If your property is a weather board then a few coats of paint is a great idea or if it’s a Brick house then rendering your property can make a massive difference.
Lay your tiles on the floor first and then grout. RENOVATION TIP: Rather than re-tiling you can use Tile Paint to great effect. Make sure to have the ceilings painted when you update the walls as freshening one surface will make an old one look drab in comparison.
At the beginning of the project in 2010, the Library’s archival staff and collections had to completely vacate the Library building to make way for the renovation. We bought tile for the bathroom at the same time as we bought the backsplash tile for the kitchen.