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Results found for "hiding water heater"

  • Basement Wine Cellar, We are planning to use our basement for a home photography studio. There is a section off to the side that has been framed but not walled off yet. We would like to use this space to make a wine cellar., Garages Design

    Basement Wine Cellar

    4 photos, 1,366 Views, Flag

  • Home Improvement Projects from Hell 4, Please see the previous correlating 3 posts. , Other Spaces Design

    Home Improvement Pro...

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  • My Amazing Master Bath / Dressing Room Reno, I designed and general contracted my upscale master bath / dressing room (12'x16') remodel in a 30 yr old contemporary home. I spent almost 2 years designing and planning it – I bought EVERYTHING online, including a metric ton of porcelain tile (FastFloors.com), and saved $$$$. I did all of the demolition myself. We also replaced the outside walls’ old insulation with new, higher rated insulation and insulated the interior walls and ceiling for sound proofing.

The only thing I didn't move was the toilet (Toto). The old bath had a double vanity and the standard 5' tub with a shower head. Now we have a 60"x42' jetted tub (SaniJet) and a separate 42"x42" shower. Accessibility for my tall husband who uses a wheelchair drove a lot of the design: wall hung double sinks (Sonia P05), pivoting mirrors (Motiv), a vanity (Ikea) on wheels, grab bars, and the shower has custom fold-down teak bench (teakworks4u.com) and an exposed shower pipe (Hansgrohe) that combines both a 10" rain shower head and a hand shower. We also replaced the room’s hard-to-open pocket door with a "barn door" style sliding door with a large, easy to grab handle. I also added a heated towel rack which is a wonderful treat in the morning after a shower.

The 3 old clothes closets had a lot of unusable space. We installed built-in wardrobes (Ikea) customized with drawers, pants and shoe racks, and a corner unit so all of the space is now usable giving us twice as much usable clothes and storage space. The old space also had a closet for the electric hot water tank. We replaced it with a gas tankless water heater (Noritz) that's "hidden" in one of the wardrobe cabinets. Having it so close to the sinks and shower gives us almost instant hot water plus the water tastes a lot better. 

The tiles (Pietra by Casa Dulce Casa) are 24"x24" with a contrasting strip of 4"x24". Even though I was buy it online (at 30% of list), I only considered the tile that was available locally so I could see the actual tile and colors before buying it. The shower, tub cabinet, sinks, and wall alcoves were designed to align with the tile. Since I knew that the tile layout and installation was critical to overall design of the room, I made sure that I hired an experienced artisan who understood the design and could install the tile to my specs. My tiler said it was different from anything he had ever done before but he did an incredible job!

I was also incredibly fortunate to find an excellent contractor through AngiesList. He helped me get expert subs - including my tiler. Watching them all work was like having HGTV live in bathroom. The project was a little more complicated than a standard master bath renovation as we also had gas lines run for the water heater and also up to our kitchen where we switched from an electric to new a dual-fuel range (GE Café). (We also had new plumbing run up to the kitchen and added a pot filler faucet over the range.) It took 3 months once the framers started. 

Attention to detail in both the design and construction meant no rework or added expenses. I hope you love it and much as we do. - Amy, Bathrooms Design

    My Amazing Master B...

    10 photos, 1,293 Views, Flag

  • Green glass tile mosaic guest bath!, guest bathroom that is long and narrow and connects our guest bedroom with our library.soft green paint white bead board  polished nickel trimmed hardware and faucets.  , Bathrooms Design

    Green glass tile mosai...

    15 photos, 3,039 Views, Flag

  • Hall Bathroom, Hall Bathroom renovation started in (2008), Bathrooms Design

    Hall Bathroom

    11 photos, 455 Views, Flag

  • TNG Tiki Bar,                    This is a detached, enclosed, insulated TIKI Bar - aprox the size of a one car garage.  We custom built it, adding things and making changes throughout the past few years.  The exterior siding, windows, shutters and shingles match the main house.  Full working bar, with running water/sink, heater, a/c unit, keg/tap set up, fridge and ice maker.  Custom murals line three walls and cut bamboo lines the back wall behind the three lit liquor shelves.  Four adjustable swings serve as seats at the bar.  They can be moved out of the way if bar is crowded.  Ceiling and bar front is covered in cedar shake shingles.  Tongue in groove lacquered bar top - with hooks underneath to hold purses -, ceiling fan, smoke machine -smoke pours out of nose of main TIKI God mural and in a PVC pipe at base of the floorboard -, club lights and electrical set up to run music, via ipad, through speaker system.  Oversized bulletin board contains photos of visitors.  Flat Screen HD tv on adjustable wall mount. Full sized Mrs. PacMan Arcade Game.  Optional camera feed, in interior of the bar, should a party choose to be recorded.  Planked floor so that hose - located behind bar - can be used to clean up any spills.  Created, from the floor up, by husband and wife team and a core group of family and friends.  Mural and custom TNG sign were done by artists., Media Rooms Design

    TNG Tiki Bar

    32 photos, 971 Views, Flag

  • Casual Condo Living Room, When renting a codo there are significant design challenges that homeowners won't face. There are certain permanent aspects that cannot be changed so a creative approach is needed to work around undesirable features, like this ugly, dated wall heater and a large boxy floor plan. , Living Rooms Design

    Casual Condo Living R...

    4 photos, 840 Views, Flag

  • Rear of House, I had to completely remodel the rear addition to the house as the roof was leaking around the chimney.  Also the windows were old and in poor shape.  They didn't open so the room was very hot in the summer and freezing in the winter!, Home Exterior Design

    Rear of House

    6 photos, 524 Views, Flag

  • Garage, Our Garage has no back end to it; therefore, anybody can enter our garage easily. Our washer and dryer and extremly old hook-ups and will need to be replaced. After a home inspection the inspector told me the water heater is out of code. It needs to be raised 18" off the ground. The wood is infested with termites and there are holes in the walls. We have a vision of a home gym with mirrors on all the walls. The garage is very small and I would love to extend it a couple of feet out., Garages Design

    Garage

    2 photos, 168 Views, Flag

  • Multi-purpose Basement Master Bath, This room is the master bath, laundry room, and water heater cloest, all rolled into one tiny space. Things are placed in strange places, the floor is not flat, the shower and toilet are practically on top of each other, there is horrible ventilation, outdated and ugly fixtures, and nothing goes together. There is also absolutley no storage even though this is the only utility place in the house. I have absolutely NO idea how to fix this room up. Especially for real cheap. Sorry for all the pictures, it is just so tight in here I couldn't get any good pictures . . ., Bathrooms Design

    Multi-purpose Baseme...

    11 photos, 173 Views, Flag

  • Energy Savings Basics, These are the small things that we have changed, that have made a huge difference in our power bill.  I am in Florida, it has been a very hot summer this year, and our power bill was $120 this month, Remembering that they charge you like $20 just for being a customer. My pictures are not in the right order. there are 16 of them.

Our home is like around 1800 square feet.  $120 this month, It has been a hot July this year.

amps X volts = watts, Other Spaces Design

    Energy Savings Basics

    22 photos, 112 Views, Flag

  • cabin, rental cabin, complete do it yourself job even made the wood to use onceiling and walls with portable sawmill, homemade curtains and bunks, plumbing electric all learned from hgtv, tiled the shower and grouted myself. Self Installed underground power and water lines. , Other Spaces Design

    cabin

    38 photos, 533 Views, Flag

  • my kitchen is a closet, I just bought a house and the kitchen has 3 different types of cabinets, big hole in the wall for the water heater, parts of the ceiling are missing and the washer lives there too. carpet was put in and cut around the old stove., Kitchens Design

    my kitchen is a closet

    7 photos, 97 Views, Flag

  • Dark hole in progress, This bedroom was an add on and poorly built.  It's cold and dark and I'm trying to make it more liveable., Bedrooms Design

    Dark hole in progress

    5 photos, 97 Views, Flag

  • The Granny Kitchen, This kitchen is orginal to my 100 year old home.  , Kitchens Design

    The Granny Kitchen

    3 photos, 269 Views, Flag

  • My basement, Lower level of a bi-level home. Consists of a laundry, bath, den, family, and storage rooms. Out dated and old. Wood paneling in all but the bathroom - YUCK, Basements Design

    My basement

    10 photos, 339 Views, Flag

  • Old Photography Studio Loft, Old Photographers Studio that is self contained unit above a store front and across the street from City Halls Building with great views. The floors are sloped but I love the aged look of the unit.  I am looking into getting a price to fix the skylight that has a leak. The room is 25x16 or more.  I decided to paint it blue but think a soft green might be better.  Maybe even try an exotic color that is not too dark, even though the room is bright enough to handle color.  I want the room to feel cozy and zen like.  I just added a sectional and am still in the middle of my move and hope to update the pictures as TRY to improve the space.   Well, that is it for now....Any tips will be greatly appreciated.  Dont mind the mess...., Living Rooms Design

    Old Photography Studi...

    9 photos, 662 Views, Flag

  • Rate my Dungeon, A basement that used to be used for entertaining a lot and trying to regain that use of the space., Basements Design

    Rate my Dungeon

    10 photos, 242 Views, Flag

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