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Remodelling your bathroom can give a fresh new look to your house and, because style is always changing, it is important to keep a modern look to one of the most important rooms in your house. You may want to change the format of your bathroom, or you may just want to modernise it with new furniture and colours. Either way you will need to plan your remodelling very carefully in order to get the best results and create an efficient bathroom environment. It is not always that easy to reformat a bathroom, this is because of the numerous different plumbing elements which are involved in the bathroom, the main issue comes when you try and switch the toilet sink or bath/shower around which can be very troublesome indeed.
Before you dive right in and start buying new furniture and appliances for your bathroom, you need to plan out very carefully how you want your bathroom to look. Try to create a consistent style throughout the bathroom which will not age too quickly over time. The best way to do this is to spend more money on things like the sink and the bath in order to have a hard wearing yet stylish bathroom for years to come.
You may want to have something extremely modern and contemporary, but this is not for everyone and largely depends on the style of the rest of your house. Sometimes a vintage and lavish bathroom can add a true sense of luxury to your house, however if your house is very new and does not fit this theme then it may look out of place. Try to pick fairly neutral colours which give a sense of class to your bathroom but are not entirely boring.
There is some fantastic furniture out there for bathrooms which can really make it stand out, however many people do not realise this and simply go for the standard plain white sink and bath/shower. Talking to a bathroom specialist may help you better understand the best way to build a functioning yet stylish bathroom. In fact it may be worth your time and money to hire a bathroom designer who can create something truly special for your house.
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These versatile barriers come in a bewildering variety of shapes, sizes and materials, but can be classified generally as accordion, bifold or sliding bypass doors. The accordion and bifold types make handier room dividers than the more cumbersome sliding bypass doors, which are usually used as closet closures, but all three types can be adapted to serve as room partitions.
The accordion door looks like the bellows of an accordion and is usually made of pleated fabric or vinyl stretched over a light metal or plastic skeleton. Closing the door stretches out the pleats into a substantial-looking partition; when the door is opened, the pleats fold compactly to one side. Accordion doors, which are hung on rollers from a single overhead track and attached at one side to a wall, are the easiest of the three types of track-mounted doors to install and once in place require little or no adjustment.
Bifold doors consist of wood, plastic or metal panels up to about 2 feet wide hinged together lengthwise, usually in pairs. Pairs of panels can be linked together to form one continuous surface. A bifold door consisting of one or more pairs can be mounted at one side of an opening and closed by pulling it all the way across, or the doors can be installed at each side of an opening and pulled together in the middle. An overhead track guides the bifold door but the weight of the door rests on a pivot that is attached to the floor on the wall side. A pivot at the top of the door holds the assembly upright.
Sliding bypass doors usually consist of two large wooden panels, each hung by wheels from an overhead track. The panels overlap by about an inch and when closed are kept vertically aligned by a small floor-mounted guide. All overhead tracks - whether they support or merely guide a door - sustain considerable stress when the doors are in use and should be attached to a level, structurally supported surface.
Occasionally a track can be fastened directly to the ceiling. But since folding or sliding doors more than 6 feet 8 inches high are seldom readily available and since most ceilings are 8 feet high, installing such doors usually involves attaching the track for the door to a header suspended from the joists, the structural beams that support the ceiling and the floor above.
The location of the joists helps to determine the position of the door. After locating the joists and marking the proposed position of the door, carefully calculate the vertical space needed for the door and its track. Design and construct a header suitable for the type of ceiling involved to fit in the space between the track and the ceiling.
To calculate the height of header to be suspended from a permanently attached ceiling, measure from floor to ceiling at several points along the proposed line of the door. Subtract from the shortest of these measurements (thus allowing for any unevenness in floor or ceiling) the height of the door and its track plus the thickness of the wallboard or other covering to be applied to the bottom of the header. The result is the height of the header frame; its length is the distance from wall to wall. Attach the header to the ceiling joists, fasten the track to the header and mount the door in its track.
For a door that is hung directly from the ceiling, locate the joists and attach the track directly to them through the ceiling material.
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