Clean and Classic: After

Who: Jeffrey F.
Where: Washington, DC

The bathroom is basically a better version of itself. It's small, but we tried not to skimp too much. We saved money by using the bathroom's existing footprint (no relocated plumbing for us). We researched every element of the bathroom, which also saved time and money. And while the payback didn't come until after the remodel, we replaced the WWII-era newspaper in the bathroom walls with insulation. The radiant floor heating is a great touch. We also love our medicine cabinet, which has recessed lighting and a double plug in the interior of the cabinet.

Who did the work: A contractor did all of the work
Cost: $10,000 to $25,000
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