As you may know, in recent years, I bought an old, existing home originally built in 1958. It’s nothing fancy and not all that updated in the main areas, such as the bathrooms and kitchen, so I’ve been working on modernizing things little by little. One bathroom was so run down that we shut the door and didn’t use it after purchase.
But all this changed recently when HouseLogic, a resource by the National Association of Realtors, agreed to partner with me and Jetson Green to renovate a bathroom.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be blogging about his water-saving bathroom remodel on HouseLogic, which is sponsoring the project. Drop by and comment on the first post to be entered to win a $100 gift card.
So you know, my goal isn’t to tear everything down. I’ll maintain the original tile and tub but the bathroom will be more energy and water-efficient — and it will look completely different. You can catch the entire process in a four-part blog series at HouseLogic. I’ll publish a reminder article here every week to let you know as updates hit the site at HouseLogic.
Disclosure: this water-saving bath remodel has been paid for in part by HouseLogic; however, all opinions are my own and all products have been selected on my own.