You know what we are all very good at? Making do. We put up with all sorts of minor annoyances every single day. Unwanted sights, sounds, and smells interrupt our flow, and yet we carry on. How do we do this? We tune them out. We don't even notice them. Until we do.
It's like that when we wake up one morning, walk into the bathroom to get ready for the day, and stop. We stop and make a mental note: Fix. Soon.
It's that wake up moment that keeps Gilday Renovations in business. Our designers thrive on helping you banish the bland from every day life and filling in the gray with grace. (before photo of bathroom)
We could be talking about the mental health benefits of meditation or visualization. But in fact, we are talking about bath remodeling.
There is a connection. When we take on a home remodeling project, particularly if it involves a kitchen or bathroom, we are often facing up to a part of our daily life that just isn't working for us any more. It is one of those nuisances that we have to dodge and recover from every time we encounter them. In the case of kitchen and baths, that would be several times a day. It's a drain.
So maybe you decide that at least when you start your day, you'd like to start without having to avoid, dodge, tune out something that bugs you. You decide to fix it. Maybe you decide to do more than fix it. Maybe you decide to make it your bath rather than settle for someone else's bath, one that happened to come with the house when you bought it.
Now that's something nice to wake up to each morning and something to feel good about just before turning out the lights at night.
(after photo of the same bathroom)