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Main Bathroom Update, Our 1970s bathroom was updated by removing the wallpaper texturing and painting the walls refurbishing the cabinets adding a frame to the large mirror and making a shower curtain to add color.  , Bathrooms Design
A Little Jem of a Bath, Inpired from years of watching HGTV. 1st time we've ever taken on a project llike this and on a very tight budget. We refaced with cherry wood custom-made natural birch boxes and open shelving for personal things. Paint is Berh's Plum Frost and Swiss coffee. We arched ceiling in shower for a sophisticated look. Only things that are original are cabinet facing and insides toilet counter top and rug. Grand little bath for less than $1400, Bathrooms Design
Tiny Bathroom, With my whole house being only 950 sq. feet this really is a tiny bathroom. As I've found out there are wallpaper haters out there! Well I like my wallpaper! I did the best I could for a small space and I really think the copper sink adds to the overall room. , Bathrooms Design
Once closet, now master bath!, Bathrooms Design
Dated bath. Please help!!, We are hoping to place our condo on the market soon.  My fiance and I are at odd over what to do with the bathroom.  He wants to leave it.  I would like to update and get rid of the yellow.  Budget and time is an issue.  I love everyone's space.  i know this is the group to turn to.  Any suggestions would be appreciated., Bathrooms Design
Zen bath, This remodeled master bath was designed so that the shower and the tub are in a wet area.  The tile stripes gradually get narrower as the go toward the ceiling and the etched stripes in the shower glass line up with the tiles.  The tub is filled by a spout in the ceiling., Bathrooms Design