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updated bath, Updated a late 60's bath for under $1000.00. New pain $40.00 formica counter top $60.00 Hardware $150.00 Italian tile $250.00 sink $10.00( craigslist) faucet clerance $50.00 wains cating/moldings $120.00. All the work was done by myself with help of DIY shows books websites and wife. Still a work in progress so constructive critisism is welcome. Thanks  , Bathrooms Design
Mast Bath, classic master bath, Bathrooms Design
refreshing new bathroom, we took a typical 80's bathroom and gave it a whole new look., Bathrooms Design
Door to Powder Your Nose, This is my very small powder bathroom that I took inspiration from the 3 photos.  The wall color is the color in one photo and then the mirror has an old door knob.  I would love to find a new sink/cabinet for this room but the space is so narrow the standard sink won't fit. I've been looking though!, Bathrooms Design
From drab to fab!, Here is the update on my full bath.  The pink carpet (yes carpet yes pink) that ran through the rest of the house was in here too.  New floor updated the vanity and added beadboard light fixture and some color!   Be sure to check out the before picture!, Bathrooms Design
Master Bathroom, This is my first home and being a single girl in her 20s I can't afford to buy new cabinets or tile.. so I re-stained the cabinets painted the walls a light taupe and used aqua blue as accents to help tie in the aqua blue tile in the shower.  I also installed new light/sink fixtures cabinet hardware and mirrors., Bathrooms Design

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