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9 file(s) - Uploaded by: Mykeez
Created: Apr 23, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 35
March 2013 we decided to hire out the last big remodel, upstairs "jack & Jill" bath. With one toilet, a second sink area neither used, and three pocket doors breaking up the space, we needed a better bath. We got 2 full modern baths with one as off master suite.
12 file(s) - Uploaded by: Niomi
Created: Apr 30, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 32
This is a newly constructed master bathroom. I went with a vintage feel using hexagon tiles on shower floor and adding a claw foot tub. Dark beadboard cabinetry, glass knobs and carrara marble counters. I was inspired by a recent stay at Watch Hill's newly rebuilt Oceanhouse Hotel in Rhode Island.
Wall paint color is Benjamin Moore Beach Glass.
10 file(s) - Uploaded by: OPKC
Created: Apr 21, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 596
Everything original 1959 pink bath with pink tub, sink, toilet, pink tile floor, pink tile countertop, and giant window right inside the shower. This bath had one light fixture over the sink, and one over the tub area. Although this hall bath had been well maintained, it needed to be freshened up on a tight budget.
Researched reglazing for the tub, and walls. Replaced the tile floor, vanity, sink, and toilet. Added 4 recessed lights, 2 wall sconces on dimmers. Raised the shower head up by 11 inches and added sprayer.
Now, this bath has all the bells and whistles of a high end bath, and our total spent was right about $1,400.
8 file(s) - Uploaded by: mwoodbath
Created: Jan 19, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 85
This is the master bathroom in our home built in 1899. We just completed this massive renovation which included closing off a wall, moving plumbing and having a custom vanity installed.
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: MissCellany
Created: Mar 20, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 73
I renovated this bathroom on a $2,400 budget. It was a typical builder grade bathroom with inexpensive fixtures. I purchased new drop-in sinks and oil-rubbed bronze faucets, and used oak flooring for the countertop. I painted the existing vanity, had hidden electrical outlets installed inside (because I dislike cords, designed a ceiling-to-floor jewelry cabinet (behind the door and between-the-studs, and used outdoor wainscoting for the tub decking and backsplash. I purchased the Victorian shutters, and antique swing-away drapery rods, mirror, and light fixtures at flea markets. My make-up is hidden in an antique candy box, and my toiletries are hidden inside an antique glove holder.