Updating tub faucets
Give your bath a designer touch with matching accessories.
Here, the medicine cabinet's silvery frame is echoed by the decorative metal outlet covers.
Brush the page backs with wallpaper paste and adhere to the wall. Zinsser Sure Grip Kitchen and Bath Wallcovering Adhesive, about per gallon, and Minwax Satin Polycrylic Protective Finish, about per quart; When space doesn't allow for a traditional hinged door, install a sliding one.
This salvaged schoolhouse door glides on a wall-mount track patterned after barn-door hardware.
Refresh a vintage tiled floor, such as this unglazed Art Deco–era yellow-and-black porcelain mosaic, with an eco- and homeowner-friendly acid etcher that removes ground-in dirt from the surface and grout lines.
Green Envy Muriatic Acid Replacement, about per gallon; Create a striking monochromatic effect by painting walls to match your floors, as was done in this sunny space.
Here, a windowsill does double duty as a landing spot for toiletries and a mirror.
Similar to shown: Allen Roth Colonial White Faux Wood Shutters starting at about per pair; Make an all-white bath with lofty ceilings like this one feel cozy by painting a soothing color under a chair rail.Similar to shown: Fypon Florentine 16-inch medallion, about .50; Petite Claire Chandelier, about 9; Install louvered interior shutters to provide privacy and direct streams of sunlight for subtle illumination.Similar to shown: Kohler 20-inch Recessed Medicine Cabinet, about 8, and Betsy Fields Design Brushed Satin Pewter standard wall plates, about each; An alternative to a stone slab, a tiled counter resists water but costs a lot less and is easy for DIYers to install.This terra-cotta top has white-painted wood edging to go with the vanity below.
Edge an existing mirror with mix-and-match glass tiles of the same size and thickness.