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Results found for "Updated shower"

  • Coastal Cottage Bathroom, www.BizBudgetDesigns.com, Bathrooms Design

    Coastal Cottage Bathr...

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  • Updated Shower, Took out Blue Shower and Toilet that was here since the house was built in 1976. Replaced floor and toilet ourselves. Had Bathfitters to do the shower. One guy tore it out and put in the new one in 7 hours with NO mess., Bathrooms Design

    Updated Shower

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  • Simple Pleasure, My bathroom was tiny and the space was not very attractive or functional.  There was empty space behind the wall in back of the toilet so we used that space to install custom cabinets.  We splurged on some must haves and accessorized with great bargain items.  The pictures on the wall were photos which I put into frames that I had stored  away for years and the accent tiles in the shower area were a bargain at the tile store.  To keep it cohesive I went with a square theme from the ceiling tile design to the knobs on the cabinets and stuck to all matching fixtures in an antique bronze finish.  My favorite splurge was the countertop which I fell in love with because of it's unique quality and design. My son did all of the work, so of course it makes my little spa-like retreat even more appreciated.  It is still small but at least the space I do have is being used more efficiently and everything can be neatly put away.  It is truly my Simple Little Pleasure.
, Bathrooms Design

    Simple Pleasure

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  • ugly bathroom, this bathroom needs a total overhaul.from the sink to the shower it lacks appeal.everything is....GREEN.the toilet,the sink,the shower...green.hardly any lighting so its really dark.need some natural light in there somehow.it just needs to be updated., Bathrooms Design

    ugly bathroom

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  • Gardenview Bathroom...recently updated!, Gardenview Bathroom part of a three room suite.  Remodeled early 1900's home completed 2 years ago.  , Bathrooms Design

    Gardenview Bathroom....

    4 photos, 70,472 Views, Flag

  • Private Getaway - updated, advice taken, Odd thing to call a bathroom - but that is exactly what it is. This is the first of many must do projects. This bathroom dated back to 1981. Tiny shower oh and the shower was paneled in oak. You don't want to see what happens to oak after 25 years of showering. Hubby put in the oversized shower. Tiled almost everything. The freestanding basin stand was designed by us and made by hubby. , Bathrooms Design

    Private Getaway - upd...

    6 photos, 1,786 Views, Flag

  • Outdated bathroom ready to be updated!, This is a small bathroom. The color is too dark. The tiles are extremely outdated. The wallpaper does not look good in the bathroom. The sink is surrounded by wood which we do not like. It is not very welcoming. , Bathrooms Design

    Outdated bathroom rea...

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  • Matt's Mocha Makeover, This is a guest bathroom redo that was done for UNDER $1000.00. It was a 50's style bathroom that was never updated. Redo includes painted tile on vanity and shower, added feature wall in shower, seperated toilet from vanity with fabric, faux beams on ceiling, unique mirror and light fixture, new accents and new tile on floor with a personal design created by me!
UPDATE: WOW thanks for the response. It IS greatly appreciated!!! To answer some questions, I'm not sure what the wall color was called but its BEHR paint from Home Depot....I'll check and post later, as for water damage to the mirror in the shower, I simply sealed it with the same sealer I used on my deck. Everyone can find great deals if you just look for them and have some imagination. Clearance sections and discount stores like Home Goods, Ross, Marshals, etc. can be your best friend when decorating on a budget. Again I really appreciate all the response., Bathrooms Design

    Matt's Mocha Makeove...

    10 photos, 7,955 Views, Flag

  • Updated fun space, I remodeled my garage and small yard.  Here are some photos.  What do you think?, Home Exterior Design

    Updated fun space

    5 photos, 970 Views, Flag

  • Before and After bathroom:  Making Lemonade from lemons, As much as I hated the downstairs bath I needed more time to accrue the funds and do the renovation.   But when a pipe burst and did significant damage to the bath and surrounding areas, my plans escalated.  Headache that it was, I love the results.  I hope you do too., Bathrooms Design

    Before and After bathr...

    3 photos, 14,059 Views, Flag

  • We don't take baths...but we shower!, We moved in to a contractor grade house with very few upgrades...we did all the work ourselves and saved lots of money for our next upgrade.  Here is the before and after of this drab master bathroom. Removing the tub allowed us to create a spacious shower. , Bathrooms Design

    We don't take baths......

    8 photos, 1,684 Views, Flag

  • Master Bathroom, 10 week renovation of our Masterbath., Bathrooms Design

    Master Bathroom

    10 photos, 1,359 Views, Flag

  • Serene Scene Bath, A 20 year old small bathroom gets an updated look. Small space transformed into a serene scene with a great custom walk-in shower and a spa feel., Bathrooms Design

    Serene Scene Bath

    9 photos, 1,867 Views, Flag

  • Blah! Master Bedroom/Bath - Let's Go French Country Comfy!, Master Bedroom: 11' x 15 1/2'
Bay Window Area: 9' x 2 1/2'
Doube Sink Area: 6' 11" x 5 1/2'
Shower & Toilet Area: 3' x 11 1/2', Bedrooms Design

    Blah! Master Bedroom...

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  • Our Dream Master Bath-UPDATED PHOTOS, Our master bath was 17 years old with no style.  Now its full of warmth and luxury.  The new shower and Jason air jet tub with the 10x14 tiles and beautiful glass and mosiac accents make our bath cozie and warm. We were unable to remove the fir down so we included it in the shower/tub design  and it adds to the overall beauty of the room. Removing 1/2 the wall created more open space and allow you to see the back wall.  And the granite just ties it all together.  The molding around the window, baseboard and wall niche are painted to match the walls.  The vanity light and handtowel holder was painted satin black to bring out the black in the granite and vessel sinks.  Shower enclosure not in yet.  "Thanks" to my contractor who provided expertise and guidance to make our master bath everything we wanted!  Now I need help making our master bedroom as wonderful as the bathroom., Bathrooms Design

    Our Dream Master Bat...

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  • Goodbye 70's, hello timeless!, I converted this space from the 70s to today!  We have an old colonal home, but I wanted something modern, yet timeless that feels clean & fresh.  I just need help with the finishing touches!  Suggestions welcome and I added the dimensions I have to work with.  My idea came from a Pottery Barn magazine which I tried to duplicate within my budget and the much smaller space.

I also posted the before pictures at the end.  Enjoy & thanks for looking!

P.S.  I had Habitat for Humanity do the demo and haul everything away for $150., Bathrooms Design

    Goodbye 70's, hello ti...

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  • Updated luxurious bungalow bath, My 1920 house has one bath, small and utilitarian. I knew when I bought the house six years ago it had to be renovated. I wanted to retain the integrity of the bungalow style, but add modern and "green" elements, including the luxury of a hydro-electric tub, with a low-flow shower head and toilet, CFBs for lighting. I couldn't make the space bigger, so I concentrated on creating the best wow factor I could create. I added travertine tile, bought on sale, for the tub surround, made my own tryptic ceraminc loon tile (I live in Minnesota) and had it inset as a feature in the classic subway tile, and took the tile all the way to the ceiling. I splurged on Epro handmade tile in an Arts & Crafts matt green which flows around the bath, tying it all together. I used brush nickel fixtures--for a timeless look which won't go out of style. To add space for towels, I picked a double bar towel rack.  I had six years to pour over books on bungalow design, during which I carefully noted design tips on HGTV and DIY, providing more than sufficient time to make design decisions. Working on a tight budget, the I searched carefully for affordable fixtures, including a  pick up an interesting light fixture at a good price, and  reasonably priced craftsman style medicine cabinet (note that the contractor installed it upside down, but that will be an easy fix!) I was also able to save money by repairing the original hexagonal tile floor and keeping the pedestal sink. The whole rennovation cost less than $9,000. My contractor ripped everything out of the old bath down to the studs, and built me a whole new bath, based on my design, in exactly two weeks., Bathrooms Design

    Updated luxurious bung...

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  • This Young House's Full Bath, When we bought this house the bathroom's vintage basketweave tile was hidden under a nasty wall to wall rug. In a bathroom!!!!! Gross right? But we whipped it into shape by removing the rug adding some paint and some simple accessories., Bathrooms Design

    This Young House's Fu...

    4 photos, 1,434 Views, Flag

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