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  • Small Bath Oasis Transformation, Our "basic builder" bathroom previously consisted of a 5x8 space with your basic, boring white vanity, white tub, and white cheap-o tile, and boring wall paper.  We were inspired by several of the bathrooms we saw on this website plus many HGTV shows that gave us the inspiration we needed.  We wanted a contemporary spa feel with modern amenities.  Although our space is small we took advantage of the high 9' ceiling by running the tile all the way to the ceiling and installing 4" recessed lighting.  This really draws your eye up!  We used 18x18 tiles on the wall, 6x6 on the shower floor, and a great 1" tile around the vanity and toilet.  It's actually a mix of glass tile and slate.  The vanity, sink, and faucet were purchased on-line and the mirror was cut locally to fit the exact space.

We are thrilled at the transformation and can't believe how much bigger our 5x8 space now appears!

ADDED INFO-- Thank you all for the kind comments, we are amazed at the feedback!  Thank You!  Several questions have been asked about the cost and materials, so here's the info....

COST-- We loved the comment about estimating the cost at $40,000.  Actually, it cost $8,000 for everything.  

DESIGNER-- Someone asked if we hired a professional designer.  Nope.  We are addicted to HGTV and picked up lots of tips and ideas from the show (esp. Candice, Vern, Angelo and David Bromstad) and this website.  We purchased all of the materials ourselves.  We did some of the work ourselves and hired a great contractor for the tough stuff.

FAUCET-- Purchased at ExpressDecor.com for $139

VANITY-- It's a Decolav vanity (5510-ES) that includes the sink.  EveryVesselSink.com for $900

TILE-- All purchased at Expo (Isn't it a shame that they are all closing!).  1x1 Glass Tile/Slate were the most expensive of all of the materials!  $32/sf.  From Oceanside Glass Tile (glasstile.com) it's Geologie High Desert.  The 18x18 shower wall tile is from Daltile (5202 Golddust) @ $2/sf.  The 6x6 shower floor tile is CTI Tile (Rex Shabui, Charcoal Black).

MIRROR- cut locally and custom frame from Aaron Brothers.

PAINT--  Sherwin-Williams (SW6078 Realist Beige).

Thanks again for all of the kind remarks!  If we can do it-- so can you!, Bathrooms Design

    Small Bath Oasis Tra...

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  • Sophomore Year Retreat, My cousin Kelsy and I (Shauna) are roommates for our sophomore year at Messiah College.  So we created a room that coordinates our existing bedspreads.  We wanted to make a place for ourselves that felt more like a home than a dorm.  We were hoping for it to have a warm cozy feel but still incorporate color and some fun touches.  :), Dorm Rooms Design

    Sophomore Year Retre...

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  • Bathroom Metamorphosis, Doubled size of outdated cramped guest bathroom in 1920's Spanish Revival, Bathrooms Design

    Bathroom Metamorphos...

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  • Princess Posh Nursery!, My wife and I worked for about 3 months painting and installing the wainscoting for our little girl's nursery.  We decided to go for a very pink, posh, and Parisian themed room.  We are very excited for our little princess to arrive in July so she can love the room as much as we do!, Nurseries Design

    Princess Posh Nursery...

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  • Spa-like Master Bath, We updated our 7-year old master bath with travertine and oil rubbed bronze fixtures.  We put in a frameless shower door and stand alone vanities., Bathrooms Design

    Spa-like Master Bath

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  • Woodland Wonderful, This wonderful woodland themed nursery was creatively collaborated with help from my mom and sister.  My mom painted the trunk of the tree, made the baby quilt and curtains for the room and my sister and I designed and created the woodland creatures on the tree and walls by using scrapbook paper.  I wanted to do something gender neutral so the main colors in the nursery are yellows and greens., Nurseries Design

    Woodland Wonderful

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  • Arkansas concrete swimming hole, Rustic backyard pool and cabana., Pools Design

    Arkansas concrete swi...

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  • Surprise nursery!, I did this room as a surprise for my wife for our gender surprise baby (it was a girl!). I actually put a key locked knob on the door so she wouldn't peek. I wanted to do something as a gift for her and the baby since she was already doing so much by carrying it.  I was nervous about what she'd think but she ended up loving it.  Whew!, Nurseries Design

    Surprise nursery!

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  • Baby Kate's Pink & Green Nursery, This room was created for our baby girl, who will arrive in just a few short days!  My husband put up the crown molding, and my dad painted the room and ceiling (Sherwin-Williams "Priscilla" pink on walls and "Shagreen" on ceiling).  The bedding was custom made, and the furniture was a gift from family members.  The rest of the room is "do-it-yourself" projects by me, including the paintings.  , Nurseries Design

    Baby Kate's Pink & Gr...

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  • Old World Master Bathroom, Bubbles, glass of wine & candlelight! , Bathrooms Design

    Old World Master Bat...

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  • Master Bath................... with  an  In"spa"rational View!, We found this Spec-Home in Mid-Construction and were able to find discounted tumbled marble and travertine accents to add to the builders basic beige tile.  The wooded view in summer is amazing but in winter privacy is an issue.  I added sheer embroidered fabric to the screens which lets in the light and the view and is removeable when things "green up" again in the spring., Bathrooms Design

    Master Bath.............

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  • TUSCAN BATH RETREAT, We totally gutted our previous master bath and wanted the bathroom to take on a Tuscan feel like the rest of our home.  Only thing that stayed was tub and toilet. , Bathrooms Design

    TUSCAN BATH RETR...

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  • LESS IS MORE APPROACH, Unlike the old-world basement bath in our previous house (see "Roman" bath if interested) the basement in our new house got a simple powder room. No "party" shower no sauna ... just a clean almost minimalist look. When is less more? As always thanks for visiting!
CEILING PAINT is different from the wall paint. Ceiling paint is a light silver metallic paint by Ralph Lauren (Home Depot), while walls are painted with Ben Moore Smokestack Gray. Ceiling took 5 coats but was well worth it.  , Bathrooms Design

    LESS IS MORE APP...

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  • Our first pool , Nice gunite pool, pool house, outdoor kitchen, Pools Design

    Our first pool

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  • Log Home in North GA Mountains, In 2003 my husband and I embarked on the building of our dream retirement log lodge home and garage that we designed. The home is built from 10-inch Swedish cope Eastern white pine logs. Garage is standard frame construction. 18 months later it was as "finished" as it could be. It's still a work in progress but we love the home our wooded 16 acres and the wonderful little mountain community we now call home., Home Exterior Design

    Log Home in North GA...

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  • Dreaming in black & white, Our master bathroom is on the smaller size but we love our black cabinets and the granite sinks.  The all glass shower gives the room an open elegant felling., Bathrooms Design

    Dreaming in black & w...

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  • Twin Nursery for My Little Angels, Our prayers have been answered and our miracle babies are due in July! I have been working on the nursery for three months and it is 99% finished! As a final touch, I would like to add our girls' monograms over the changing table... but we haven't chosen their names yet! :) I’m a real “girly girl”, so I wanted to create a sweet, feminine, and pretty space for my daughters. The colors I chose were a light pink, taupe and soft white. I wanted to use these colors because I felt they were soft… very calming and soothing. (perfect for rest and relaxation) I found this toile fabric that has a picture of two angels on it, and I thought it was perfect since we were having two little girls. I also really liked the bows on the toile. So, angels and bows became the “theme” of the room. I sewed all of the bedding and curtains myself. I mixed old, vintage, bargain items along with some with new, “splurge” items. I really enjoyed working on this room and I hope you enjoy the photos! Thanks for looking!   ***Update: We chose the names and I uploaded some pics of the monogram signs!, Nurseries Design

    Twin Nursery for My ...

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  • LG's Nursery, Once we found out we were having a girl, the one thing that I did not want, was a pink nursery. I still wanted it to be feminine but chic, practical and within my budget. , Nurseries Design

    LG's Nursery

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