Affordable Bathroom Makeovers

These Bathroom ideas that I am about to show you are affordable and it can be done by you.

RMS user KarenSpirit bought a slightly damaged clawfoot tub for $90 and a $900 vanity on Ebay. The seamless shower doors are a design splurge with fabulous dividends.
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Add Tiles

Add decorative tiles around a vessel sink to give a punch up to this beige bathroom. RMS user joeyboti searched his local classifieds to get a deal on the glass tiles. He did all of the work by hand and by taking the time to remodel his bathroom.

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Freehand Drawing in a Bathroom

RMS user KarenSpirit transformed her good friend’s powder room by freehand-painting these gorgeous blooms. Everything else in the bathroom stayed as is. In any small space like a powder bathroom, a bold statement can seem like a complete bathroom makeover. I have used this same idea to make a change in my powder bathroom which I will posting pictures of very soon. Anyone can update their bathroom for the cost of a couple of gallons of paint.
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Yellow

Just because you have a retro bathroom doesn’t mean you need to replace your bathroom fixtures or tiles. You just need to think simple by just exploring and painting color palettes. RMS user mstupski was able to create this fresh bright bathroom and utilize its mid-century modern bones.
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A Touch of Whimsy

RMS user Ikf-ia used bubble mirrors add whimsical design detail to change her bathroom which created a soothing, imaginative space. Her tring up a romantic candle light provides a great look of a chandelier.
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A Little Marble and Molding

RMS user mamma4x took a dingy bathroom and turned it into this beautiful bathroom for less than $1,000. To get the look, she used prefab cabinets but added molding for a custom look and replaced hunter-green tile with marble. I give her two thumbs up.
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