Rate My Space contributor Inspired Guys completely gutted their standard-size bathroom to better suit their modern style.They took advantage of the high 14-foot ceiling by running the tile all the way up and installing four-inch recessed lighting.The bathroom is a space you'll visit (at least) daily, yet it's probably the room you think about least -- as far as the overall decor goes.Because this room is small, it's way easier to change up. Here are 8 ideas that anyone can do, no matter how tiny the bathroom.Rate My Space contributor oldhousemama and her husband spent five years reconstructing their Queen Anne-style home.
If installed over a tub, as seen here, be sure there's at least 8 feet of clearance from the tub rim to the bottom of the pendant to comply with electrical code.
A pair of fixtures can cost upward of ,000, compared with about 0 for having both reglazed by a professional. Give worn wood floors new life by brushing boards with glossy porch paint tinted to match your bath's color scheme.
To get the look shown here, add Benjamin Moore's Sunbeam tint to its white Latex Floor & Patio Enamel, about per gallon; Make your own graphic wall covering out of pages from a vintage book.
She acted as the designer, and her husband skillfully made her ideas reality.
With heated floors, mosaic tile, wall-mounted faucets and a strategically placed flat-screen TV, this bath is far from bland now.
Beautiful, clean and spacious, this bathroom is dramatically transformed from the room's previously shabby state.