See how we turned a boring builder’s-grade bathroom into a spa-like retreat with a custom tile countertop, salvaged wood accents, new lighting and new fixtures – all for less than $1,200.
By Dylan EastmanMore in Bathroom
Anyone familiar with design and construction can walk into almost any space an instantly get feel for the time period in which it was built or last renovated. This is especially true of homes built in the 1980s and 1990s when large amounts of sub-divisions and apartment homes were developed. Builders were putting up basic ranchers and townhomes that were all filled with cultured marble vanities, vinyl-sheet flooring and chrome and plastic crystal faucets.
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