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
In this two-bedroom townhome, the upstairs bathroom serves as a master bath and a shared Jack-and-Jill bath. Before we started the upgrade, the room featured cultured marble one-piece sinks, basic faucets, a large frameless plate-glass mirror, non-standard depth base cabinets without pulls, a mirrored Hollywood light and a lonely water closet under two cantilevered shelves.
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