Updating small bathrooms

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Give your bath a designer touch with matching accessories.

Here, the medicine cabinet's silvery frame is echoed by the decorative metal outlet covers.

To get the look of these small squares, use a vinyl tile cutter to slice 12-inch tiles into 4-inch ones.

Armstrong Standard Excelon Imperial Texture tiles in Dutch Delft and Butter Cream Yellow, about for a carton of 45;

Here, a windowsill does double duty as a landing spot for toiletries and a mirror.

Similar to shown: ½-inch-thick plate-rail trim with a 2½-inch projection, about

Give your bath a designer touch with matching accessories.Here, the medicine cabinet's silvery frame is echoed by the decorative metal outlet covers.

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Give your bath a designer touch with matching accessories.

Here, the medicine cabinet's silvery frame is echoed by the decorative metal outlet covers.

To get the look of these small squares, use a vinyl tile cutter to slice 12-inch tiles into 4-inch ones.

Armstrong Standard Excelon Imperial Texture tiles in Dutch Delft and Butter Cream Yellow, about $45 for a carton of 45;

Here, a windowsill does double duty as a landing spot for toiletries and a mirror.

Similar to shown: ½-inch-thick plate-rail trim with a 2½-inch projection, about $1.75 per linear foot; at lumberyards Vinyl composition tile offers a durable and inexpensive alternative to a two-toned ceramic-tile floor.

Douglas fir board, about $4 for 10 feet, and Minwax stain in Golden Pecan, about $4.60 per half pint; Repurpose a mirrored dresser as a sink cabinet by making a cutout in the top for a drop-in lav.

Find dressers with a distressed painted finish like this for as little as $50 at garage sales and flea markets.

.75 per linear foot; at lumberyards Vinyl composition tile offers a durable and inexpensive alternative to a two-toned ceramic-tile floor.

Douglas fir board, about for 10 feet, and Minwax stain in Golden Pecan, about .60 per half pint; Repurpose a mirrored dresser as a sink cabinet by making a cutout in the top for a drop-in lav.

Find dressers with a distressed painted finish like this for as little as at garage sales and flea markets.

A 12-by-12-foot sheet, enough for one side of a tub (as shown), is about at Refresh a vintage tiled floor, such as this unglazed Art Deco–era yellow-and-black porcelain mosaic, with an eco- and homeowner-friendly acid etcher that removes ground-in dirt from the surface and grout lines.Green Envy Muriatic Acid Replacement, about per gallon; Create a striking monochromatic effect by painting walls to match your floors, as was done in this sunny space.Roberts 30002 Vinyl Tile Cutter, about ; Make a wood holder by cutting a 2×4 into five 12-inch sections and nailing each to a mounting strip cut from the same board.Brush on a wood stain and fasten the assemblies to the wall, leaving space in between for rolled hand towels.

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