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So many things can go right or wrong in bathroom projects, that's why there's Hometalk. Are you planning a bathroom remodel? Post your ideas on Hometalk and get feedback from DIYers and professionals who have taken on similar bathroom projects. Need inspiration for a bathroom update? Browse photos of showers, tubs and vanities that have been posted on Hometalk. The Hometalk community is here to help ensure your bathroom is both functional and beautiful; after all, it's the best place to relax and restore after a long day!
i want to "update" my 1960's pink bathroom. At this point I am not sure what colors to use to redo. The pink tile still is nice, the floor needs replacing and maybe a few other things. What colors??? Since it us a small anthropomorphic.
I'm looking for a way to store my toilet plunger and toilet brush in a more sanitary manner. I was wondering if anyone has an idea or two for a liquid 'storage' solution (like the stuff
they use in barbershops to keep the combs sanitized). My plunger is 100% hard rubber, so I need something that won't eat away at it. Right now, I just use a small bathroom trash can. It's great for keeping the floor dry, but the ick-factor is up there. I also have cats, so I'd prefer something that is pet-friendly (their litter box is in the bathroom). Thanks!
I bought a double shower head for my master bath. The pipe that extends from the wall is very high, and I have been unable to find an extender for it. Went to Home Depot, Lowe's, etc. and they don't even know what I am talking about.
I rent so don't really want to go to all the trouble of removing them but would love to cover them up. Should I paint? (If so, what kind of paint?) Paper? A friend suggested decoupage? What do you think?
My husband and I have gutted our master bathroom and we want to put in a glassed shower. We are looking at a quartz base and one glassed side will be the door with the other two sides tiled to the ceiling. Advise/cautions.