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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.
My bathroom tub, sink and counter top are a blue 'marble swirl' coloring. The walls are blue and the cabinets, door and molding are white. I would like to paint the walls a different color. Any suggestions?
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?
I live in a home from the 70's... I like it for the most part but I have been renovating and changing as I go... it still has good bones... I have a small master bathroom that has pale
green tile on the lower walls and floor... which I like... There is a trim of tile around the top in a maroon glass color tile which I also like... and a trim tile that goes all the way around that is a smaller thin strip with some pink, maroon and green color... which I like... the problem is someone before me has papered the upper wall with a pink wallpaper which I guess they were trying to pickup the pink in the small trim tile... and I am not crazy about this... there is a shower stall that has the same tile on the walls and floor.... but the upper wall is painted white... don't like... I am thinking of painting over the wallpaper and painting the ceiling and upper wall in the shower all the same color... all the wood trim is white also which I don't care for including the vaniety... thought of painting the vaniety a dark wood color ... the countertop is a faux marble with shades of tan and brown... there is a build in linen closet that is white also... the master bedroom is kind of a sea green... with white triim and light brown doors... the floor is a hardwood floor painted a light brown close to the color of the light brown closet doors... any suggestions?
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.