My 1920 master bathroom only has a toilet. I need ideas to create a functional bathroom. I also need to make a guest bathroom and need ideas?
i want to replace this old tankless toilet toilet. Notice the side mounted plumbing.
We have these outdate vanity light fixtures. the back side wall was cut open for the wiring, so removing them would be major Reno work with removing metal box and ne... See more
I am installing waterproof board in a tub area. I noticed that the waterproof board has a different thickness than the existing drywall at the top of the enclosure. I... See more
my bathroom sink has several places where it's chipped and some of the porcelain came off when something like paint thinner was spilled on it?
I have been having trouble with an orange colored scum on the corners of my bathroom tile floor where the bathtub meets the wall. I have trouble seeing how soap from ... See more
My husband keeps his on the vanity top and it's unsightly. Any idea as to how I can hide it but keep it easily accessible?
When purchasing a new toilet what is the recommended height for an elderly person
I just tiled my bathroom. How long before I can seal it?
What to use to clean my stain bathtub?
Im trying to find out how i can make a loofa to go in my husbands bath handle at one end it has a hole in it for a loofa
I dont know what it's made of but it's got hard water stains and I'd like to make it look good again and still be able to use it and clean it. I have painted kitchen ... See more
I am currently renting and my bathroom sink does not have a cabinet. It is all open. I want to hide the pipes without having to add a cabinet or attach anything to th... See more
I have not been able to find a product that does a good job.
What can I use to get my shower floor looking new again.
My guest bath walls are covered with cedar boards. I know painting will not hide the fact that they look like plywood. I wonder if I can add texture to them?
Small modern brown and black tiles in bathroom and dressing area. How can I make it soft, feminine...almost Victorian?