I'm remodeling a small bathroom on a small budget. Advice?

Sarah Gibson
by Sarah Gibson
It's the original 1958 half wall tiles with full tiles in the shower. The upper walls are paneling of some sort. What's the best method to remove the tiles? Is beadboard paneling suitable for a bathroom? I'm thinking of taking down the tile and upper paneling and replacing with beadboard paneling throughout and a new shower surround. The room would be all white upon completion, including white vinyl tiles on the floor. Is this too much white?

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  • Peggy Riggles Peggy Riggles on Jun 19, 2018
    You can always add color with towels and bathmats and shower curtains. White should be bright and fresh! You'll love it!

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    • Peggy Riggles Peggy Riggles on Jun 19, 2018
      It will be great! If you decide you need more color you could always add a light version of your accent color above the bead board. But I'm guessing you'll be happy with the white!

  • Chubby58 Chubby58 on Jun 19, 2018
    I would always go with a white or off white in the bathroom. Earthy tones that you can add any color rug or towels or decor with. If you pick one specific color, you have to work around that color. White or off white leaves you open for any kind of decor.