Bath countertop updating
Similar to shown: Fypon Florentine 16-inch medallion, about .50;
To get the look shown here, add Benjamin Moore's Sunbeam tint to its white Latex Floor & Patio Enamel, about per gallon; Make your own graphic wall covering out of pages from a vintage book.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.Replacing the countertop in your bathroom can help completely change the appearance of the room, shaping it to your changing tastes and styles in a relatively simple process that can have a big impact on the room as a whole.Sometimes, the appearance of the bathroom has become dated and the easiest way to fix it is by changing the countertop for one with a more modern style.
Similar to shown: Mildew-resistant Bath Paint Semi-Gloss Finish in Lemon Twist, about $43 per gallon; Thriftier than most wall tile and less maintenance than wood, beadboard paneling made from cellular PVC stands up to sloshing and never needs to be painted. About $15 for a 3 foot-high piece; Dress up a plain mirror that's adhered to the wall by overlaying a wood frame.