Keep flooring light in a small bath. Even with a small budget you can make a big impact with a new floor, and in a little space it doesn't take long to do it yourself. Opt for stone or tile, or check out some of the great-looking vinyls on the market for a budget-friendly alternative. If you can't replace the floor, lay a light-color rug over your existing floor. In this bath, hexagonal mosaic floor tile brightens the room and provides a distinctive foundation for the vintage look.
Designing a New Bathroom on a Budget: How To Make Cheap Tile Look More Expensive
Tight budgets mean creative design choices. Much as we love the look and price of classic white subway, hex or square tile, it’s also nice to find ways to make them look fresher and more personal — and not looking like the same kitchen or bathroom in every other person’s home. Here are ways to elevate these basic materials to something special, without spending a fortune.
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1. WALLPAPER "Some people like to watch TV or get on Facebook. I like to look at wall coverings. It's a high-impact way to add personality to a space." 2. A CLAW-FOOT TUB "Taking baths is my escape. I can't wait to soak in my tub once my girls [Stella June, age 2, and Lillie Mae Louise, age 8 months] have gone to bed." 3. SUBWAY TILE "I use it in almost all of my renovation projects: kitchens, bathrooms,&n...
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love all. In the guest bath, Roberts used a Pedestal Lavatory Top sink by Marc Newson for Porcher paired with a Speakman faucet. The floor is 1-by-2-inch statuary marble tiles with gray grout, and the matte subway tile is from American Olean.