With heated floors, mosaic tile, wall-mounted faucets and a strategically placed flat-screen TV, this bath is far from bland now.This shower doesn't look like a very appealing place to get clean: the moldy walls and dirty glass enclosure are the opposite of hygienic.You will be happier that you did, and so will your pocket.Seek inspiration and advice from those that have updated their bathrooms before to steer away from common mistakes and problems.Errors will be corrected where discovered, and Lowe's reserves the right to revoke any stated offer and to correct any errors, inaccuracies or omissions including after an order has been submitted.If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.If you don’t have enough counter space for a large vase, try placing a small bud vase on the windowsill or add a small stool or side table next to the sink or tub to increase your surface space. The bathroom is a space you'll visit (at least) daily, yet it's probably the room you think about least -- as far as the overall decor goes.
Black-painted tile, a freestanding tub and, elsewhere, green onyx countertop and vessel sinks, complete the space.
, we're always amazed at what a difference a simple upgrade can make, especially when it comes to bathrooms.
A freshly tiled floor or a shiny chrome faucet can suddenly make a blase bathroom feel brand new.
A spacious multi-person shower with elegant marble tile, frameless glass doors and a ceiling-mounted rainfall shower head turns bathtime into relaxing "me" time.
If you are getting tired of your outdated bathroom and it’s time for an update, what are you waiting for?