Leaky, Creaky Lavatory

See how a bathroom goes from leaky and creaky to a modern masterpiece.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThis toilet area is in need of some serious plumbing work and a color makeover.
Tracy and David are desperate to update their Depression-era bathroom. "It's falling apart and it's pink, and we don't like it," Tracy said. "It doesn't go with our house at all, it's not anything at all like our style (which is) simple, cleaner.

This leaky, cracked, rusted bathroom belongs in a museum, according to designer Krista Watterworth. The beautiful architectural detail is overpowered by the various shades of pink and lavender tile and wall-to-wall carpeting. Watterworth and carpenter Steven Whittle are determined to make this rundown relic relevant again.

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