Beautiful Bathroom Redos on a Budget

Homeowners share economical, innovative ideas for redoing a bathroom.

  • Painted glass and leftover Brazilian cherry wood combine for drama in this Florida bathroom.
  • The homeowner used landscaping rock to help create a Zen-like shower floor.
  • Donna and Mike Schramm found the materials for their retro bathroom at a restaurant supply store, an antique store and online.
  • A Missouri architect used recycled concrete panels instead of tiles in the bathroom of his home.
  • Using local Indiana limestone, which is normally used for exterior contstruction, allowed this homeowner to create an inexpensive and eye-catching vanity.
  • Purchasing this mix and matched green tile online saved the homeowners about $5 per square foot.
  • A surplus purchase from the builders of the Denver International Airport combined with some yacht building techniques created this inexpensive vanity and sink.
  • Architect Eddie Jones used every day materials to create this glow-in-the-dark medicine cabinet.
  • Combining steel, ash and baskets make this Cape Cod bathroom industrial for only about $1,100.
  • Using concrete face panels (sealed and covered in wax) instead of granite tiles meant the homeowners spent about $100 instead of $1,000.
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