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These 5 Tiny Bathroom Makeovers Show Clever Space SolutionsThere's hope for the smallest room in your home!
Bathrooms are often an afterthought—after all, most condo and apartment bathrooms are usually the smallest rooms in the unit. Homeowners would think: what else can you do to improve it? And then the next thing you know, tiles become dirty, fixtures are broken, and the bathroom ends up looking unsightly.
But what use is a beautiful house if you have an ugly bathroom? Get loads of renovation ideas (from budget to break-the-bank) from these dramatic bathroom makeovers by Real Living’s interior designers:
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Interior designer Nikki Audine not only had to make Mommy Purita's bathroom beautiful, she also had to make it safe for the homeowner. Nikki's primary concern was the slippery tiles, so she replaced these with slip-resistant porcelain tiles from Cerim Italy courtesy of Sanitec. She also added Lavo grab bars in the shower area, and a Yatin L-shaped handle (both from Sanitec) for ease in the toilet area.
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The bathroom of Joan and Romeo Panes's condo unit was nondescript and cramped. After their Ultimate Makeover, however, their bathroom got a retro, mod-1960s revamp with new tiles and bathroom fixtures, and accessories in white with accents of bright orange.
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A complete bathroom turnaroundWhen interior designer Hannah Acab Faustino assessed the Barcos's home, she discovered that their bathroom had outdated toilet fixtures and broken tiles. Hannah did a total overhaul of the bathroom, replacing all the tiles, bathroom fixtures, and fittings, adding new accessories, and washing everything in white and light yellow. The new bathroom now has a clean and fresh look.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Minimal accessories = big impactSometimes, you just don't have the budget to do a total bathroom renovation, or perhaps you're just renting and you can't change anything. In this mini-makeover by interior designer Tala Singson, she made this rented bathroom look "put-together' by adding toiletry trays, accessories, a hamper, and a shower curtain in coordinated colors.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
From old and dated to modern and sleekLola Lolita Keh had lived in this house for decades, but the home was starting to show signs of age. Interior designer Van Acuna-Solana stepped in to work on this Ultimate Makeover, and she fixed up their bathroom, as well. The 1980s finishes were swapped with sleek, gray tiles, and the water closet was replaced with a modern, angular toilet.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
PHOTOS: Ocs Alvarez, Michael Angelo Chua
This story originally appeared on Realliving.com.ph.
*Minor edits have been made by the SmartParenting.com.ph editors.
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