Though they're usually hidden behind closed doors, master bathrooms, guest bathrooms, and powder rooms all deserve to be as thoughtfully decorated as your home's living spaces. We found three bloggers with DIY bath remodeling stories to inspire your own makeovers.View Slideshow
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"You can't beat Ross Dress For Less Mirrors! We updated our bathroom by removing the oversized mirror and installing granite tile countertops, once again done by my handy husband!" -- randvhunt
"Our bath during the day" -- daycoin
"My favorite is the new faucet and hardware, granite countertop, and venetian plaster walls." -- J05Boiler
Why we love it: By not overdoing the design, the "good bones" of this bathroom shine. A bronze finish on the light fixture, faucet, and towel hanger adds a classic element. The simple style showcases the beautiful granite and cherry-stained wood.
"Turkey is known for their wonderful tiles and it is customary to tile the bathrooms from top to bottom as we have done here. We replaced the bathtub with this great shower that shows the tile through the doors." -- karenkent3154834
Why we love it: The homeowners fit their bathroom into the local scene. The tile is magnificent and the silver hardware shines.
"We repainted, added a new toilet, sink, and accessories. It turned out cute." -- paulkev112412294
Why we love it: This small bathroom doesn't lack character or charm. The painted diamond pattern on the wall is a unique touch, as are the mirror and picture.
"I did many upgrades to this once basic builders bath (replaced vinyl flooring with tile, upgraded lighting, framed window, added larger crown molding and base boards...) and decorated with a tropical feel. The lamp base is secured to the countertop with museum putty so it's not a hazard." -- rachc1
Why we love it: The tropical theme turns this bathroom into an island retreat. Simply adding accessories can really change the feel of your bathroom.
"When I built this home about a year and 1/2 ago, I wanted a really unique Master bath. A friend had given me an antique buffet that I had made into a vanity. The tub just seemed to fit with the style. This has got to be the most comfortable tub in the world!" -- ContainerNut
"I posted these pictures for people who would like ideas for a small bathroom. We have a bungalow with a small bathroom and we have to get very inventive in regards to maximizing space." -- cedarshake
Why we love it: This bathroom is a great marriage of old and new. The narrow, antique-inspired table vanity looks wonderful with the contemporary vessel sink.
"We added tile tub surround, tile flooring, granite countertop, copper sink, and oil rubbed bronze fixtures." -- ldr127
Why we love it: Coordination is key in this bathroom. Dark wood complements white wainscoting and sky blue walls. A matching silver finish on the faucet, hardware, and light fixture adds touch of glamour.
"This is a tiny guest bath. The pictures don't give the faint 14" horizontal stripes justice. The stripes are designed to give this high ceiling room an illusion of being bigger." -- lewisdcl
Why we love it: The white fixtures really pop against the blue walls. Seaside accessories, such as the picture and starfish, make the guest bath fun and inviting.