Small Bath Makeover

Refresh your bedroom for about $500 with these smart, chic updates.

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Soothing Color Schemes

The right color palette has the ability to inspire tranquility. Transform your bathroom into a spa-worthy sanctuary with our favorite calming color schemes.

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Walk-In Shower Ideas

Find ideas to create a gorgeous walk-in shower in your bathroom.

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Easy Bathroom Storage

Boost your bathroom's storage for less with these smart organization tips and tricks.

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DIY Remodeling Tales

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.

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Most Popular Makeovers

You voted. We listened. We've gathered your most-loved kitchen and bath makeovers from Facebook and Pinterest for some serious before-and-after inspiration.

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Stunning Walk-In Showers

Find design inspiration in 15 walk-in showers that beautifully stretch a small bathroom's footprint, increase its functionality, and amplify its good looks.

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Design a Child-Safe Bath

Protect your child against potential dangers in the bathroom with these guidelines.

  • Avoid slippery, high-gloss flooring finishes. Instead, choose a nonslip floor such as ceramic tile with a matte finish.
  • Keep washcloths and toys tubside so you won't be tempted to leave your child unattended in the bath.
  • Provide a cushion around the tub spout, as well as edge and corner cushions on cabinets, to prevent cuts and bruises.
  • Install childproof locks on all cabinets. Even the toilet lid should have a latch.
  • Use only nonbreakable drinking tumblers in a bathroom. Store them where kids can reach them easily.
  • Add slip-resistant strips in front of the sink and tub. Anchor area rugs with nonslip pads or double-faced carpet tape.
  • Block all electrical outlets with safety covers or plugs. The outlets, as in all baths, should be ground fault circuit interrupter outlets.
  • Make sure grab bars inside the bathtub and shower stall are low enough for children to use.
  • Choose faucets and handles that are easy to use and have rounded edges.
  • Locate towel bars or rings 6 inches or less from entrances to a tub or shower so children don't have to reach too far for them.

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