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Bathroom Design Ideas

Whether you’re considering a quick bathroom refresh or a total renovation, here are DIY ideas and decor inspiration for your bathroom.

Here's why you should let The Home Depot update your bathroom.

Bathroom Installation Done by the Professionals at The Home Depot

This DIY modern sunburst mirror is gorgeous! Jenny Komenda has the tutorial, including her technique for getting subtly different shades of gold in the sunburst dowels. || @Jenny Komenda

Little Green Notebook: DIY Modern Sunburst Mirror

Sometimes you don't want to lay a whole new tile floor, but just remove and replace a tile or two. Here's how to do it, step-by-step.

How To Replace a Floor Tile at The Home Depot

In most cases, removing an old bathtub is a project homeowners who are handy with a few common tools can do themselves. Take a look at Removing and Replacing a Bathtub at to see how to take on this project.

How To Remove and Replace a Bathtub at The Home Depot

This beautiful tile has a matte white color with a glossy cobalt dot accent. This is suitable for your bathroom remodel, or in your kitchen or hallway. You can use it outdoors, too.

This bathroom renovation is amazing. And this custom upgrade was done on a small budget by Gwen Hefner of The Makerista. Click through to see it on The Home Depot Blog.

Bathroom Renovation: A Custom Upgrade on a Budget

These slide-out shelves make retrieving items from under the bathroom sink so much easier. You measure your cabinet, and we'll give the shelves a custom fit. (These are great for the kitchen, too, or any other cabinets in your home.)

We love this small bathroom renovation by Laurie Jones (as seen on Savvy Southern Style). The light fixture is actually an outdoor light from The Home Depot. Great idea! || @Savvy Southern Style, @Laurie Jones Home

Savvy Southern Style: My Favorite Room.....Laurie Jones Home

DIY Bloggger Stacy Risenmay shows how she added simple shelves to her basement bathroom. They're attractive, and they provide much needed bathroom storage. See it on Not Just a Housewife.

Bathroom Shelves! | Not JUST A Housewife

Your toilet could have what’s called a ‘silent leak’ that isn’t detected by a running water sound coming from a toilet not in use. Luckily, there’s a simple way to test your toilet for leaks – just head to the pantry for some food coloring. Click through to The Home Depot Blog for the full how-to. (It's really easy.)

Test Your Toilet for Leaks

You can do a lot to upgrade your bathroom, even if you're a renter, without spending a lot of money. Click through to see how designer Ellie Somerville McNevin transformed her rental bathroom simply and easily... on The Home Depot Blog.

Blogger Jamie Dorobek shares her top 9 tips and tricks for planning a bathroom remodel-- based on her experience remodeling this gorgeous bathroom. (We think #9 is the best one.) See her tips on The Home Depot Blog.

Maya of The House Nerd is really proud of how the renovation of her (really small) bathroom turned out. She should be. It's terrific! Click through to see before-and-after photos. We have to admit, it really was pretty out-of-date-- to put it nicely-- before renovation. This just shows how big of an impact you can make in a remodeling project. || @House Nerd

Check out this DIY Faux Chalkboard Bathroom Storage Shelf and Towel Hooks by Lindsay Ballard of Makely School for Girls. We don't want to give away the story, but the finished product isn't what Lindsay quite intended it to be. It turned out great! Learn from Lindsay's mistake in her tutorial. || @Makely

DIY Chalkboard Art Towel Rack and Bathroom Accessories Holder

Glazed tile? Unglazed? Porcelain? Terra cotta? Choosing the right kind of tile for your bathroom remodel can seem a little overwhelming at first. But The Home Depot's Tile Buying Guide will help you sort out what you're looking for. (Shown in the image: Mantagna Cortina porcelain tile)

Tile Your Floors and Walls at The Home Depot

It doesn't take a complete renovation to update your bathroom. Interior designer Vanessa Francis show how much difference you can make with just a few simple updates, including the countertop, sink and faucet. || @Vanessa Francis Interior Design

Updating a Bathroom (Without a Reno)

WaterSense Certified-- 30% less water consumption without compromising performance. The Pasadena line simplifies remodeling by featuring coordinating lavatory faucets with tub and shower products to offer a complete solution for today’s bathroom upgrade.