built between wall studs, behind the door in the tiny bath. This storage unit doesn't take up an inch of floor space. cabinet is recessed into the wall to boost storage in a small bathroom . To make it uber-cheap, you could use a sturdy, reinforced picture frame/glass for the door. The glass is a lot thinner, so not for households with wee ones that tend to slam!
(Old bath renov 2) Against a backdrop of subway tile, a new white vanity was topped with black granite and outfitted with vintage-inspired hardware. Painted walls and accessories provide the room's color, which can easily and affordably be changed to give the room a refreshed look in the future.
I love claw foot tubs! Add a surprise element by wrapping the lower half of the wall in metal roofing. It's inexpensive, rustproof, and practically indestructible. Similar to shown: Galvanized roofing, $12 for an 8-foot-long panel from The Home Depot. | Photo: Benjamin Benschneider/Otto