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Budget-Smart Bath Makeover

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Don’t like what you see in the bathroom mirror? Then it’s time for a facelift. Budget-smart bath updates will make you smile.

Curved-front bath vanities.

Give a tired vanity area simple, stylish updates. Paint, tile, and hardware work wonders on a budget. Use the savings to revive a tub and shower, too.

Bath vanities.

Throw a Few Curves

This vanity comes with an engineered-stone countertop, curved backsplash, and a vitreous china sink bowl -- all for about $500. Pair each vanity with a medicine cabinet. A new towel holder wears the same brushed-nickel finish. Replace worn-out wall coverings with Valspar Crystal Sea paint, glass mosaic tile, chair-rail tile, and subway tile. Glazed porcelain floor tile looks like marble for less than $2 per square foot.

Vanity storage space.

Generous Storage

The sable-finish vanity offers more than just good looks. Opening the doors reveals valuable storage, including a drawer at the bottom.

Brushed-nickel faucet.

Shapely Faucet

Swap out your old sink faucet for an elegant and economical widespread model. The brushed-nickel finish resists fingerprints and water spots.

Brushed-nickel triple light fixture.

Fashion Fixture

See your bath -- and yourself -- in a new light by upgrading the vanity light fixture. At less than $200, this model features a brushed-nickel finish and a pleasing mix of curves and angles.

Medicine cabinet interior.

No Mere Mirror

Get a mirror and more for less than $150 with this medicine cabinet. Adjustable glass shelves provide flexible storage for bath needs. You can have the door open on the right or left -- just rotate the cabinet before mounting.

Tiled tub surround.

Shake Up Your Shower

Invigorate a tub/shower with a bright new tub and tile surround. For the lower walls, use the same combo of mosaic tile, chair-rail tile, and subway tiles as in the vanity area. Then set off the upper walls with inexpensive subway tiles. For less than $200, a new tub/shower faucet delivers spa style and savings. The shower curtain, brushed-nickel rings, and gray rug are affordable upgrades, too.

Vertical subway tile and shower caddy.

Tile Twist

Turn traditional subway tile on its head by setting it vertically on the upper shower walls. At about $2 per square foot, the subway tile is a chic look for less. Once the new tile is ready, shore up shower storage with a versatile caddy that hangs on the showerhead.

Bump-out double shower rod.

Well-Rounded Rod

By deviating from the straight and narrow, this curved shower rod adds a little elbowroom. Use the double-rod to separate the liner and curtain or hang a towel on the outside rod.

Brushed-nickel robe hook.

Haute Hook

Use new hardware to provide the finishing touches for your bath redo. At about $20, this robe hook offers high-style lines and a brushed-nickel finish.