Homeowners share economical, innovative ideas for redoing a bathroom.
Painted glass and leftover Brazilian cherry wood combine for drama in this Florida bathroom.
The homeowner used landscaping rock to help create a Zen-like shower floor.
Donna and Mike Schramm found the materials for their retro bathroom at a restaurant supply store, an antique store and online.
A Missouri architect used recycled concrete panels instead of tiles in the bathroom of his home.
Using local Indiana limestone, which is normally used for exterior contstruction, allowed this homeowner to create an inexpensive and eye-catching vanity.
Purchasing this mix and matched green tile online saved the homeowners about $5 per square foot.
A surplus purchase from the builders of the Denver International Airport combined with some yacht building techniques created this inexpensive vanity and sink.
Architect Eddie Jones used every day materials to create this glow-in-the-dark medicine cabinet.
Combining steel, ash and baskets make this Cape Cod bathroom industrial for only about $1,100.
Using concrete face panels (sealed and covered in wax) instead of granite tiles meant the homeowners spent about $100 instead of $1,000.
HGTV. Beautiful Bathroom Redos on a Budget, [Online]. Web address: http://www.hgtv.com/bathrooms/beautiful-bathroom-redos-on-a-budget/pictures/index.html (Page consulted on September 13 2011)