Updating bathroom tile

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She lives in a home that has great bones, but needs updating.So procrastination took over and soon her bathtub had turned into a catch all.Like I said, this house has great bones, and this master bathroom is huge!But this mosaic tub wasn’t even usable because somewhere in the walls there was a leak.Brown and turquoise are earth tones, and the appeal of natural colors never goes out of style. Her master bathroom had a major case of 1982, but more importantly it wasn’t usable. But like so many people they didn’t have time to take on a major renovation and she will be the first to admit that when it comes to planning a remodel or decorating a space, she doesn’t even know where to start.Plain white walls against turquoise tile may make a room feel dated.

When you cast your eye around any old bathroom there's one eyesore that's bound to make you grimace: the grotty, dated shower screen.The separate shower stall wasn’t usable either because of the same leak.All that mosaic tile coupled with the pinky beige walls and the wallpaper to match had to go!A fresh coat of gray wall paint improves the look of dated turquoise bathroom tile.A dark charcoal gray makes the turquoise stand out while a light shade of gray tones it down. Turquoise is a mixture of blue and green, which is why gray complements turquoise.

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