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sprucing up a 1950's bathroom

Posted by thomas filloramo on May 8th, 2003 02:58 PM
In reply to removing ceramic wall tile by Sandy on March 14th, 2002 04:14 PM [Go to top of thread]

We just bought a house that was built in 1956. Unfortunately, the bathroobs are original. One has yellow ceramic half walls with matching floor. And terquise toilet, sink and tub. The counter top is yellow formica. What can we do to update this room without having to pull down the walls. Behind the wall is cement and wire mesh and I just do not want to attempt tp tackle the job. We thoughr about ripping up the tile floor and replacing it with white ceramic tile and putting white ceramic tile on the counter top. Also we takled about replacing the toilet and wink with white and havinf the tub fitted with a white vinal cover. What do you think? Any help would be welcomed.

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