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When you stumble into the bathroom in the morning, does your medicine cabinet look as tired as you feel? Maybe it’s t...
Remember our medicine cabinet that wouldn't close? And it still wouldn't close even after we put those little magnets i...
My wife and I have a very small bathroom. The tub, toilet, and sink are lined up shoulder to shoulder along one wall....
Here are seven solutions for increasing storage capacity, even in the smallest of baths.
Traditionally, bathroom cabinetry was limited to small medicine cabinets above the sink and sink vanities with limite...
Today's bathroom vanities can make a bold statement in any bathroom, and here are twelve examples we found to be "decorator-worthy."
Saddled with a small bathroom? Here are 5 ideas for enhancing your space—without the cost of remodeling.
Bob watches over the installation of a few bathroom fixtures, including a custom vanity countertop and undermount sinks from Toto USA, as well as an acrylic soaki...
Carlos Leuchtmann of Blue Ridge Plumbing joins Bob to install a faucet and handles from the Moen Kingsley line.
In the master suite, general contractor Charlie Tomaszewski is finishing up installing the Robern medicine cabinets.
Bob looks over the shoulders of Rick and Brian (from Star Granite Interiors), as they install a granite vanity top in the first-floor bathroom.
Bob checks in with Greg Rockland, the plumber installing a marble countertop in the loft conversion unit.
Bob and carpenter Bob Ryley put up a grab bar in the bathroom to facilitate a wheelchair-bound person's maneuvering.
Bob meets with contractor Bill Wilcox, who is assembling the bathroom vanities, giving them legs and a toekick.
Bob helps Steven Nyz install a Surell one-piece vanity top and sink. No screws or nails are used, just some silicone caulk. Surell is totally non-porous, making i...
Since the bathroom has been gutted, plumbers begin to install new fixtures.
Bob helps carpenter-contractor Bob Ryley install a new one-piece acrylic vanity.
Carpentry contractor Bob Ryley builds a bathroom vanity, as Bob goes over some of the floor work with artisan Terry Maiche.