Refresh a vintage tiled floor, such as this unglazed Art Deco–era yellow-and-black porcelain mosaic, with an eco- and homeowner-friendly acid etcher that removes ground-in dirt from the surface and grout lines.Green Envy Muriatic Acid Replacement, about per gallon; Create a striking monochromatic effect by painting walls to match your floors, as was done in this sunny space.A bead of clear caulk keeps water away from the wood.

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Here, a windowsill does double duty as a landing spot for toiletries and a mirror.

Similar to shown: ½-inch-thick plate-rail trim with a 2½-inch projection, about $1.75 per linear foot; at lumberyards Vinyl composition tile offers a durable and inexpensive alternative to a two-toned ceramic-tile floor.

Give your bath a designer touch with matching accessories.

Here, the medicine cabinet's silvery frame is echoed by the decorative metal outlet covers.

Douglas fir board, about for 10 feet, and Minwax stain in Golden Pecan, about .60 per half pint; Repurpose a mirrored dresser as a sink cabinet by making a cutout in the top for a drop-in lav.

Find dressers with a distressed painted finish like this for as little as at garage sales and flea markets.

Similar to shown: Fypon Florentine 16-inch medallion, about .50;

Petite Claire Chandelier, about 9; Install louvered interior shutters to provide privacy and direct streams of sunlight for subtle illumination.

Glass in the door's top panel ushers light from the hallway into the windowless bath. Craft a rustic and rustproof surround for your drop-in bathtub out of corrugated, galvanized-steel roof paneling.