Reclaimed materials and clever DIYs helped this farmhouse bathroom come together on a budget.
This DIY vanity was made from inexpensive pine boards stained in a dark walnut finish. The vintage sink was found on the curb.
The walls are painted in a blue buffalo-check pattern as a budget-friendly alternative to wallpaper.
Above the toilet, open shelves can be used for storage or show. They are made from used floors that have been put on brackets.
The homeowners pulled off this bathroom makeover on a budget by choosing inexpensive materials and DIYing much of the work.
White, 6-inch-square ceramic tile was a budget-friendly option at the local home center.
In this small space, an IKEA kitchen cabinet makes good storage. At the top, a piece of wood adds style and holds it to the wall.
This dated 1964 bathroom received a bright, budget-friendly makeover with an all-white palette.
A hand-painted herringbone pattern creates the look of a high-end wallpaper accent wall.
The DIY pine vanity looks elegant with a rich stain made from latex paint.