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pmr56May 12, 2014
My husband and I are in the middle of remodeling our 1950 main bathroom. We chose not to gut the entire bathroom because we like the style, layout, wall of drawers/cabinets on one wall and the closet on opposite wall. The old wall style sink was removed by my husbands parents years ago and a vanity installed. We chose to remove it and put in a new pedestal sink since storage is not an issue in this bathroom. I also like the make-up counter and will keep it since I use it. My problem is my bathtub. It is pink. I chose a white pedestal sink and had already replaced the old pink toilet several years ago with a white one. Since the tub is surrounded by a wall on two sides only (back is open) we removed the old sliding glass shower door. I know that you are supposed to keep all your fixtures one color but if we had removed the tub then we would have had to demolish the entire bathroom (tile and plaster walls). I don't want to paint the tub since I did that in my master bathroom and the paint on the tub is now popping off even though I cleaned as recommended. Any suggestions?