A tall wall-mounted mirror gives the impression of a doorway into another room, making the narrow corridor in front of the vanity seem larger. Mark adhered the mirror, bought at a local glass shop for $185, to the wall and framed it with fluted casing and corner blocks that he made out of MDF.
Susan designed a fixed frosted-glass partition to let natural light from the room's only window into the tiled shower stall. An open entry saved the cost of a matching door. While Susan laid the shower pan and did the tiling herself, she entrusted the glass installation to a local pro, who charged $350 for materials and labor.