To add an extra hit of shine, he refreshed the existing mirror by welding a steel frame and having it nickel-plated, then hunted down sconces to match. His handiwork, including painting the walls a cool gray-blue, took about four months, but the bath is now a soothing showpiece. "My parents are really proud," Justin says. "When company comes over, it’s the first place they take guests to see."
Shown: The countertop pieces were poured into molds, where they sat for a month to cure.