How To Hide Ugly Built-In Tubs With Faux Stone
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This could be either a really great idea or a really bad one LOL. My first thought is that since a bathtub is such a high use area that this stuff would have to be super strong and also applied with a super strong adhesive. Especially with little kids going in and out and climbing on the tun all the time.
Natural stone can be used to create some lovely features in your home. The problem with stone however is that it’s difficult to work with and can be very expensive. Faux stone is much easier to handle, is lighter and looks just like the real thing. Not to mention being a lot more affordable and easier to care for than real stone. This guide will look at some fantastic ways to use faux stone in your home.
This may be a product best suited for a master suite bathroom and not a kids bathroom. Anyways, I absolutely love the idea of updating a builder grade boring bath tub with faux stone like this. If you can’t afford a super spendy remodel, this is the next best thing to bring some character into your bath!
Here’s the link to Lovely Crafty Home’s full article: Lovely Crafty Home: Update Your Boring Tub