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Dear Readers: Purchasing jewelry? You might see the term millimeter abbreviated “mm.” The width of chains and the size of pearls and gemstones…

It’s much easier to keep mold and mildew at bay than it is to get rid of it. Try these tips from @the.xcleaners to keep your bathroom mildew free, including closing your curtains after showering.

You don’t have to go overboard with bathroom styling—the last thing you need is a cluttered vanity. TikTok creator @the_avantgarde_ shows you how to dress up your bathroom with chic black décor and minimalist art.

If you’re having overnight guests, make sure they have everything they need by styling your guest bathroom with clear glass containers full of all the essentials. This video from @slyinspireme shows you how.

The room in a home that’s the best target for mold and mildew to grow and thrive is a bathroom without good ventilation. You can prevent that by installing an exhaust fan that removes all the moisture through the wall and outside while preventing damage to nearby wood surfaces.

What makes a hotel stay feel luxurious is often the simplest things: fluffy towels, clean sheets and mini toiletries there whenever you need them. Want to recreate that same sense of indulgence in your own space? Use these organization ideas to give your home the five-star treatment.

Sure, the ever-functional bathroom is sometimes swept aside in favor of decorating more grandiose rooms. But your bathroom doesn’t have to be boring! It’s the little details that count, so we’ve rounded up seven easy DIY updates for every part of the room, from the walls down to the bottom of your vanity. They’re also inexpensive and quick — you can complete some of these projects in a day. Dust off your tools this weekend and make your bathroom look its best.

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If you’re a renter with pink tile, figuring out how to style your bathroom to get a slightly updated take on the retro vibe can be tricky. TikTok creator @salllymae shows you how with some indoor plants and minimalist décor.

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NYC-based designer, stylist, and vintage hunter @pamellabonde documented a perfectly 50s-style pink tiled bathroom. The owners of the home show in the video chose to keep the bathroom aligned with the era by complimenting the pink tile with a gold lamé wallpaper and some classic floral paintings.

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