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"I'd paint the walls a khaki stripe pattern," says designer Barclay Fryery, "and buy khaki towels with chocolate monograms.

Get a brown shower curtain with khaki stripes, and hang a chocolate waffle-weave bathrobe." For a dose of whimsy, Barclay would add blown-up photos of Hershey chocolate bar wrappers in 12 sizes. "Your very own couture art." Want to add some color?

There's the leaky roof that has to be fixed immediately, and the kitchen that has to be redone before you can scramble an egg or brew a pot of tea.With the right color paint on the walls, the right accessories and — most important of all — the proper attitude, you can take your bathroom from outdated to outstanding. I would think of a very shiny, wet-look wall covering or paint all the walls black; perhaps a silver ceiling would be good too.I would probably make a big shower curtain that started at the ceiling in a strong black, white and pink pattern," adds Roderick, author of Harlem Style (Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 2002)."Then, with lots of pink and silver accessories this bath could be great!" For another take on this 1960s classic, designer Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz ( suggests a monochromatic approach: "Paint the entire room yellow including the ceiling," says Benjamin, author of Emotional Rooms (Atria, 2007). Every accessory in the room should be yellow — everything!

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