The Nonn's master bathroom during it's transformation, as seen on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother. Team Jonathan replaced the old green wallpaper and carpet with a fresh coat of paint and new tiles, and replaced the outdated vanity. However, Adi was unable to finish the bathroom details.
Three skylights illuminate this master bathroom pedestal tub. Shelves hang above from the ceiling and display bathroom essentials, while white wainscoting and marble tile flooring add finishing touches.
This half-bathroom was renovated by the homeowners themselves. After a fresh coat of white on the walls, the ceiling was painted seafoam green. Matching accessories create a polished look from top to bottom.
In this bathroom renovation, Arizona designer Lori Carroll didn’t want to depart too drastically from the home’s overall style. She intentionally incorporated elements, like the tile from Daltile, that fit the home's Southwestern design, but provided a transitional modern update.
This master bathroom renovation included a white built-in vanity with a gray countertop. A stool with a white tufted seat and gold frame is positioned in front, while gray hand towels and a green flower arrangement provide finishing touches.
This guest bathroom is given a modern touch with the slate gray walls, streamlined sink and modern light fixtures. The natural wood mirror brings in a splash of the rustic design, striking the balance that the couple was looking for. The dark walls will help keep stains and dirt at bay in this guest bathroom, while maintaining a stylish look for the guests.
Reclaimed wood shelves add function to this custom bathroom renovation. In the space, contemporary blue penny tile mixes with traditional white subway tile for a layered, transitional feel. The space features antique bronze accents.
As seen on HGTV's Love It Or List It Too, Designer Jillian Harris created a cozy bathroom by giving the walls a new coat of Behr Silky White paint. She used Muse Stanley Park green tile in the shower enclosure, and she added wall and floor tiles called Ardoise Blanc.