As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna wanted to create a more modern space for the family, so they added above mount basins to create the look they were going for. Above the sink, a rustic mirror softens the sharp lines of the modern design and creates and elegant master bathroom.
Though small in scale, this bathroom is big on texture. The treatment behind the vanity and in the shower mimics the look of ocean waves and so has a calming presence in the space. Meanwhile, a basin sink with two faucets allows the kiddos (or visitors) to brush their teeth together.
The designer set out to create perceived scale in a small space -- the open niche below the vanity serves to expand the bath area's visual footprint. Using multiple materials in similar tones gives additional depth and richness to this little bathroom.
This transitional kitchen's corner has a beautiful view and is a great space for washing dishes or prepping meals. With a crisp and clean look, the graphic roman shades and sleek Carrara marble are the highlights of this little nook.
The sleek look of this covered patio is the perfect fit for a modern home. A full-length light strip gives off a warm glow over the two concrete floor panels. The natural rock bed and row of small greenery bring beautiful natural textures to the space, while a concrete privacy wall outlines the perimeters without blocking any natural light.
This traditional white bathroom with its alcoved back wall features rustic-style sconces, custom wood shelving for easy and decorative storage, and a white marble countertop. A vessel sink adds simple elegance to the space and coordinates well with the faucet and green tile backsplash.
The landscaping and water features are inspired by the house's setting: the Adirondack Mountains and Lake Champlain. This series of waterfalls and pools are outside the master suite, giving the rooms the soothing sound of trickling water.
The water collection basin for the vanishing edge, usually a forgotten space, was instead revamped to create a visually appealing water feature that can be seen from the lower seating area in the vineyard. Designers used individual ledger pieces to create ledges for the water to dance over on its way to the lower collection basin.