This master bath remodel was sparked by a flood in the client’s home. Working with the same floor plan, the designer renovated the bath with new tiles, cabinetry, countertops and fixtures. The shower area features a corner seat and recessed niches for soap and shampoo, and the vanity is adorned with white cabinets with crystal knobs.
This beautiful, mid century modern bathroom, is phase one in a two-phase, whole home renovation to transform the current design into a stylish, elegant midcentury modern space. In the bathroom, and throughout the home, the cabinets are stained in Alder Wood and are finished off with a Pure White Caesarstone countertop. The shower features Kohler Purist Fixtures in Vibrant Modern Brushed Gold finish, while the flooring is Large Hexagon Tile from Dal Tile, and a decorative tile made of “Illica” ceramic tile gives the space a bit of extra pop and pizzaz.
The homeowners' original master bathroom space needed a complete overhaul, so designers added gray, shaker cabinets and white, quartz countertops. Then, they brought in copper and black accents throughout to add warmth to the design and make this space feel modern, yet timeless.
Designer Todd Davis worked two smart space-creating solutions into this small San Francisco bathroom remodeling project. A built-in cabinet conceals storage for linens and toiletries without adding any visual clutter, while a small niche in the shower space offers a spot to leave soap and shampoo without taking up much real estate.
Sleek hardware and fixtures complete the contemporary renovation of this California master bathroom. The new walk-in shower is clad in gray marble tile and features a corner bench for convenience and function. A window in the shower brightens up the space.
Metallic mosaic tiles create a visual waterfall in this walk-in shower, the crowning achievement of the bathroom's remodel. White walls and a white countertop keep the rest of the room feeling crisp and fresh.
This master bathroom remodel included the installation of a granite window seat and dark brown wooden vanity cabinets. The same granite that covers the window seat was used for the vanity countertops, while simple taupe tiles cover the floor.
Transformations by Team Jonathan that increased the value of the Oelbergers' home include an entirely remodeled bathroom, with new tiles and custom vanity as seen on HGTV Brother vs. Brother season 1 Finale.
This master bathroom remodel included the installation of tall, dark brown wooden cabinets and drawers, providing plenty of room for storing bathroom essentials. Neutral tiles cover the floor, while a spacious window seat offers a nearby place for relaxing.