As seen in the HGTV Dream Home 2012, carpet segues to glazed porcelain tile flooring in the guest bathroom, where a 7-foot, quartz-topped maple vanity offers undercounter storage drawers. The dark wood finish gives this bathroom a masculine feel.
The entire dressing room and wet room feature a porcelain plank tile in a distressed wood pattern, readily sourced from a local home improvement store. Vintage Birdseye maple obtained from an estate sale was repurposed to finish the new vanity design.
In the master bath at 2011's HGTV Dream Home, the basic color scheme is a range of neutrals, but a his-and-hers maple vanity, finished in a shade of pimento, draws the eye. Carpenter David Brown handcrafted a custom birch-framed mirror for the space.
The master bath's larger vanity, with solid maple drawer fronts painted bright white, includes a 40-inch-wide by 30-inch-high medicine cabinet with anodized aluminum construction and a durable rust-free and chip-free finish.
A maple vanity topped with creamy natural quartz offers his-and-hers sinks, plus under-counter storage for spa essentials. Contemporary stainless steel vanity hardware and bath fixtures add subtle sheen in a space defined by smooth, neutral surfaces.
A soft palette of sage green, sand and silver sets a soothing tone in the master bathroom of HGTV Dream Home 2010. An 8-foot-wide maple island in a sage finish comes complete with cabinetry from Wellborn's Estate Custom Collection.
Custom-made natural maple cabinets provide the base for a double-sink vanity in this master bathroom. The dark Caesarstone countertop is accented by a thin mosaic-tile backsplash. Wall scones and recessed lighting complete the overall design.
A bathroom adjacent to the home office is punctuated by a mocha-brown color palette. A Silestone-tiled shower stall pairs with a Silestone-topped rustic maple Wellborn vanity in the HGTV Dream Home 2010.
The dressing room features the adaptation and repurposing of vintage Birdseye maple cabinetry circa 1950, obtained at an estate sale. Originally a built-in bedroom set, Designer Lauren Levant separated and rearranged the pieces to create the dressing room's closets as well as a new double sink vanity for the bathroom. She raised the clothes armoires onto a new continuous platform she built and lined with LED light for dramatic and efficient shoe storage around the full perimeter of the room. Between some of the armoires, Levant added hanging rod sections and accessory sorting solutions.