The shower in this master bathroom was a complete overhaul and got a new window, brand new tile and a frosted glass panel for some privacy while still keeping the overall feeling open and light. The cabinets got a paint job and added casing around the mirrors to create more of a custom feel.
To connect the master bathroom design with the design of the rest of the home, the greige cabinets were continued into this space, providing tons of storage and style. For function, the newly redesigned space has a double vanity, while a band of tile backsplash adds a touch of style.
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.
The transformed master bathroom as seen at the home of Pernelle Hayes and Shaun Hammond, which was renovated by Team Drew, on season 1 of HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. The team installed a floating vanity, as well as a new lighting bar over the vanity.
The master bathroom in this newly renovated cabin contains high ceilings, making the space seem larger. The window at the end of the space lets in lots of natural light, while the glass shower lets the light flow through and makes the space feel more open.
A floating vanity with a rich wood finish teams with brass accents to bring warmth to this sleek and cool master bathroom renovation. Gray marble tile sheathes the new walk-in shower. Round mirrors hang above the dual sinks, with their sinuous shape and brass finish echoed in the lighting above.
Two vanities are featured in this master bathroom on opposite walls for 'his and hers'. The driftwood finish on the cabinetry was chosen to give the space some reference to the beach, as was the pebble tile. The sconces are a bit antique looking to combine new and old giving a vintage and eclectic feel to the space.
A moody color palette and industrial accents are used to echo the looks of New York City buildings in the master bathroom of an Atlanta townhome. A custom-made window overooking the living space below replaced an existing set of glass blocks. High-gloss subway tile reflect the stylish lighting. Wood-look tile alternates with black tile to create visual contrast.
This master bathroom, located in SPG Architects’ Murray Hill Townhouse in New York City, provides a quiet retreat from the city. The design of the house, a modern interpretation of Moroccan influences, is apparent in this space with rich woods and solid forms articulating the space. The sleek vanity and bathtub appear to float above the floor, enhancing the room's open, airy feel.
A larger footprint made room for a double vanity (before, there was only a pedestal sink). The cabinets are dark blue to fit in with the blues throughout the rest of the house, while graphic porcelain tiles from TileBar keep things lively. “James makes fun of me for using this bathroom instead of the one in our master suite, but it’s just so new and nice,” says Cristina.
The homeowners wanted a simple, elegant master bathroom that was still functional, just like the rest of their newly redesigned home, so designers created a beautiful space with a neutral color palette. White, tile floors and complementary white walls flow throughout the space reflecting the natural light let into the space from the large windows above the tub. Gray accent tiles on the floor add color and warmth to the bright space, complementing the gray countertops that finish off each vanity. Two separate vanities give each of the couple their own space, keeping the new space functional and organized.
Licensed contractor Chip Wade in the newly designed master bedroom suite for homeowner's Susanne and Erik Olson of Sandy Springs, Georgia. As part of the renovation, Chip Wade completed the unfinished attic with enough space for the parents to have a separate retreat in the house. The space was complete with a sitting area, walk-in closet and open air bathroom, as seen on HGTV's Elbow Room.
This home's original master bathroom had a sunken bathtub and a small shower, so to modernize the space and make it more functional, designers raised the floor and added a freestanding bathtub, which was the perfect addition next to the newly tiled, double-sided fireplace. Then, the same tiles that were used for the fireplace surround were also used in the shower floor, connecting the two spaces and adding warm texture to the space.
Mina and team turned the existing island into a standout, custom piece by adding furniture legs, a quartz countertop and painting it a rich, dark gray. She added an extra row of upper cabinets to not only give the kitchen a high-end look but also to provide more storage. Below, she installed the same durable EVP herringbone floors that she used in her master bathroom renovation — a choice that got a big thumbs up from judge, Mike Holmes. But Mina's favorite new kitchen feature? The brushed gold pot filler she added above the stove
"One of my favorite spaces is definitely the kitchen," Mina said. "And a great kitchen is what sells houses." Leaving the layout and appliances intact, Mina found creative ways to save money without skimping on style in her kitchen renovation. The result? A cozy, family-focused kitchen packed with value-adding personality.
Mina and team turned the existing island into a standout, custom piece by adding furniture legs, a quartz countertop and painting it a rich, dark gray. She added an extra row of upper cabinets to not only give the kitchen a high-end look but also to provide more storage. Below, she installed the same durable EVP herringbone floors that she used in her master bathroom renovation — a choice that got a big thumbs up from judge, Mike Holmes. But Mina's favorite new kitchen feature? The brushed gold pot filler she added above the stove.
From the brushed gold fixtures to the concrete farm sink to the panel-ready appliances, Mina's kitchen is full of stylish, distinctive features.