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.
As seen on HGTV's Renovation Raiders, this new space features retro-fitted window trim and all-new window treatments. The fireplace is restored so that it is once again wood-burning and is upgraded with a free-hanging mantel and cleaner look.
This 12-acre property included a small, existing 1960s contemporary house. The owners bought the property after seeing the wide-open views across the open fields and distant hills. Though they wanted a farmhouse, they chose to keep the existing contemporary structure for use as a pool house and built a new traditional house next to it, connecting the two buildings with a 40-foot buried tunnel. The new farmhouse has three bedrooms and two baths on the second floor, plus a large guest suite on the third level.
In this renovation by Kitchen Cousins John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino, walls were removed to open the kitchen onto adjacent spaces including this living room which was also updated as part of remodel.
As seen on HGTV's hit show, Fixer Upper, the newly renovated Jones home has been transformed from the inside out. Some key elements of the exterior are the new front door, window shutters, columns, plaster style paint, and landscaping, making the home more inviting.
In order to maintain its historic authenticity, designer Erica Riggio selected period paint colors for the exterior of this renovated 1920s bungalow. The updated landscaping incorporates native plants to create a lush entrance to the home.
Once completely unusable, this sloped backyard was transformed into an amazing space with outdoor dining, a large fire pit and a grilling area. The project required extensive grading, rock outcropping and drainage to create the ideal outdoor atmosphere. A variety of plants were used to make the space feel lively.
When redoing a fireplace, you can get a sophisticated look at a lower cost. For the hearth, Terracotta Design Build used 12-by-12 porcelain tile in a dark color that looks like slate, but was more affordable. They cut the tile into little 3- by-12s and installed it in a herringbone pattern. "That’s a great way to get what really is a high-end look and finsh for hardly any cost," says architect and interior designer Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson.