As seen on HGTV's Good Bones, Karen and Mina added a full guest bathroom to the upper floor of this home. The double vanity with large mirror and pendant lighting gives the space plenty of room for guests to get ready, while the white, subway tile backsplash in the shower adds some glamor to this space.
Relaxation meets Second Empire style in this luxurious bathroom suite. Marble flooring leads to a large soaking tub, powder table and vanity topped with lighter-toned marble. The walk-in shower is well-lit by a beautiful chandelier.
Designer Julie Holloway brings a bold, rich look to the second floor bedroom bath with this romantic wall covering that, along with the bamboo blinds, continues the story of "nature" that reoccurs throughout this idea home.
Bathroom remodels often don’t bring the highest returns simply because they’re expensive to begin with, but if you’re adding a second bath where you only had one before — or if you’re operating in a hot real estate market — remodeling can be a very smart move. Jan Goldman, owner of renovation and design firm Kitchen Elements, has a tip for creating space: no windows over tubs. “Who needs a window in the bath that you’ll never open?” she says. “It’s a design flaw that many builders indulge in. Typically, if you move the window somewhere else, the floor space will open up.” In this bath, that move created room for more than nine feet of prime counter space.