This chic, Zen bathroom is where the renovation began. The homeowners wanted a space that was more modern and functional, so designers began the design with warm, clean gray tile on the floor and walls. Then, they added just a touch of texture by installing a gray, stone backsplash with recessed mirrors to keep the space looking sleek and clean. Finally, a rich cherry vanity was installed for the finishing touch.
As seen on Home Town, the Carson’s Laurel, MS house had a cramped kitchen and was lacking personality before renovations by hosts Ben and Erin Napier. After renovations, the home now features an updated larger French Country styled kitchen complete with new limestone countertops, stainless steel appliances, new wall and floor tile, distressed cabinet doors and a custom built white oak prep table built by host Ben Napier.
The soaking tub is the highlight of this black and white bathroom. With its updated brass faucet, the tub feels both traditional in appeal and unique and modern in comparison with the recent chrome and silver trend. A black ladder shelf holds towels, and a nearby black stool holds soap and decorative items. Black and white floor tile rounds out the classic but contemporary feel of the space.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah turned a cramped main floor into a gorgeous, open plan kitchen, dining and living space. A dividing wall was removed and converted to a gourmet kitchen island with extra seating and storage. Antique white corbels and vintage wedding cake fixtures add a touch of elegance while a fun mosaic tile backsplash lends youthful charm to the bright space.
The open metal and wood staircase is designed to allow light to filter down and through various floors. Also, the openness creates the illusion of space. The orange color is the same paint color used on the nearby Golden Gate Bridge. The same color is used on the front door and accent tile in the kitchen. The spectacular openness "pulls" visitors toward the stairs and up into the great room upstairs.
The homeowners wanted a simple, modern bedroom design, so designers started with sleek, neutral tile on the floor and a complementary wood paneling on the wall. Then, they added a four post bed and pendant light to create height in the design. For comfort, designers added a silk rug and black and white curtains that help to diffuse the sunlight that comes in through the room's expansive windows.
An all-over white palette paired with dark brown hardwood floors gives this bathroom a crisp, modern look. Black and gray mosaic tiles created a block pattern on the white shower walls, while a gray roof-like structure separates the space, allowing the bathtub to seem divided from the other areas of the bathroom.
Shimmer and metallics bring presence to this traditional, oceanside master bedroom. The homeowner requested remote-controlled shades to control the level of light entering this third floor space with a full wall of windows. Iridescent tile creates a focal point out of the fireplace, while a comfy chair and ottoman in a light-filled corner creates a cozy spot for reading. Custom quartz lamps adorn the bedside tables.
The original plan for the kitchen was to install hardwood floors, but Fixer Upper host Joanna Gaines opted instead for black and white tile, originally planned for use only in a butler's pantry, to give the entire kitchen added personality and a more dynamic look. Stained antique doors, a wooden island and copper elements help provide a warm counterbalance to the striking black and white.
Unable to completely remove a load bearing wall to create an open floor plan, Sarah Richardson widened a doorway and cut a large serving window out of the wall between this kitchen and living room to create a semi-transitional space. She updated the kitchen with a gray subway tile backsplash, new countertops and stainless steel appliances for a chic, contemporary look. As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential.
An upholstered chair in pale blue and white and a silver-framed mirror with curved sides adds luxury and femininity to this white built-in vanity with glass top in the master bathroom. Drawers and cabinets provide plenty of storage, The floor alternates marble and mosaic tile for a touch of modern originality. A magenta orchid adds a pop of color and is a beautiful, natural finishing touch.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah aimed to create a rustic, refined feel in this multi-purpose basement family room. She chose a soft gray wall paint and Brazilian slate floor tiles to complement the home's original stone fireplace. Functional decor such as built-in cabinets and chic metal kindling bins make for a space that is gorgeous yet practical for a growing family of four.
The updated kitchen has new hardwood floors, granite countertops, a subway tile backsplash, two pendant lights, and new stainless fixtures and appliances. The original lower cabinets and island were painted bright white, with modern hardware added. New upper cabinets are taller and offer more storage, and are a more appropriate height for the room, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
A neutral range of floor tiles ties together the taupe bar chairs and light neutral marble countertop. The neutral tones balance the crisp white of the cabinets and backsplash. A pair of pendant lights are fixed over the large island to concentrate extra light over counter space perfect for cooking or eating. A barn door is space efficient and complimentary to the farmhouse style.
The warm tones and finishes in this craftsman style kitchen create a welcoming design. A wood door refrigerator and freezer blend beautifully into the cabinetry. A long island is perfect for in-kitchen eating on the leather barstools with nailhead trim finish. Light, neutral marble floor tile and light walls keep the room bright.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson extended this once cramped bathroom by three feet and installed a luxurious glass shower and volcanic limestone bathtub. The spacious top-of-the-line shower includes a rain shower head, four body jets and a honed marble floor. Sarah also added a blue, hexagonal tile backsplash to match the white and dark blue marble bathroom floors and keep with the room's coastal theme.
This elegant country kitchen fashioned in the style of an English manor features a high ceiling with exposed beams and large window, a kitchen island with pendant lighting, hardwood floors, tiled backsplash and an abundance of cabinet space. Varied cabinet heights prevent an artificial ceiling line from isolating the vaulted ceiling, allowing it to flow more naturally.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson gave this once outdated galley kitchen a fresh updated with new white cabinets, white quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances and bold gray stone floor tile. An extra 48 inches of counter space was added at each end; one side serving as a breakfast table for two and the other as a bar area for the patio beyond.