In this clean-lined guest bathroom at HGTV Dream Home 2014, natural finishes nod to the rustic forest views framed by a large window, while bright white walls and tall ceilings create an airy and spacious feel.
Another reason to work with a designer on your bathroom renovation: using the existing piping will save you big bucks. Relocating utilities like the toilet and the bathtub are no small task: Designer Justin Riordan says it costs about $5,000 each time you move plumbing fixtures.
Look for affordable alternatives to luxe materials. River white granite is one of the most reasonable and durable substitutions for white marble, says Jenn Ryan, owner of Jenn Ryan Designs, an Atlanta custom design build firm.
Being ardent Scuba Divers, the clients requested that their show stopping powder room be a true reflection of their marine expeditions! To create the illusion of flowing water, the designer installed a tile with an aquatic pattern, which when put together created the desired cascading effect. Anchoring this set-up is a dark-stained cherry slab panel door cabinet that hides the plumbing.
Sleek and sophisticated, this custom vanity is stocked with storage options. Designer Tracy Black designed this elegant, oversized piece, which measures an eye-catching nine feet long and 25 inches deep. "A vanity is so much more practical and functional with deep drawers instead of just doors," she says. The roomy drawers and center cabinets easily accommodate bath and beauty products, hair-styling tools and more. The lower open shelf is a practical spot for storing towels or baskets and prevents the vanity from overpowering the room.
Talk about a crash! DIYNetwork's Bath Crashers renovated this bathroom to create a relaxing space with a floating dark wood vanity. Matching vessel sinks sit atop custom quartz countertops and an enclosed glass shower is nearby.
Small details such as a magnifying makeup mirror and an additional medicine cabinet were incorporated on his and hers sides. The countertops were crema marfil with a beveled edge to match the beveled pencil liners which blends perfectly with the Diana Royale tiles. Embracing light and neutral tones, this bathroom shines out in all its glory.
A washstand is a great choice in a bathroom where storage isn't an issue, like this feminine powder room. Designer Christina Stillwaugh of Jessica Lagrange Interiors combined the gold sink and sconces with a dramatic, large-scale floral wallpaper that celebrates the pink tones in the stone floor.
The dorm-style bathroom of HGTV Dream Home 2011 was designed to accommodate large groups with three ceramic vessel sinks and floor-to-ceiling shelving. The red tiled countertop provides a splash of color in the overall neutral space.
The dressing area, within close proximity to the kid’s bedroom at HGTV Green Home 2010, includes a mobile storage shelf and a vanity mirror. The window, flanked by two bulkhead lights, provides a picturesque view of the east lawn.
This older bathroom got a facelift with a new countertop and fixtures to update the space. Matching white medicine cabinets act as mirrors above the double vanity and a small ledge the beadboard backsplash is perfect for displaying treasured trinkets.