When HGTV fan rachelcar decided to renovate, she wanted to create an urban, chic bathroom. She opted for vessel sinks and retrofitted dressers rather than typical cabinetry.
Small But Sassy
A small space doesn't have to mean a diminutive vanity. In this tiny powder room, HGTV fan KarenSpirit replaced a pedestal sink with a more substantial, freestanding vanity. Choosing an undermount sink and adding a clever tile accent along the walls makes the room look larger.
A Pair of Pretty Pedestals
This master bathroom renovation is many years in the making. HGTV fan paintingismypassion chose his-and-hers pedestal sinks with a granite-topped cabinet in between and another storage solution above.
Travertine and Copper
This spa-inspired, DIY bathroom by HGTV fan inputplease begs for attention. A duo of travertine sinks and copper faucets are the icing atop a vanity that boasts cabinet and drawer space. Another fave detail: the laundry chute. A sensible amenity for this attic turned bath retreat.
Copper, Bronze & Stone
HGTV fan vickiborn chose a custom-built cabinet to pair with a hammered copper sink and bronze faucet. She added smart built-in niches, a stone accent wall and dared to go beyond a white toilet for a stunning combination of color, texture and style.
HGTV fan Colleen_Christine likes the look of spindle-leg sink consoles — but not the high price tags. She found this bargain that needed TLC, and with vision and paint, created a custom piece that looks like a million bucks.
Granite & Glass
HGTV fan FabSusan calls this space her Venetian guest bath, and what a treat for company! Susan was inspired by this Italian granite that she chose to top with a glass vessel sink. A great way to show off a beautiful piece of stone.
Modern and Wall-Mounted
HGTV fan Timdreese chose to go ultra modern when he renovated his 1960s master bath. A wall-mounted, Italian sink is a high-style choice. Though not ideal for a renovator wanting a lower-priced look or someone who prefers an expanse of counter, it's a beautiful look.