More Beautiful Bathroom Makeovers From HGTV Fans

Get ready to tackle your own bathroom redo with these inspiring before-and-after transformations.

Before: Outdated & Unappealing

HGTV fan Snugy transformed a 1950s eyesore into a top-rated bathroom.

After: Contemporary & Clean

Cabinets bought at a home improvement warehouse helped keep HGTV fan Snugy's budget low.

Before: Psychadelic Wallpaper

A busy wallpaper pattern made this small powder room look even smaller. Photo by HGTV fan dropsofJupiter

After: Green & Guest-Ready

HGTV fan dropsofJupiter incorporated travertine tile, a carved mirror and vanity, and vintage botanical art to create a fresh and elegant look.

Before: Got Florals?

HGTV fan lizardshop wanted to change her country-style bathroom on a budget.

After: Boy-Friendly Bath

HGTV fan lizardshop found a palette she said is perfect for a house full of boys. A transformation for less than $500!

Before: Scary Wallpaper

HGTV fan Perri wasn't a fan of this bold wallcovering and red accessories.

After: Serene and Lion-Free

HGTV fan Perri paired existing subway tile with a warm paint color, elegant light fixtures and roman shades for an understated, classic look.

Before: Messy Storage Closet

HGTV fan Mrs_d has spent more than three years restoring an old farmhouse. This storage closet used to be a bedroom.

After: Step Back in Time

It was very important that this bathroom renovation stay true to the history of the home. HGTV fan Mrs_d opted for charming wallpaper, hardwood and plenty of architectural detail. She stores necessities in an antique chest of drawers and an old jelly cabinet.

Before: Tiny & Timeworn

Dated wallpaper and oversized cabinetry are doing nothing for this small bathroom. Photo by HGTV fan On_the-east-twin

After: Deco Beauty

HGTV fan On_the_east_twin transformed the space by starting with a wallpaper pattern she loved.

Before: Seeing Red

HGTV fan bochou tackled this bathroom reno, which included the removal of red tile and changing out a window.

After: Sleek & Modern

HGTV fan bochou replaced the expanse of red tile with neutral finishes and added dramatic faucets and artwork.

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