Luxurious Bathroom Makeovers From Our Stars

Our designers know a thing or two about creating luxurious bathrooms. Relax into these spa-worthy retreats and learn how to take your bathroom from blah to beautiful.

  • Luxurious Gray Retreat

    Cool and chic, this master bathroom designed by Sarah Richardson of Sarah's House mixes marble with other nature stone elements. A pair of sleek hexagonal mirrors hang above a custom double vanity while a freestanding tub brings a contemporary feel to the space.

  • Tech Savvy Bathroom

    For this stunning bathroom, designer Candice Olson of Candice Tells All pulls out all the technology stops, including heated flooring, a steam shower and a remote-controlled toilet that features a nightlight, bidet and even a self-cleaning function. Large square tiles form the wall behind the freestanding tub adding glamorous sparkle. Candice brings character to the room by repurposing the homeowner's dresser as the vanity.

  • Refined Contemporary

    This bright and airy master bathroom is a true retreat away from it all. A glass enclosed shower and two floating vanities allow the eye to flow through the space. The wow factor is a curtain of crystal-like beads used to create a waterfall accent wall around the window. Design by Candice Olson.

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    Open Bathroom Retreat

    Contractor Chip Wade of Elbow Room turns an attic into a breathtaking master suite with a sleek bathroom that opens up to the bedroom. The centerpiece of the room is a freestanding tub, which is flanked by matching his-and-her vanities. Behind the curtains is a large walk-in shower and extra dressing area.

  • Seamless Style

    For this swanky bathroom, contractor Stephen Fanuka of Million Dollar Contractor uses marble throughout the space for pure luxury. To create a high-end, seamless look, he meticulously selects the cuts of marble so the veining lines up from the floor to the tub surround to the backsplash.

  • Modern Design, Modern Conveniences

    This modern bathroom feels like a soothing spa. Designer Candice Olson of Candice Tells All fills the space with luxurious amenities, including heated flooring, a deep soaker tub and two-person rain showerhead. For wow factor, Candice hangs faceted chains as a window treatment behind the tub.

  • Clean and Bright Tiles

    A double-wide, glass-enclosed shower designed by Drew and Jonathan Scott of Buying and Selling is the centerpiece of this simple yet elegant bathroom. Large cream-colored tile on the lower half of the shower contrasts against the small glass tiles used on the floor and top of the shower. The clean, reflective surfaces of the tile make the entire bathroom brighter.

  • Cottage Charm

    Designer Sarah Richardson of Sarah's House brings in incredible soft, filtered light with a skylight above the tub. A vintage table is transformed into a vanity with a marble top. For the bathroom flooring, luxurious marble is honed and sealed so it's not slippery and will last forever.

  • Bring on the Marble

    Carrara marble is used throughout this entire bathroom for an upscale look. To create dimension and texture, designer Dina Manzo of Dina's Party uses different cuts of stone: subway tile, hexagon, mosaic and pencil pieces. Custom tone-on-tone wallpaper matches the gray and cream hues in the marble for a cohesive look.

  • Country Blue

    Designer Sarah Richardson of Sarah's House creates a family-friendly bathroom with a classic blue-and-white palette. For an updated country style, she repurposes a pair of antique chest of drawers as vanities and hangs cheery checked curtains. A deep soaker tub with a modern silhouette brings a freshness to the space.

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    Bathing Beauty

    Custom designed architectural details frame the freestanding tub in this brilliant blue bathroom. Contractor Chip Wade of Elbow Room brings in a sisal area rug and jute rope accents to add a natural and beachy touch to this contemporary space.

  • Old World Bathroom

    In his family's home in northern Italy, designer Brian Boitano of The Brian Boitano Project transforms a dark space into a rustic Italian bathroom. As a nod to the home's heritage, Brian leaves areas of the home's original stone walls exposed while stone vessel sinks and a zinc tub add to the bathroom's Old World feel.

  • Posh Hardware

    The right hardware takes your bathroom to the next level. Designer Sarah Richardson of Sarah's House selects sleek chrome shower fixtures and faucets for this contemporary bathroom. To create a refined style, she uses glass mosaic tiles in the shower and a marble countertop for the vanity.

  • Chic Contemporary

    Unexpected materials give this bathroom a modern feel. Designer Jillian Harris of Love It or List It, Too pairs a square vessel sink with butcher block countertops. Striped floor tiles ground the space and lead to a large walk-in shower.

  • Striking Tile Design

    A tight space doesn't mean you have to skimp on style. Contractors Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri of Cousins on Call make a big impact in this small bath by installing glass tiles in varying shades of blues, grays and black from the floor to ceiling.

  • Spa-Inspired Shower

    A custom shower designed by Chip Wade of Elbow Room features floor-to-ceiling rectangular tiles and a spa-inspired floor made from exotic ipe wood. The wood helps break up the tile used throughout the bathroom and adds warmth to the space. A recessed nook blends seamlessly into the tile while providing much-needed storage.

  • Neutral yet Ritzy

    This master bathroom designed by Stephen Fanuka of Million Dollar Contractor features luxurious hand-painted wallpaper and a custom Carrara marble shower. Even though the materials have varying textures, he keeps the look clean with a monochromatic color palette.

  • Resort-Inspired Bath

    Contractor Chip Wade of Elbow Room designs an open floor plan master suite. Hotel-style mirror panels act as a central divider between the bedroom, vanity area and large walk-through closet. The entire space evokes a resort-like feel at home.

  • Clean and Contemporary

    Dark gray floor tiles provide a strong contrast in this otherwise bright white bathroom. Tarek and Christina El Moussa of Flip or Flop use glass tiles in the shower for a high-end, custom look. A quartz countertop is paired with shaker-style white cabinetry for a chic, modern vanity.

  • Gray Sophistication

    Marble takes an ordinary bathroom from bland to brilliant by bouncing the light around to make even a small bathroom feel much brighter and more spacious. Contractor Stephen Fanuka of Million Dollar Contractor uses oversized marble tiles on the floor and in the shower to create this lavish bathroom.

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