Fixer Upper's Best Bathroom Flips

Chip and Joanna Gaines take dark, cramped bathrooms and turn them into bright, spa-like retreats. Here are nine fabulous renovations from the show to inspire your own makeover.

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Time to Call in the Experts

A bathroom renovation is a messy job, but someone's got to do it. Luckily, Chip and Joanna Gaines are always up to the task. Browse the duo's most beautiful designs and get ideas for your own bathroom makeover.

The 1968 Fixer Upper

Genny and Russ Davis fell in love with a family-friendly neighborhood in Woodway, Texas. This bathroom? Not so much.

The Makeover

Chip and Jo expanded the bathroom, turning it into a luxurious master suite with dual vanities.

The Shower

Decked out in Carrara marble, the new shower is a functional work of art.

The Storage Space

Expanding the bathroom left plenty of room for this beautiful built-in, perfect for storing towels, cleaning supplies and other essentials. See the entire home remodel.

The 1940s Vintage Home

First-time homebuyers Kelsey and Trip took a chance on their Waco, Texas, home. With cracked tiles and foundation issues, the small bathroom was slowly but surely falling apart.

The Makeover

Chip and Jo removed the old tile, painted the walls a light yellow and added beadboard panels. The floor tiles add a unique charm that matches the home's vintage style.

The Shower

For the shower, they chose white subway tile with a dark grout to keep it looking nice and clean. A ruffled shower curtain adds a fun, feminine flair.

The Vanity

We'd argue the reno's standout feature is the vanity — Chip and Jo revived an old dresser, giving it a fresh coat of paint in a warm gray, then added two vessel sinks with old-fashioned hardware. To top it all off, they hung a pair of ornate wood mirrors above the vanity. See more amazing designs from this episode.

The Riverside Home

This recently married couple's master bath had lots of space, but an awkward layout and dated look.

The Makeover

Twin vanities with vessel sinks, glass-front cabinets and a calming color palette outfit the updated bathroom. A new walk-in closet is a welcome added bonus.

The Shower

Stone tile flooring and a glass-enclosed shower with granite tile give off an upscale hotel vibe. See more photos from this episode.

The Craftsman Charmer

Chip, Joanna and newlyweds Kimberly and Blake could see the potential in this master bath.

The Makeover

Chip and Joanna Gaines refinished the original clawfoot tub and used shiplap to create an accent wall. A large mirror framed with matching wood helps pull the entire space together.

The Wall Art

Chip and Joanna also gave the space a romantic, personal touch by etching the homeowners' favorite quote in sheet metal. See the rest of Kimberly and Blake's makeover.

The Messy Midcentury Mod

Gray tile left the master bath in this '60s-inspired home feeling cramped and gloomy.

The Makeover

Trading in the tub for a shower and an earthy color palette make the newly remodeled bathroom feel larger and brighter.

The Vanity

Poured concrete countertops and wood shelving add much-needed texture to the formerly stark bathroom. Dual faucets installed on the walls uphold the original midcentury vibe and save counter space, too. See more stunning photos from this makeover.

The Raggedy Ranch

Angela, a Tallahassee transplant, needed a space that could acommodate both her young son and mother.

The Makeover

The new bathroom features a tiled walk-in shower, quartz countertops and pops of orange against a neutral color scheme. More from this episode.

The Overgrown Ranch

Finding a home to support Paul and Deanna King's large family in a small Texas town presented a challenge for Chip and Jo — and so did the tiny, dated master bathroom.

The Makeover

The master bathroom features black granite countertops with double vanity sinks. The remodel also included refinishing an antique clawfoot tub, a gift from Deanna's brother. See the full makeover.

The Faceless Bunker

The master bath in this couple's fixer upper had actually already been renovated, but didn't match the modern coastal style they had their hearts set on.

The Makeover

Chip and Joanna outfitted the bathroom with new tile, a storage center for linens and other essentials and an enclosed-glass shower. See more before-and-afters from this episode.

The 1937 Craftsman

Homeowner Carolyn loved the layout of the master bath of her craftsman home; however, the black tiles made the space feel dark and cramped.

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The Makeover

Chip and Jo went for big and bright in the new bathroom, replacing the black tile with glossy white subway tile and beadboard wainscoting.

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The Vanity

The renovated bathroom also includes this charming vanity with marble countertops and a trough sink. See more of this Texas mom's home makeover.

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