Careful attention to design ensured that this already-small bathroom would not feel closed in. Wine boxes add beautiful, warm color and create easy storage. A skirt for the sink provides extra storage underneath, and the pages of an old book are taped to the wall for inexpensive and effective decoration.
This master bathroom used to be dark and claustrophobic, so with the renovation, designers added plenty of light to the space with canned lighting and a modern light fixture. The modern tub gives the homeowner plenty of space to soak after a long day, while the double vanity gives the space plenty of storage.
Geometric, black and white patterned floor tile injects a dash of whimsy and a lot of style into this bathroom. Flat panel wooden drawers neutralize the graphic floor and add warmth to the all-white space. Black fixtures give the vanity a contemporary look.
The same patterned artisan tile used throughout the restaurant is used in the restroom, creating a harmonious sense of cohesion and flow. Geometric sconces play off the geometric tiles, and wood-look tile adds a splash of warmth to the space.
The exclusive use of white in this bathroom design highlights the light and spacious feel of the room. A skylight and window let in natural light to accentuate the airy feel and provide a connection to the outdoors. Interior potted plants add a pop of vivid color against the monochromatic backdrop. A full body mirror and simple table storage fill the space while keeping the look uncluttered.
Steve and Staci bought their home 8 years ago and are at wits end when it comes to their dingy and desperately out of date bathroom. Watch as Host Jeff Devlin takes on the challenge of transforming the space from grimy to gorgeous with stylish details like a custom floating vanity, photo-realistic stone shower panels, teak ceiling light feature and an ornate floor design that's sure to add a touch of class.
Homeowners Paul and Jean have a bathroom that's too big for its own good. An oversized vanity, unnecessary cabinets, and a huge, outdated tub deck are making this bathroom feel cramped and uncomfortable. But, Jeff Devlin is here to change all that! Watch, as he installs a sleek new shower, bamboo flooring, floating vanities, and a clever sound system that'll bring lots of fun and a modern, open feel to this big, bland bathroom.
Andrea & Mike made an agreement they wouldn't even move in to their new home until making some improvements. First up is the small, dingy upstairs bathroom. Host Jeff Devlin helps by ripping out the strange flower soffit lighting, decrepit 1960's vanity & the old white tile that covers the bath. He updates the space with modern double vanities, adds bright & easy to clean shower panels, all new top of the line sensor controlled fixtures and a custom-made fiber optic ceiling light turns the ceiling into ambient art. When he's done with the space, these homeowners can't wait to move in.
Dana and Cory refuse to move into their new home until the master bathroom's up to par. While the room's got lots of space, it's an awkward J shape with absolutely no style and barely any function. Watch as host Jeff Devlin takes it over the top, with a steam shower, free-standing jetted tub, leather tiles, motorized wardrobe lift, and even full-size custom wind chimes creating a bath that's beyond move-in ready.
With shiny, outdated brown tiles all over the walls and floor, Laura and Scott's bath is unusable and lacks storage. Host and professional carpenter Jeff Devlin will transform this brown 1980s bathroom into a stylish and functional space with gorgeous Travertino-tiled wainscoting, a floating vanity with a reclaimed wood countertop and nautical touches like porthole mirrors and wall-mounted faucets, a bathtub with jets and a radio, a steam shower and a secret storage closet.
Elizabeth moved into her 1920's bungalow and found out her bathroom belonged back in the 20's. Literally falling apart, with no storage to speak of, this bathroom needs a major make-over. Since Elizabeth's television hosting job requires her to be make-up ready, Jeff Devlin turns her tiny, tired bathroom into an open, elegant space complete with marble tiles and a huge lighted mirror with makeup vanity.
Cory and Danika's 1928 Mediterranean style home has great architectural features as well as classical style and character. But all that charm stops at the main bath. The 1956 bath remodel not only has tiles crumbling off the wall, but the leaky coffin-like shower has forced Cory and Danika to use it as storage space. Jeff Devlin will turn this nightmare of a bath into timeless luxury with tin panels, painted wood floor, antiqued mirrors, and an LED showerhead!
When Aimee and Marcus first bought their 1988 split entry home three years ago they saw a lot of potential. However, they hate facing their least favorite room. Their horribly outdated bathroom with missing tiles and a hard to get into shower. Watch as host Jeff Devlin fixes up this forgotten and forlorn bath by turning it into a seaside inspired space with bright blues, hand made ceramic tiles, conch shell pendant lights and a top of the line shower tub combo giving this couple the bathroom they have always longed for.
Carmen and Joe's bathroom is stuck in the dark ages. Mold is taking over the shower, and the cringe worthy green and pink color scheme isn't helping the mood! Throw in a vanity that's way too low and an ugly and this bathroom's a total eyesore. Watch as host Jeff Devlin shines a little light on a bad situation by adding a gigantic picture window. A larger shower with clear glass walls, and colorful accents to open up and brighten the space.
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