Two poorly laid out bathrooms are turned over to Bath Crashers to build back one Mid-Century Modern space that will fit with the rest of the home. Once the walls are knocked down, it leaves enough space to create a room full of intricate angles designed to capture the eye and make the space feel bigger. The shower room is spacious with modern tiles and fixtures. A sleek soaking tub sits in front a wall of tile that packs a colorful punch with its graffiti design. The floor is laid out in a contemporary chevron pattern and a glowing wall feature is created using paintballs with bright colors.
A neglected cabin, last touched in the 1970s, gets a full-on makeover courtesy of Blog Cabin. Bath Crashers tackles the master suite, creating a contemporary mountain retreat designed to take in the views and pamper the lucky person who will eventually call this place home. There's a shower with tons of body sprays and a multi-head rain fixture overhead that changes colors depending on the mood. The vanity is one of a kind, a former entertainment center that now has plenty of storage and style. On the walls, wood and rock pay tribute to the beautiful, rustic mountain setting. The furnishing are all-out luxury, from the super comfy bed, to the gorgeous floors, to the custom storage cabinetry. This master suite is all about 'roughing it' with style and comfort!
This bathroom is too small to create the modern, industrial space these homeowners would love to have. Taking over an unused dining room next door gives Bath Crashers the space they need to create a sleek new layout that has dark concrete on the floors and is featured on a wall behind a bright white soaking tub. The shower is big, open and packed with nine different fixtures, which are all controlled digitally. Bath Crashers expanded the space even further, building an addition to house a custom sauna. Music will play through two waterproof speakers, one of which will go into the two-person sauna that's wrapped in cedar and special lighting.
Small, narrow, and mundane becomes roomier with touches of farmhouse charm. The space expands into the master bedroom and features a vaulted ceiling with reclaimed wood planks and beams. A vintage-looking, ombre hued tub and chrome filler take over the area once occupied by an unused whirlpool tub. Wall-mounted farmhouse sinks with chrome fixtures line one wall, with subway tile backsplash and vintage sconce lighting. A steel frame, welded and patina'd on site, fronts two of the large shower glass panels to give it an industrial window look, and four galvanized steel farm buckets, drilled with holes and soaked in vinegar, are transformed into ceiling mounted light fixtures.
An awkward bathroom is given style and functionality when two space-eating closets are removed. The new space is filled with a standing soaker tub, teak wood storage shelves and a shower nearly double its original size.
Bath Crashers takes a boring before and creates the ultimate after with a modern spa for these homeowners. Everything is broken down into 'his' and 'hers' stations. A fire feature is a separating wall between the bedroom and bathroom. Two vanities mirror each other on opposite sides of the space, which are given a modern detail using belts. The shower is a step higher than the rest of the room with two shower stations on either side and a floor to ceiling window that sits between each station, which provides a view of the wooded backyard.
A family's small master bathroom is combined with their outdoor pool area to create a dual-purpose modern spa and pool space. The luxurious new suite includes a back-lit vanity and a multi-purpose shower.
An ugly, carpeted bathroom is transformed into a modern spa with amenities to perfectly fit the needs of the homeowner who loves to sing. The suite now includes an acoustical wall panel with sound-proofing foam and speakers.
A moldy bathroom too small and dark to do makeup in, let alone much else, is transformed into a large, warm, well-lit space featuring spa-like amenities. A large hammered copper slipper tub catches the eye first, with an oil rubbed bronze tub filler sitting atop an acacia wood floor. A 2-sided 'look through' fireplace perched next to the tub is surrounded by multi-hued stacked stone. The expanded shower is decked out with large format porcelain tiles on the wall, pebbles on the floor, a large rain shower head, and tiled bench. The space is completed with an accent wall made of copper pennies-turned-into-tiles, and a towel rack/towel bar fashioned from copper pipe.
These homeowners have always wanted a master suite, but when their current bathroom only has room for one, Bath Crashers must steal space from a bedroom next door to give them this: a 2-part bathroom with a powder room for guests and a main space with the works. Operable frosted glass panels separate the rooms and add privacy. The shower is a 3-sided glass box with a waterfall tile pattern and rain-showerhead. A long ash countertop that doubles as a vanity and make-up area sits below a wall of mirrors, windows and a disappearing TV while the silver-leafed ceiling glows with a pop of orange and LED lights.
Bath Crashers helps mountain-dwelling homeowners create the rustic and modern retreat of their dreams. The small space is transformed into a spacious suite with a multi-head shower, a jetted tub and fireplace.
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