An all-pink, tiled bathroom is too cramped for this soon-to-be family of three. In need of more space, the wall between the bath and living room is knocked down. With a clean slate to work with, the homeowners' love for water and fish becomes the theme for the new space. A massive, 150-gallon saltwater aquarium is the focal point of the room. A 'his' shower with a rain showerhead and custom tile sits on one side of the tank, while a 'hers' relaxing air bath is on the other. Above the tub are reclaimed wood beams with cove lighting for a glowing effect. Custom double vanities add much needed space while dark, bamboo floors complete the rustic, rainforest feel.
This bathroom was beat: seven people using it every morning had taken a toll. The Bath Crashers team came in and turned it into a Vegas-inspired getaway. A steam shower, infinity tub with bubbles and lights, Egyptian glass tile and custom vanities make this a room the parents never want to leave. No more vacations in Vegas: they've got everything they need right at home.
Before, this bathroom was stuck in the 80s, featuring giant globe lights, puffy silver wallpaper and cheesy fixtures. A leaking skylight only added to the misery. Bath Crashers transformed the space into a dream escape for a single mom. A clawfoot tub, gorgeous built-ins painted the color of a Tiffany box, a sexy stand-alone shower and an elegant ceiling medallion complete the look. And if the homeowner wants to close out the rest of the world, all she has to do is shut the double-tufted, leather-encased doors.
A tacky bathroom clad in mirrors becomes a retreat with a massive shower room that includes a freestanding tub with a waterfall flowing behind it. A custom metal vanity is welded and topped with a recycled glass countertop and black resin sinks. Exotic wood floors warm the whole space along with a custom art piece radiator and romantic candle feature.
Bath Crashers turns the big, boring and cold space they have into a rustic room with a modern-day twist. Living in a heavily wooded area helps set the theme for the new look. In the center of the room is one of two vanities, which sits in front of a stunning floor to ceiling reclaimed wood wall that looks like an elaborate puzzle. This wall also separates the space behind it, a massive walk-in shower with acrylic waterproof panels. The sides of this space contain a "hers" make-up station which sits next to a wall-mounted fireplace adorned with copper panels, and a tub for the ultimate relaxation this couple will need in their "woodland" escape.
These homeowners love to hunt and were looking for a place to relax after a weekend in the woods. Bath Crashers turned their bizarre before bathroom, with green carpeting and a giant pink tub, into the cabin-like get away of their dreams. A giant soaker tub sits in front of a gas fireplace, topped by a concealed flat-screen TV. Reclaimed barn wood provides a dramatic accent over the vanity. The floor is a stunning mix of more reclaimed wood and slate. Rustic, relaxing and warm. Exactly what the outdoors-loving homeowners wanted.
Bath Crashers turns beige and boring into crisp and clean with a white tin ceiling, rich dark floors and grey porcelain and glass tile lining the walls. Showering becomes an experience with an electronic steam unit and digital body sprays, and a large soaking tub gives the room an area for relaxation. Two floating sinks hang below a massive mirror, which serves two purposes with a TV built into it. And a hidden, rotating door becomes a unique way to separate the bathroom from their brand-new custom closet.
This 70s disaster bath is transformed into a contemporary getaway with modern and rustic elements including cork floors and a metal vanity topped with walnut. The closet is completely blown out to become a one-of-a-kind backdrop with curved walls, custom metal rods and a textured wall treatment. A massive square tub shares space with the new shower and both are set behind switchable privacy glass.
The collision of industrial materials like brick, metal and concrete with wood, pebble and antique fixtures create a unique loft feel in this master bath. A concrete deck is topped with a freestanding tub surrounded by pebble with a terraced brick backdrop. A massive shower for two is accented with stacked glass subway tile, a metal ladder for towel storage and chipped edge shower glass. Custom art pieces really top this off from the hand-poured concrete countertop with integrated ramp sinks to the metal chandelier with exposed Edison bulbs.
A small bathroom is transformed into a space for two in this remodel. Using the bedroom next door will give the homeowners the private space they need, while transforming the old space into a powder room for their guests. Separated by the pocket door, the two rooms share a rustic theme. Both have wood vanities with custom-made concrete counter-tops and stone floors in a herringbone pattern. The homeowner side gets a few other amenities including a large shower, copper tub that sits on a bed of rocks and reclaimed ceiling beams which also serve as a light fixture.
A small and grungy bath with side-by-side toilets takes on a big new personality. Space is taken from the master bedroom and outfitted with modern amenities. Bamboo flooring and vanities highlight the new room, which also features a huge soaker tub, separate shower with multiple body sprays, subway tile framing a large mirror for two, and a single, water-saving throne hidden behind a half-wall with frosted glass and built-in shelving.
A boring, builder grade bath is steeped in Las Vegas luxury as high end spa touches are built-in everywhere including a steam shower for two with lights, music and water shooting from every direction. Bamboo lines the floors and glass tile goes up the wall to showcase two floating vanities topped with stone and glass vessel sinks. A crisp white tub looks sleek in the space and comes alive at night with Chroma therapy lighting, jets and a built-in radio.
A bathroom big enough for one gets the Bath Crasher treatment by busting into an adjoining room to steal space. From there, it's all about luxury with a huge shower and seven body sprays, a soaker tub built for two, and unique double-sink vanity. Walls are framed with molded wood panels, and a state of the art floor heating grid is topped with three different size tiles to make for a warm, colorful footprint.
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