Tired to Fresh – Before. After years of living in their home, these homeowners were tired of their bathroom’s tan walls, built-in tub and gold-framed shower. After. White walls, a freestanding tub and a glass-walled shower provide the new look the homeowners wanted. Joann Kandrac and Kelly Kole of Kandrac & Kole Interior Designs made these updates without drastically changing the layout.
Wall papers or paints matching the color scheme of the bathroom are very popular these days. Current trends in remodeling bathroom include vinyl or concrete flooring instead of tile flooring. The concrete can be colored to suit the color scheme of the bathroom. This is particularly good as the there are lot of water exposure in floors and concrete flooring will last longer.
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Unused Space to Oasis – Before. The patio outside the master bathroom wasn’t being used, so the homeowners decided to turn it into an outdoor shower as part of their bathroom remodel. After. Frosted glass walls give the California homeowners privacy while they enjoy their new outdoor showering oasis. Designers Sol Quintana Wagoner and Marisela Contreras of Jackson Design & Remodeling used weatherproof materials and hardware to keep this extended bathing space looking great and working well.
Ho-Hum to Inviting – Before. The clients thought their bathroom was spacious, especially for New York City, but they wanted it to have more personality and function. After. By combining the shower and tub, designer Nicholas Kaess of NYKB was able to add storage, a stackable washer and dryer, and a sitting area for applying makeup. New style touches include antique brass finishes, Carrara marble countertops and a gold-tone grille over the radiator along the back wall.
Blah Beige to Beautiful Blue – Before. A bulky vanity and a sliding shower door make this Eichler home’s bathroom feel cramped and dark. After. Vibrant blue tiles in an oversized hexagon pattern give the bathroom an immediate focal point. Next, the client got design advice from designer Pamela Lin of Urbanism Designs and had this custom vanity made for the space. Across from the vanity, the bathroom has a tub-shower combo with a glass panel.