Designer Matt Muenster helped a busy couple with their bland, beige bathroom. The shower isn't usable, and there is no room for storage in the bathroom.
A mix of materials brings texture and color to the bathroom. A frameless glass shower surround and recycled glass mosaic tile backsplash are installed in the shower.
Matt took on this outdated bathroom with a budget of only $1,000. The vinyl flooring and yellow tub had to go, and the lack of a vanity allowed for no storage space.
The floor gets a hip makeover with chocolate-brown paint, and mosaic glass tile covers the new vanity and mirror frame. Custom decals add flower power to the bathroom.
The owners of this master bathroom wanted the vinyl flooring, small shower and pedestal sink replaced.
The makeover included a new high-end steam shower built for two and an all-in-one vanity with a sink and mirror, sconces and a chandelier.
This vinyl-covered tub and matching vinyl floor needed to be a thing of the past.
Make an existing bathtub BATHtastic! by refurbishing it with copper glass tiles and modern, ceramic floor tile.
Matt helped a homeowner transform her cold, white bathroom. An unnecessary wall and peach floor tile are the first culprits to go.
This new bathroom includes eco-friendly cork flooring and a hand-painted, wallpapered wall which was once cluttered with toiletries. An old cabinet becomes a vanity.
The owners of this khaki-colored bathroom particularly wanted the faux granite countertops and sheet mirror removed.
This bathroom makeover included finding common ground between a couple whose traditional and modern styles collide. Painted white cabinets, a recyled glass countertop and a soothing blue wall color do the trick.
These newlyweds needed to overhaul their bright yellow, nautically themed bathroom. The outdated vanity and wallpaper made the room seem small and crowded.
Gone are the lighthouses. The wallpaper is replaced with aqua-blue paint and tile now covers the vanity wall. A shelf completes the modern, tranquil bathroom.
Transforming this master bathroom would have to include getting rid of the outdated, bulky vanity.
The bathroom now features a high-end, double vanity set with new sinks, faucets and mirrors. A groovy black and white backsplash and cafe color paint perk up the walls to make this bathroom a spa retreat.
Matt helped a young, hip couple whose bathroom was anything but. The owners particularly disliked the low ceiling and outdated vanity.
Everything about this bathroom is modern from the TV mirror to the pebble tile wall and the floating vanity to the eco-friendly elements and artwork.
The owners of this '80s-style master bathroom wanted a more modern space. To do this, the hideous paisley pink wallpaper had to come down.
This bathroom has a distinctive stencil treatment on the walls along with new fixtures. A personal photo printed on canvas gives it a contemporary touch.
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