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Bathroom Before And After

Bathroom Before And After

Change Your Bathroom, Inc. AFTER: Anderson was drawn to the wet-room designs he had experienced living in Japan, and designer Michelle Fee of Change Your Bathroom was able to make the most of the space with a reconfiguration that placed a free-standing tub-shower combination at the far end of the room. A stacked-stone wall gives the bathroom a strong focal point, while pebbled tile feels wonderful underfoot and provides good traction.Other improvements included replacing French doors with shoji screens and adding a large floating vanity with lots of storage, undercabinet lighting and a ceiling speaker that can be controlled by smartphone. See the rest of this bathroom makeover
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Bathroom Before And After

Before Photo Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc 2. Dilapidated 1970s Bathroom Gets Inspiration From a Dilapidated Mansion BEFORE: The state of the bathroom in this 1912 Colonial-style home in New Jersey was sending the whole family up to the third floor to use the facilities because they couldn’t stand the cracked tiles, 12-inch-high tub, awkward layout and dated colors in the main bath. While walking through a once-grand old house during an estate sale and seeing its fabulous colors and tile patterns, homeowner Jody Suden had a clear vision for the bathroom makeover in her own home.
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Bathroom Before And After

Before Photo 19. Homeowners and Their Builder Create a New and Improved Version of the Original BEFORE: These clients loved their Philadelphia bathroom’s vintage charms, but its state of disrepair forced a renovation. The bathroom had been patched together for as long as possible, but damage from a leak upstairs meant the homeowners could no longer put off gutting. Working with Matt Capitolo, owner of Whitefield & Co., a design-build firm, they created a bathroom in keeping with the Colonial style of their 1920s home.
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Bathroom Before And After

Maybe it’s that 1980s soaking tub with the giant surround, or maybe you’re prepping for resale, or perhaps an overhead flood is to blame. Maybe it’s just time for a change. Whatever the motivation behind them, bathroom renovations are one of the projects homeowners put the most effort and investment into. Here are 19 of the most dramatic before-and-after bathroom stories from Houzz, from budget-friendly to luxe. Related: How Much Does a Bathroom Remodel Cost?
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Bathroom Before And After

2. Dilapidated 1970s Bathroom Gets Inspiration From a Dilapidated Mansion BEFORE: The state of the bathroom in this 1912 Colonial-style home in New Jersey was sending the whole family up to the third floor to use the facilities because they couldn’t stand the cracked tiles, 12-inch-high tub, awkward layout and dated colors in the main bath. While walking through a once-grand old house during an estate sale and seeing its fabulous colors and tile patterns, homeowner Jody Suden had a clear vision for the bathroom makeover in her own home.
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Bathroom Before And After

19. Homeowners and Their Builder Create a New and Improved Version of the Original BEFORE: These clients loved their Philadelphia bathroom’s vintage charms, but its state of disrepair forced a renovation. The bathroom had been patched together for as long as possible, but damage from a leak upstairs meant the homeowners could no longer put off gutting. Working with Matt Capitolo, owner of Whitefield & Co., a design-build firm, they created a bathroom in keeping with the Colonial style of their 1920s home.
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Bathroom Before And After

AFTER: Anderson was drawn to the wet-room designs he had experienced living in Japan, and designer Michelle Fee of Change Your Bathroom was able to make the most of the space with a reconfiguration that placed a free-standing tub-shower combination at the far end of the room. A stacked-stone wall gives the bathroom a strong focal point, while pebbled tile feels wonderful underfoot and provides good traction.Other improvements included replacing French doors with shoji screens and adding a large floating vanity with lots of storage, undercabinet lighting and a ceiling speaker that can be controlled by smartphone. See the rest of this bathroom makeover
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Bathroom Before And After

Previous11 Impressive Dining Room Makeovers view gallery 20 Photos Get inspired to make over your bathroom with these gorgeous before and after photos and simple, clever tips. Plus, get more bathroom decor ideas. More view gallery
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Get inspired to make over your bathroom with these gorgeous before and after photos and simple, clever tips. Plus, get more bathroom decor ideas. More view gallery
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After: A Glamorous Retreat Chic grass-cloth wallpaper, the starting point for this makeover, lightened up the room significantly. After, the rest of the room followed suit. The solution to the vanity dilemma was to install an open unit, which keeps the room feeling spacious. Calacatta gold marble was the splurge in this $6,600 makeover; it keeps with the bathroom’s sophisticated aura. The black-vein stone stretches across the floor and partially up the wall behind the vanity for a cohesive look. Shop bathroom vanities now!
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Woah! If this small bathroom can get such a great makeover, mine can too. Great ideas and inspiration for a small bathroom design. Classic subway tile, hale navy paint, and metallic accents. This bathroom makeover is incredible!
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A bathroom renovation can be a big undertaking, but it can also make a dramatic difference in the feel and resale value of your home. But before you start any complex and costly project, it’s best to begin with some research and inspiration. We’ve gathered 13 incredible bathroom makeovers that show how dated and cramped baths can be transformed into open and serene spaces. From luxurious rooms clad in marble and mosaics to airy, spalike spaces, these rooms by some of the world’s top designers, including Nate Berkus, David Netto, and Sara Story, are filled with ideas for your next remodeling project.
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Before: Cramped and Creaky The salmon-color ceramic tile and matching sink and toilet weren’t this bathroom’s only problems. The wall-mount sink also lacked the storage space needed in this small room. Not sure where to start? Get the Bathroom Planning Guide and get tips from the pros, estimates on materials costs, and more!
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Before: Old and Outdated This cramped 5×8-foot bathroom was desperate for a redo. For starters, the old cast-iron tub and tile were original to the house, built in 1928. The no-frills space also featured a porcelain finish that was worn and gray, a peeling fake frosted-glass window, and almost no storage. Get quotes for a bathroom remodel from professionals in your area.
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Before: Outdated and Out of Style This bathroom was grimy, outdated, and plain. Almost zero storage space left rolls of toilet paper stored in plain sight. Between the simple bulb light, the white shower curtain, and the standard tile walls, this bathroom was anything but stylish.
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Before: Bland Home Office This upper-level office off a master bedroom needed an update, and the homeowners needed a bathroom. Where there once was a makeshift office, now there is a peaceful master bath, complete with a roomy shower and a built-in tub. Get tips from professionals, common floor plans, and other must-have information in our Bathroom Planning Guide.
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Before: Trouble with Tile This bathroom was a rescue mission. Half of the green tiles were in good shape so, to keep on budget, they were removed, sorted, and then reinstalled to give the bathroom a beautiful new look without waste. Remodel like a pro with these tips!
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Before: Awkward Use of Space The bulky, dark vanity was a visual sore spot in this bathroom. The floor plan allowed for only a small sliver of space for the vanity. New cabinetry would have provided a fresh look, but it wouldn’t get rid of the bathroom’s cramped feel. Reconfiguring the floor plan to accommodate a larger unit would have significantly added to the cost.
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After: Stunning New Bath Plumbing and color turn this former office area into a calm, soothing bathroom. A white soaking tub is nestled under the slanted ceiling to maximize space throughout the rest of the room. A simple, open vanity provides easy access to storage and prevents the dark espresso color from weighing down the space. A glass top and vessel sink add contemporary flair to the new bathroom.
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After: Contemporary Classic A sleek, storage-rich vanity sets the tone in the reorganized bathroom. An off-center sink allows space for setting grooming tools, and pretty tile and interesting details make this a room to remember. See the full bathroom here!
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Before Photo Sarah Greenman 10. Binoculars Win the Most Valuable Tool Award During This Makeover BEFORE: Homeowners Obbie and Connie Atkinson did the bulk of the work converting this canning porch into an inviting farmhouse-style bathroom themselves, spending only about $3,500. They saved in all kinds of inspiring ways. For example, Connie spied the perfect 1930s sink she’d been scouting online across a river, thanks to her handy binoculars. Obbie fetched it, hauling it across the river and a field to get it to the car.
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Before Photo 7. Mixing Old and New in Big Easy Fashion BEFORE: In this vintage Metairie, Louisiana, home, a bedroom with a tiled floor was converted into the master bathroom. The construction was part of remodeling a two-family condo back into a single-family home. Here you can see the original barge boards, a building material common to the region back in the day. They boards were repurposed from Mississippi River barges.

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