Working with his crew, Vanilla Ice decides to practice his painting skills on this master bathroom wall that needs to be torn down. He knows his crew can get a little crazy and anything can happen when his crew starts to teardown walls, so he clearly marks what gets the sledgehammer and what doesn’t.
The second floor balcony and ceiling can be seen from the first floor great room so it was imperative the design would continue all the way upstairs. The team removed the upstairs carpet and replaced it with new hardwood floors. The black iron work railing was then refinished in a pale gold trim. The pendant lights installed draw your eye up to the newly finished ceiling which was customized with faux tin tile. Creating an impressive entranceway to the upstairs bedroom as well as a good impression upon entering the home.
This kitchen now features a marble counter top island that gives the room a larger feel. New appliances and outlets make this kitchen a work of art. The custom mural from artist Joe Brown makes you feel like royalty and the new dark wood cabinets and tile tie the kitchen design together.
As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, Wes and Jeremy removed the original door's wooden panels and replaced them with 3/4" tempered glass panes to create an inviting front entryway. The 10-foot solid wood doors are flanked by gorgeous cultured stone bricks.
This renovated upstairs bedroom is now a beach bum paradise. Brand new carpet, a modern ceiling fan, ocean blue window treatments and surf art help tie this room to its close proximity to the beach. The Vanilla Ice Project Team also incorporated it with exchangeable wall fixtures so technology can be adapted where you need it.
As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, Rob poses on the pirate ship that serves as the centerpiece of a 500 square foot water park and splash pad on his Palm Beach, Florida beachfront project. Bonus: the canons that adorn the ship's banner can be programmed to shoot water as well.
As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, this master bath was completely renovated with raised bamboo flooring, DIY bamboo thatch ceiling, soaking tub, freestanding faucet and soft lighting. HGTV Design Star, David Bromstad, helped turn this old office space and hallway into a luxurious retreat.
As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, Vanilla Ice and his ninjas transform a cramped 80's kitchen/living area into a multi-million dollar masterpiece featuring a home theater, onyx countertops, custom cabinets and a glowing jellyfish tank. The theater room after the renovation features floor to ceiling drapes, 3-D tin ceiling tiles that add depth and a creative design element, and recessed lighting that provides a warm and inviting color palate.