As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, a view of the theater room is now possible after renovation and partial wall removal in the nearby kitchen. A shared island counter offers a space for casual dining while luxurious wallpaper and 3D tin ceiling tiles add depth to the room's design. The floor to ceiling cinema drapes are on a motorized track to allow moviegoers to open and close them at the push of a button.
As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, the outdated kitchen has been newly renovated with a cast iron stove, custom copper hood vent and a pot filler faucet set against a natural stone. The custom built cabinets feature upper and under lighting and crystal bling hardware.
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, the backyard of this Lantana, FL mansion overlooking the Palm Beach intercoastal waterway features a functional and beautiful outdoor kitchen complimented by Eclectic Design International wood furniture.
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, Vanilla Ice and his ninjas transform a cramped 80s kitchen/living area into a multi-million dollar masterpiece. The theater room after the renovation features motorized cinema drapes, luxe wallpaper and a custom built entertainment center displaying a 75" TV.
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.
As seen on The Vanilla Ice Project, this outdated bathroom got a much needed facelift. An old glass-block shower was transformed with tempered glass doors, 12 shower heads and Turkish marble tiles. The vanity is complete with a natural onyx countertop and eye-catching mirror jewelry.
Vanilla Ice poses in front of the new exterior of this Palm Beach mansion. Before they started the renovation this area was overgrown and the driveway only led to the garage. The front door was formerly 8 feet high instead of 12 feet height it is now.