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.
After: A Modern Mix of Materials
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.
Before: A Bathroom Showing Its Age
Matt took on this outdated bathroom with a budget of only $1,000.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.
After: Young, Fun and Hip
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.
Before: Old and Bland Shower
The owners of this master bathroom wanted the vinyl flooring, small shower and pedestal sink replaced.
After: Contemporary, Chic and Sleek
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.
Before: Diamond in the Rough
This vinyl-covered tub and matching vinyl floor needed to be a thing of the past.
After: Bronze Beauty
Make an existing bathtub BATHtastic! by refurbishing it with copper glass tiles and modern, ceramic floor tile.
Before: An Overload of White
Matt helped a homeowner transform her cold, white bathroom. An unnecessary wall and peach floor tile are the first culprits to go.
After: Eclectic Red
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.
Before: Cramped Khaki Style
The owners of this khaki-colored bathroom particularly wanted the faux granite countertops and sheet mirror removed.
After: Soothing Blue
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.
Before: This Ship Has Sailed
These newlyweds needed to overhaul their bright yellow, nautically themed bathroom. The outdated vanity and wallpaper made the room seem small and crowded.
After: A Tranquil Ocean Breeze
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.
Before: Bulky Vanity
Transforming this master bathroom would have to include getting rid of the outdated, bulky vanity.
After: Spa Sanctuary
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.
Before: Starting on a Blank Canvas
Matt helped a young, hip couple whose bathroom was anything but. The owners particularly disliked the low ceiling and outdated vanity.
After: A Rock Wall
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.
Before: Stuck in the '80s With Pink
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.
After: An Artistic Stencil Design
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.