As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, Rob and his ninjas design and build a gorgeous wet edge and infinity edge pool that features a sunken hot tub and is flanked by a herringbone travertine stone deck. Glow-in-the-dark tiles and a swim up bar round out the high-end design.
The home's original room had built in shelves and no open walls. The back wall has now been transformed by adding custom wine racks made from real Napa Valley Wine Barrels and a custom made cork wall. This new poker room is ready for fun and entertainment.
As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, the custom hood vent is made from copper, giving the kitchen a high-end look. The intricate grapevine detail makes an elegant statement against the rustic cultured stone backsplash. The look is complete with a cast iron cooking range, pot filler and onyx countertops.
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, 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.
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.
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 which includes a stainless steel Delta Heat barbecue, granite countertops and cultured stone backsplash.