Interior designer Amanda Swaringen of Carolina Design Associates unveils a master bathroom that'll make you stand up and take notice — or want to climb in the tub and soak.
With ample storage, a to-die-for bathtub and a shower the size of a small car, you'll love browsing these makeover pictures.
The family wanted the bathtub to be the focal point of this bathroom — but they also wanted it to have plenty of storage.
The clipped ceilings can result in squatty vanities, so to balance the design I installed custom cabinet towers and adjusted the counter heights to allow for more mirror space.
We thought we were going to add a built-in cabinet under the window, but we decided to do a furniture piece, instead. This added a dash of contemporary style to an otherwise traditional space.
Make sure each trade subcontractor understands your exact design. This takes being on-site more often, but it's worth it.
The cabinets, the lighting, the tiles and that amazing niche.
Designer Cheryl Kees Clendenon creates a powder room with comforting colors and custom details.
Designer Chris Johnson of Design Tec Inc. incorporates a built-in bathtub and functional bathroom design in this spa-like bath...
Designer Peter Salerno uses classic cabinetry, stunning architectural details and a creamy white color palette to transform...
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