Bathroom renovations are one of the most popular home improvement projects, probably because there are so many outdated bathrooms out there in need of updating!

Depending on your budget, a bathroom remodel can range from a modest makeover—consisting of new paint, accessories, and hardware—to an expensive expansion—complete with a soaking tub, tiled glass door shower, and furniture quality vanity.

Check out these before and after photos of some of the bathrooms we’ve renovated over the years on Today’s Homeowner to see the difference a bathroom makeover can make!

Bathroom #1: Before Remodeling

While still functional, the small floor tile in this bathroom looked busy, and the brown accented tile countertop and plywood vanity cabinet appeared bland and dated.

Bathroom #1: After Makeover

While the colors are from the same palette, the use of large tile for the floor and shower surround gave the remodeled bathroom a feeling of simple class and style.

Find out more about this bathroom renovation at Today’s Bath.

Bathroom #1: Vanity Before Remodeling

Another view of the same bathroom before remodeling, with dated tile countertop and inexpensive plywood vanity.

Bathroom #1: Vanity After Makeover

Replacing the old tile countertop with solid surface material and an undermount sink made a real difference in the look of this bathroom; as did the stained, solid wood vanity with frame and panel doors.

Bathroom #2: Tub Before Remodeling

Pink was a popular tile color in the 1960s, but the times have changed and this bathroom was overdo for a serious update to bring it into this century!

Bathroom #2: Tub After Makeover

The dated pink bathtub was replaced with a large whirlpool tub set in a soothing tile surround to give this bathroom a feeling of true elegance.

Find out more about this bathroom renovation at Today’s Bath.

Bathroom #2: Vanity Before Remodeling

Pink tile was used everywhere in this bathroom, including the vanity top and walls!

Bathroom #2: Vanity & Shower After Makeover

We did away with the hideous pink tile, and expanded the bathroom into an adjoining room for more space to add a walk-in shower, tub alcove, and his and her vanity.

Find out more about this bathroom renovation at Today’s Bath.

Bathroom #3: Before Remodeling

Bland and dated is the best way to describe this bathroom. The patterned vinyl floor and tile top and wall have seen better days!

Bathroom #3: After Makeover

The simple, clean lines of a white painted vanity and molded cultured marble top and sink, along with painted beadboard walls and tile floor really dressed up this small bathroom without breaking the bank.

Find out more about this bathroom renovation at Bath for Any Budget.

Bathroom #4: Before Remodeling

More pink tile, this time with matching bathroom fixtures, that had seen better days and was ready for the landfill!

Bathroom #4: After Makeover

Pink fixtures have been replaced with white toilet, tub, and cabinets. Green walls provide a touch of color with a soothing effect!

Find out more about this bathroom renovation at Bath for Any Budget.

Bathroom #5: Sink Before Remodeling

The pedestal sink in this bathroom wasn’t unattractive, but it didn’t provide needed storage or counter space.

Bathroom #5: Sink After Makeover

The pedestal sink was removed to make way for a furniture-style wood vanity with black granite top and mosaic mirror to give more space for storage.

Bathroom #6: Before Remodeling

The plaid wallpaper and carpeted floor in this bathroom had seen better days and was in need of an update!

Bathroom #6: After Remodeling

The remodeled master bath includes his and hers vanities with granite countertops, while the stained glass window provides plenty of light.

Find out more about this bathroom renovation at Master Bathroom Makeover.

Bathroom #6: Tub Before Remodeling

The whirlpool tub in the old master bathroom was still functional, but didn’t add much to the decor in the room.

Bathroom #6: Tub After Remodeling

The mosaic tile wall and contrasting white freestanding soaking tub really stands out in the renovated master bathroom.

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Danny Lipford


Danny Lipford is a home improvement expert and television personality who started his remodeling business, Lipford Construction, at the age of 21 in Mobile, Alabama. He gained national recognition as the host of the nationally syndicated television show, Today's Homeowner with Danny Lipford, which started as a small cable show in Mobile. Danny's expertise in home improvement has also led him to be a contributor to popular magazines and websites and the go-to source for advice on everything related to the home. He has made over 200 national television appearances and served as the home improvement expert for CBS's The Early Show and The Weather Channel for over a decade. Danny is also the founder of 3 Echoes Content Studio,, and Checking In With Chelsea, a décor and lifestyle blog.

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