Since its inception, Pinterest has been a go-to social media platform for designers and decor trendsetters – and why not? After all, it’s a great way to gauge audience interest in your creative work. Which is why we decided to take a peek at our own Pinterest account – HGTV Canada – to find out which bathroom renovations and decor ideas garnered the most attention with our followers. What we found was a diverse collection of designs that you’ll no doubt want to snag for your own bathroom reno.
If there’s one thing we’ve gauged from taking a peek at our top-performing bathroom content on Pinterest, it’s that our readers love when decorators let loose and have fun. That’s what designer Sabrina Albanese did to her bathroom in Keswick, ON, where she let loose and added fun graphic wallpaper that maintained the cool colour palette while adding a little character.
Keep it Simple
It’s entirely possible to refresh your bathroom on a tight budget and this light and simple renovation from Island of Bryan star Bryan Baeumler drives the point home. You don’t have to go overboard to give your bathroom a touch-up. Find more of Bryan Baeumler’s easy reno projects that practically pay for themselves.
This pristine white bathroom gives a subtle nod to the 1950s with its crystal knobs on matte black door plates. For more inspiration, check out these before and after bathroom renovations you’ll want to snag for your home.
Yin and Yang
This whimsical spa-like bathroom was culled together by the Save My Reno‘s dynamic duo of Sebastian Clovis and Sabrina Smelko. Working on a limited budget, they transformed this 1980s-era bathroom into a striking balance of masculine and feminine with its black matte features and dusty rose cabinetry. Go ahead and walk through the entire renovation.
A Bit of Whimsy
This dreamy custom-made white floating vanity makes the most out a small alcove in a master ensuite, offering up plenty of storage space. The Holmes + Holmes father-and-son team outdid themselves with this riverside property. In fact, they loved it so much, Mike Holmes Sr. kept it as an income generator! Take the full tour of the property in Ontario’s Thousand Islands.
A classic black-and-white colour palette will never go out of style – especially when it looks this good! The shower stall with large subway tiles is the standout in this sleek bathroom renovation and an antique mirror injects a little old-fashioned charm to a modern space. Check out more of this stunning 19th century farmhouse that mixes historic details with modern design.
Oh, This Old Thing?
When you’re living in a home that was built in the 1800s, it only makes sense that you would keep some of that historic detail. This antique dresser was given a modern update with the addition of a marble top and bowl sink. The various drawers and cabinets masks all the plumbing while providing plenty of storage space for toiletries. It lends an added rustic charm alongside the claw-foot tub. Take a full tour of the idyllic country B&B in Ontario you’ll wish was your own.
If you’ve got the space in your bathroom for a double-sink vanity, you might as well flaunt it. From the wood-panelled walls to the sleek mirrors and storage space for extra towels beneath, there’s plenty of bathroom renovation inspiration we can take away. Check out the rest of the dreamy guest digs at this stylish Ontario cider house.
This small, stylish powder room in a 1920s-era heritage home is all brass fixtures, big mirrors and chic aluminum-inspired wallpaper – and it’s all thanks to the renovation vision of the Property Brothers.
Would you believe that, at one point, this bathroom had been neglected for decades? To save space during the renovation, but still incorporate the homeowners beloved claw-foot tub, the Property Brothers maximized the shower area for a dreamy tub-shower combo that you’ll want to snag for your own home. The glass spray wall and drain will also whisk away any splashes in no time. For more, see what happens when a boho chick meets Property Brothers chic.