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Spring 2021 One Room Challenge™ Reveal – Part 2

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Welcome back for Part 2 of our Spring 2021 One Room Challenge™ reveals! In case you missed the first half of the season’s stunning renovations, be sure to catch up here. It’s been so much fun watching each space come to life through the incredible artistry of our featured designers. Prepare to be wowed by these final four transformations!

Gray Space Interior Design

Starting us off is a glamorous primary bedroom and en suite bathroom renovation completed by Rasheeda Gray of Gray Space Interior Designs. The two areas of her home that she felt lacked purposeful design, Rasheeda aimed to turn her bedroom and bathroom into a personal oasis that she and her husband could enjoy away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

blue bedroom with silver decor and wood flooring
Before photo of Rasheeda’s bedroom.
before photo of tan bathroom with white tiled floor
Before photo of Rasheeda’s bathroom.

Inspired by the rich browns, golds, and burgundies found in a sunset, Rasheeda transformed her bedroom into an elegant haven that fully achieved the moody feel she was going for. By integrating bolder decor pieces like a striking chandelier, she was also able to maintain consistency with the black-and-white color scheme that flows throughout the rest of her home.

beige primary bedroom with black and red decor
Design by Gray Space Interiors. Photography by Brian Wetzel Photo.

Rasheeda’s favorite part of her updated bedroom? A lavish marble-look fireplace that maximizes the space’s cozy atmosphere. Her choice of our large-format Invisible Grey tile creates an extra sleek focal point that draws the eye in with dramatic veining. Plus, the tile’s gold accents tie in perfectly with the warm sunset-inspired color palette.

See more of our favorite tiled fireplace designs on the here. You can also explore our diverse assortment of large-format tile to bring an especially grand feel to any space.

beige primary bathroom with marble-look tiled fireplace and red chairs
Featuring: Invisible Grey Polished. Design by Gray Space Interiors. Photography by Brian Wetzel Photo.
beige primary bedroom looking into tiled bathroom
Featuring: Invisible Grey Polished. Design by Gray Space Interiors. Photography by Brian Wetzel Photo.

Continuing the Invisible Grey tile into the en suite bathroom, Rasheeda was able to create ultimate cohesion between the two spaces. Unlike the bathroom’s previous appearance, it was important to her that the updated design felt clean, bright, and high-end. Not only does the floor-to-ceiling marble-look tile create an air of sophistication, but it adds a nice amount of movement and dimension to the space.

Explore hundreds of marble-look tiles here.

white marble-look tiled bathroom with large bathtub and shower
Featuring: Invisible Grey Polished. Design by Gray Space Interiors. Photography by Brian Wetzel Photo.

I went with the Invisible Grey porcelain wall and floor tile because it felt so luxurious and alluring. The sleekness of the grey, silver, and hints of gold complement the light and airy feel, but its marble look also feels very luxurious and spa-like.

-Rasheeda
white modern bathroom with marble-look tile and shower backsplash
Featuring: Invisible Grey Polished. Design by Gray Space Interiors. Photography by Brian Wetzel Photo.

Stay up to date on all of Rasheeda’s design work by visiting her website.


Zig & Co.

If you recognize the name Zig & Co., it’s because we previously partnered with Courtney Wafzig, owner of Zig & Co., during the Fall 2020 One Room Challenge™ when she redesigned her primary bathroom. This time around, Courtney wanted to tackle her home’s large sunroom. After years of using it as an ever-changing catch-all space for various projects, she knew this was the perfect opportunity to make better use of the space by turning it into a functional living and dining area.

Known for her signature floral style, Courtney completely transformed this multipurpose room into a dreamy, inspiring space with bright colors, bold patterns, and one-of-a-kind decor.

before and after of dining area with colorful floral wallpaper and green dining chairs
Courtney’s living/dining area before & after. Right featuring: Manhattan Mercury. Design and photography by Zig & Co.

The biggest project of the renovation? Upgrading the worn floors. Last updated in the 1990s, Courtney was more than ready to freshen up the room with new tiled flooring. Using our Manhattan Mercury wood-look porcelain tile, she created the perfect neutral foundation for the space. With a charming parquet-style pattern, it offers just the right amount of visual interest while still maintaining an overall soft and subtle appearance to balance out the bolder design elements.

view of updated dining and living area with colorful floral wallpaper and an orange chandelier
Featuring: Manhattan Mercury. Design and photography by Zig & Co.
white living room with black wicker couch and floral decor
Featuring: Manhattan Mercury. Design and photography by Zig & Co.

Loving Courtney’s bold style as much as we do? See even more real spaces featuring florals, patterns, and maximalism for endless design inspiration.

updated dining area with wood-look tile flooring and colorful wallpaper
Featuring: Manhattan Mercury. Design and photography by Zig & Co.

Follow along with all things Zig & Co. on their website.

Haneen’s Haven

Uninspired by her home’s primary bathroom, Haneen Matt of Haneen’s Haven was ready to give it a much-needed makeover. With tons of underutilized space and a dated appearance that didn’t fit her style, she envisioned a more functional bathroom that featured a beautiful blend of both modern and traditional elements.

Ready to swoon over some breathtaking before-and-afters?

before and after of large primary bathroom with large clawfoot tub and wood look tile flooring
Haneen’s bathroom before & after. Right featuring: Truewood Beige Wood-Look. Design and photography by Haneen’s Haven.

Haneen opted for our Truewood Beige porcelain tile to bring a charming, rustic feel to the bathroom’s floor. The creamy tan hues with woodgrain detailing contrast gorgeously against the space’s darker design features.

I decided to warm things up with the Truewood Beige wood-look tile on the floors. It did just the trick! This room is both classic and modern, simultaneously, and the look of wood on the floors really keeps things cozy.

-Haneen

Learn more about the increasingly popular transitional style and how to incorporate both contemporary and traditional elements into a single space here.

before and after of primary bathroom with black vanities and wood look tiled floor
Haneen’s bathroom before & after. Right featuring: Truewood Beige Wood-Look. Design and photography by Haneen’s Haven.
modern primary bath with black vanities and olive green sliding door
Featuring: Truewood Beige Wood-Look. Design and photography by Haneen’s Haven.

A self-proclaimed lover of marble (us, too!), Haneen chose the Bianco Puro honed marble subway tile for her shower walls. With minimal veining, it offers a clean and modern appearance. To incorporate a bit of traditional style, Haneen used our Hampton Hermosa polished octagon marble mosaic on the shower floor, complete with small hints of black for added dimension. Last, but certainly not least is the whimsical Saltus porcelain tile featured in the shower niches. Keep scrolling to get a closer look!

modern shower with white subway tile backsplash and forest wallpaper look tile niches
Left featuring: Bianco Puro Honed, Hampton Hermosa Polished Octagon Mosaic and Saltus. Right featuring: Bianco Puro Honed and Saltus. Design and photography by Haneen’s Haven.

By far our favorite part of the bathroom makeover, the decorative wallpaper-look Saltus tile acts as an elegant work of art in this one-of-a-kind shower. We absolutely love the creativity Haneen showcased in this space.

Designing with wallpaper-look tile is easier than you think! We do a deep dive here with all the helpful tips and inspiration you’ll need to get started.

white subway tiled shower with black and white wallpaper look tiled niches
Featuring: Bianco Puro Honed and Saltus. Design and photography by Haneen’s Haven.

Head to Haneen’s website to keep up with all of her design projects.

At Home with Ashley

Another returning featured designer, Ashley Wilson of At Home with Ashley transformed her laundry room during the 2019 One Room Challenge. This season, she decided to do a major kitchen renovation. While she’s made a few temporary updates to the home’s original kitchen, she had bigger plans for the space. Her goal? A light-and-bright design that felt traditional, yet playful.

Keep scrolling to see the different phases of Ashley’s kitchen before turning into the radiant space it is today.

Before photo of Ashley’s original kitchen.
Before photo of Ashley’s kitchen with minor updates.

We can hardly believe this is the same space as the original kitchen! From dark and dull to light-filled and bursting with color, Ashley has wowed us yet again with her creative vision.

When it came to flooring, Ashley knew she wanted something that was both beautiful and durable. She decided on the Baltimore Beige porcelain tile for its rustic white oak appearance that coordinates with the existing stair railing.

bright white kitchen and dining area with teal floral wallpaper and large wooden dining table
Featuring: Baltimore Beige Wood-Look. Design and photography by At Home with Ashley.

Ashley opted for the Regent Bianco subway tile as her kitchen backsplash for its classic, simple style. The crisp white color allows the rainbow wallpaper and pastel pink appliances to shine without becoming too overwhelming.

I just adore subway tile because it works with the history of the house and it will reflect light.

-Ashley
bright kitchen with white cabinets and white subway tile backsplash
Featuring: Regent Bianco Subway and Baltimore Beige Wood-Look. Design and photography by At Home with Ashley.

All about the bright and cheery hues? Ashley let us in on her top six tricks for designing with color.

To cozy up the dining area, Ashley included a vintage-style fireplace that features our Imperial Bianco gloss hex mosaic. She opted for a white grout color in order to achieve a smooth and calming appearance. We love the way the hexes offer a lovely hint of dimension!

white tiled vintage fireplace and teal wallpaper with pink floral pattern
Featuring: Imperial Bianco Gloss Hex Mosaic and Baltimore Beige Wood-Look. Design and photography by At Home with Ashley.

Visit Ashley’s website to see even more of her one-of-a-kind design work.


That’s officially a wrap on the Spring 2021 One Room Challenge™ reveals! We hope you were just as inspired by these incredible spaces as we were. If you’re ready to get started on a project of your own, be sure to schedule a free design consultation with one of our tile experts to get all your questions answered.

Don’t forget – the Fall 2021 One Room Challenge™ season is just around the corner and we can’t wait to introduce you to the featured designers we’ll be working with. Stay tuned!

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