This bathroom is already big, but is poorly laid out with green carpet on the floor. To open up the space, Matt Muenster and the Bath Crashers crew knock down a wall and start from scratch. The large, L-shaped vanity with one sink is replaced by two, stainless steel pieces with marble counter-tops. Sitting in-between them is a claw-foot soaking tub with antique tub filler. A brand-new window brings natural light into the formerly dark space. And tin panels add dimension to the ceiling, while hand-milled hardwood give texture to the floor.
Source: DIY Network