Adrienne Bailon's Bathroom Gut-Renovated by Pro Designer | Replace This Space | Architectural Digest

Interior designer Erick Garcia of Maison Trouvaille returns to Architectural Digest for another episode of Replace This Space, today visiting the home of singer, actress, and TV personality Adrienne Bailon to reimagine her bathroom. More than happy with the size and brightness of her bathroom but less enamored with the decor, Erick executes a revitalizing gut-renovation that makes Adrienne’s dream for her luxurious bathroom a reality.

Talent: Erick Garcia, Adrienne Bailon

Director: Lisa Romagnoli
Senior Producer: Alyssa Marino
Associate Producer: Brandon Fuhr

Director of Photography: Joe Piacentino, Eric Brouse
Camera Operator: Chris Swenson, Brittany Berger
Audio: Carmelo Mangione, Jeff Gaumer
Production Assistant: Josiah Edwards, Ryan Coppola

Editor: Shandor Garrison
Assistant Editor: Diego Rentsch, Justin Symonds
Post Production Supervisor: Alexa Deutsch
Post Production Coordinator: Ian Bryant
Supervising Editor: Doug Larsen
Colorist: Oliver Eid

Line Producer: Joseph Buscemi
Production Manager: Melissa Heber
Production Coordinator: Fernando Davila

Lit, Inc. Agency, Representative for Erick Garcia: Tu Tran
Brand Manager, Adrienne Bailon: Lana Hawatmeh
Senior Designer, Maison Trouvaille: Gabby Gandara

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24 Replies to “Adrienne Bailon's Bathroom Gut-Renovated by Pro Designer | Replace This Space | Architectural Digest”

  1. That toilet area is NOT enclosed. The smells and the sounds are still going to seep into the rest of the bathroom. And what's up with only ONE BATH TOWEL ROD in that huge bathroom. DUH!!! With all of that space, the designer should have installed a heated towel rack that could have easily been 5 or 6 feet tall. Heck, install another one on a different wall. I'm not a fan of the gold fixtures in the sense that over time the water stains and the skin oils will change the look of the gold fixture. I know that's in style thing right now, but it won't be after a number of years. That big, open space on the other side of the tub is a perfect spot for a huge plant. It would add some much needed color since there is SO MUCH WHITE instead of putting in a WHITE CHAISE LOUNGE. Boring. The tree on the other side of the room is underwhelming to say the least. This is just my opinion, I'm not hating on Adrienne or Erick's taste.

  2. Sadly it doesn't really excite me, the water closet would have been much nicer to have similar doors as the shower but frost them, I'm sure this cost a fortune to do, and obviously looks better than before, but I would have brought in a beautiful french Armoire the same color as the stool, some drama, it would look amazing with lovely old French perfume bottles inside…reflecting the light.

  3. I feel like the bathroom is huge and the space wasn’t utilised as best as it could have been.

  4. Several design NOs (those straight-sided, hard to maintain sinks) and missed opportunities for amenities in this remodel. It’s also still weirdly configured and kind of boring, which a white room doesn’t have to be.

  5. they should have turned the shower into a toilet closet and created a gigantic shower inside some of the space in the bigass bathroom. idk. this renovation is a total miss in my opinion. just awkward

  6. Thought i was the only one who didn’t care with the transformation, the marble is beautiful but the room screams nothing but boring

  7. He shouldn't have put marble in that shower. Plain white stones or tiles would have been much better because there's already so much marble in sight in the larger space

  8. It looks good but I don’t understand why you’d want stone that’s gonna look worn out and used in a couple months/yrs. Also all that space and a tiny shower. Why wouldn’t they have put the toilet in there and create a wet room area

  9. I wanted to love it, and although it’s beautiful, I feel it lacks any character.

  10. Nice job. I would add some color. Maybe some art. Its much better but not fabulous.

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