We are just days away from seeing this master bathroom remodel complete and we couldn't be happier to see our designs come to life.
BEFORE: Between the outdated fixtures and an ineffective layout, our clients were ready for a complete overhaul in their master bathroom.
Separate vanities made the space feel more like a hotel in Vegas than a family home. The palette of brown, beige and cream is very unadventurous, quite unlike our client who is a risk taker.
BEFORE: Because there are breezeway entrances to this bathroom (through the office and through the master bedroom) our clients requested that we create an enclosed area for the toilet.
By removing an entire vanity, we were able to create more space for a larger shower.
Below is a video walkthrough of the final design:
We created a spacious walk-in shower that included a built-in bench, hidden niches for shampoos and encaustic tile flooring. Because the existing flooring is an acid washed cement that is carried through the entire house we chose to work with it. We lightened up the walls with white paint and added blue custom plaster to the shower and tub enclosure that brought out the blue in the encaustic tile. All matte black fixtures replaced the pre-existing chrome ones. A new vanity was built with a double sink made out of concrete. A custom medicine cabinet with integrated outlets behind the doors was designed to house any items that previously cluttered the counter.
Every inch of this bathroom was carefully thought through. As we near the end of this project, we are getting more and more excited to see the final product.
Stay tuned to see some after photos.