This client had already done a hall bathroom with us and couldn’t wait to tackle their master bathroom! They wanted to change their boring builder grade bathroom into a spa like retreat. They wanted a transitional and updated style that would have a timeless appeal.
We started with tile and color palate selections. Next we did the tile layout and design. The wood look tile flooring was lighter with dark contrasting accents, which made for the perfect starting point. A darker textured looking tile was chosen for the shower to coordinate with the darker hues in the floor and give it an interesting pop. The tile design in the shower was simple yet made a real impact in the space. Larger tiles were selected and laid out in a brick like pattern. A smaller accent mosaic tile was selected for the shower floor and shampoo niches for a nice subtle compliment. This same tile was used on the front of the bathtub.
To lighten and brighten this area we used light colored quartz for the top of the bathtub, carrying it as a shelf into part of the shower. The double sink vanity was also tied in with this beautiful countertop. For a contrast and pop of color a rich gray was selected for the vanity cabinet itself, bringing out more of the array of colors found in the flooring.
The vanity cabinet itself was well thought out for the use and function of our clients’ needs. Drawers and tall pullouts were used and specifically designed to cater to the storage needs of our clients. Large doors were also added for larger items to be stored as well. A complimenting cabinet was added to the toilet area for additional storage of items that would take up too much space in the vanity. A soft warm gray paint color was also used as the perfect backdrop for all of the elements in this space. To balance the textured look of the shower tiles a custom frame was selected for the vanity mirror. It was a rustic grayed wood that helped to combine multiple elements in the space.
The client was extremely happy with the final result of this bathroom, in addition to the one they had completed with us before. They had a space that looked timeless and custom and nothing like the builder grade bathroom they had before.