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The goal of this project was to update all the bathrooms in the home at the same time but to completely gut and redo the primary bathroom.  The main focus was to utilize the space in a way that it brought symmetry to the room unlike before.  Prior to demo the original space had two vanities split by a large jetted tub and the vanities were two different sizes causing the room to feel off balance.  We were able to locate beautiful white oak prefinished vanities with large mitered tops in a marble.  The touch of the black metal on the vanitie is the metal color that ties in everywhere throughout the space.  The floors were done in a soft large format tile with gray and gold veins on a white background.  This was carried into the shower on the walls but is set off by the reeded wood look tile that runs down the length of the ceiling to the floor and onto the shower seat creating a dramatic linear look when entering into the space.  We also utilized this tile in the back of the niche since the coloring is so beautiful with the large format tile.  Lastly, we finished off the shower with marble hex on the shower floor.  The large glass shower enclosure is perfect in the space  and allows light to transfer everywhere.  The new freestanding tub sits in the corner of the window with a freestanding tub filler.  The new lighting just finishes off this room perfectly.


The guest bath is an unexpected twist with the pattern tile floor and dark blue paint on the vanity.  Highlighted by gold cabinet hardware and matte black faucets.  The patten tile runs perfectly into the shower space and ties in with the soft tone of the 12 x 24 matte gray tiles on the shower walls.  Finished off with new matte black shower doors.  


The Jack and Jill is a fun whimsical feel with the oversized hex marble look tile that runs through both vanity areas and into the shower room.  The shower was done in a youthful white subway that is accented by a glass and marble herringbone inlay that runs up behind the shower head to the ceiling.  


Lastly, the half bath off the kitchen was begging for a facelift.  I mean lets be real this is the bathroom that all your guests use so we wanted to really pop this space.  We painted the vanity in a dark gray (iron ore from sherwin williams ) drilled and installed new cabinet hardware in an acrylic and gold look which is just enough pop to catch your eye.  Replaced the vanity top with a new brushed granite that brings in amazing grays, creamy whites, slatey blues and browns.  Lastly we converted the old vanity light to two sconces flanking the mirror that are right and left sided really creating height and interest when you are in the space.

Color Pallet 

SW 7069

SW 9163

SW 7605

 SW 7015 

SW 9165

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