• Bath Remodel

    Wow!!! This ultra fab, hip client wanted to remodel her powder bath, master bath, and kids bath. May I just say that she has great taste! I sat down with her and her husband to discuss the powder bath.  We chose a faux grasscloth in navy blue (little kids and real grasscloth don't mix well). The light fixture needed to be the centerpiece.  Client Fab and I loved the Starburst gold fixture but her husband was like nah......   Reference pic, need I say more.  He loves it now!! We kept the wood floors in the bath and her gold mirror.

    A dark charcoal grey for the new vanity with fabulous gold and lucite handles.

    Please note that this is the BEFORE pic of the master bathroom!! Their master is very large, but was very dated. She loves calacutta marble and wanted grey tones.

    We took out the old cultured marble, jetted tub and replaced with an undermount soaker tub topped with grey and white quartz.  The tub front is herringbone patterned white calacutta marble.  There's a removable panel in there somewhere to access plumbing if needed. The tile guys did such a great job that it's hard to see!

    *Crickets*        I'm speechless at how this shower turned out.  We removed part of one wall to open up the end and replaced a ton of the sheetrock with glass.  We also expanded the shower into the closet (It was his closet. He just can't win).  Again white marble in a herringbone pattern on the walls and we took the tile to the ceiling to make it feel even larger.  We used a ceramic tile on the floor and carried it into the shower floor for continuity.

    Her husband is a tall man!! Bless his heart for putting up with these old standard 32" high cabinets.

    He won here.  36" high alder cabinets are probably saving his back! Love the bronze hardware and faucets she chose.  They have more of a copper tone compared to regular oil rubbed bronze. She chose the mocha color for the walls.  I had my doubts, but it ended up perfect!!

    On her side, we added a pull out for her hair dryer, curling iron, etc. and a pull out hamper. We captured the space to the side of her vanity for a linen closet.

    On to the kids bath! There was a wall between the vanity and the toilet/shower area.  Their idea was to take it out and open the bath up!  Good idea!  We shifted the tub/shower to the back wall and added a pocket door to help with all the door swings.

    Love the new grey, shaker style cabinets and the hex white marble look tile on the floor.  Real marble would have been Not-kid-friendly! Dark grey grout on the floor to contrast.

    3x6 charcoal grey subway on the shower walls with white grout. We always use Pro Fusion grout which resists those stains.  Don't be afraid of light grout!!

    Let us know what you think!! We LOVED working with this family and look forward to our next project with them!!