In our latest bathroom renovation, our clients wanted to focus efforts on their main bathroom. The space (and the house as a whole) was beautiful already but they still wanted to add that special, unique touch that would match the rest of the décor and make it truly theirs.
In their original bathroom, there were two sinks: one on the side of the wall with a long vanity and one on the opposite wall with a small vanity. In their vision for the new bathroom, they wanted to put both sinks on one side, creating a double vanity along the wall.
In their original bathroom, there were two sinks: one on the side of the wall with a long vanity and one on the opposite wall with a small vanity. In their vision for the new bathroom, they wanted to put both sinks on one side, creating a double vanity along the wall. On the opposite wall, a small makeup vanity would be created and the sink would be removed. With a clear idea on what to work on, we were able to get started on making this vision a reality.
To begin, our carpenter built a new, custom vanity, complete with a unique cut-out in the center to give it a bit more dimension. On the opposite wall, he created a custom make-up vanity and we capped the lines where the old sink had been. New plumbing lines were added to the long vanity side and the sink renovation was complete. Above both vanities, we added new mirrors and elegant sconce lights that were adjustable in height. This would allow the current homeowners to alter the height of the lights as needed.
To further the design part of the renovation, we demolished the old shower and floors to give the space a whole new look. We added marble tile floors for a crisp, clean, timeless look and designed a stand-up shower on one side with a white, stand-alone tub in the opposite corner. By the tub, we installed one more custom built-in, providing the homeowners with a place to store towels right by the tub. Everything was surrounded by the same beautiful white, marble tile but the shower received an added design piece (suggested by Mary), with an accent strip of tile to make the whole look really stand out. We added four separate niches in the shower as well, leaving space for storage and space to prop up your foot or leg as needed.
The room was painted white to match the crispness of the marble tile and combined with the lights and windows in the space, it was transformed into a classically beautiful, luminous main bathroom with a spa-like atmosphere.