We’ve done a few whole home projects over the years but none with this many bathrooms! This early 1900’s home got a major overhaul, and every single bathroom was touched and renovated. When redesigning each room, we wanted them all to have their own unique design and feel, but feel like they still went along with the house. Renaming this style “Contemporary Tudor” we think we did just that, by bringing these bathrooms up to date while maintaining some elements from the original style of the home. We’ve already shared the master bath a few months ago, so let’s explore the other bathrooms!
This room features a custom freestanding vanity from WW Woods Shiloh Inset Cabinetry. The top “drawer” is a false front and the bottom three drawers are functional with a U-shape design to avoid hitting the sink and faucet plumbing. The floating shelves are also from WW Woods. Cabinets are Poplar wood with Shiloh’s Cadet stain finish. The door style is called Statesville. Pure White 3cm quartz from Caesarstone is used for counters. The under-mount lavatory is from Toto. All plumbing fixtures are from Brizo, their RSVP collection, in polished chrome. But, the shower is the main feature. Created mostly with Marble Systems Snow White marble, the accent wall is their Glacier, Snow White, Allure Multi-Finish Cambridge Marble Mosaic. The commode is the Drake II with round bowl from Toto.
Jack and Jill Bathroom
We honestly don’t think a “Contemporary Tudor” home is complete without a black and white geometric space. That is exactly what we did in this bathroom! Cabinetry is also from Shiloh – a custom inset double vanity. With the same door style as the hall bathroom, we switched up the color to make it pop. The cabinet finish is black paint on Maple. Toto lavatories and Caesarstone quartz are also the same as the hall bath, but the rest of the materials make a huge visual leap. Still using Brizo plumbing fixtures, we opted for the Litze collection here, in their Luxe Gold finish. All the tile is marble from Daltile. We used a mix of White Carrara and Nero Marquina to finish the floors and shower walls to create a grid-like shape – everything outlined in black. The accent wall behind the vanity is made of 6″ Hex – Marble “Black White Mosaic” blend.
This space was teeny-tiny, so we needed to be a little creative about making it feel more open. By using the Stone Forest “Harbor” Washbasin in Carrara Marble with a Satin Brass stand and clear shelf, we did just that. The wall-mounted faucet is from Newport Brass: Jacobean collection. Accessories and faucet are also finished in Satin Brass. The tile floor is from Marble Systems – Oragami mosaic in Snow White marble. Wallpaper is Innovations – Lille Dondaines.
This home also has an additional space out back, and since those can be used regularly, they got some small upgrades as well. Contemporary Tudor was still the name of the game, but we chose less expensive materials that were still durable. There is a pool back there! Here is a quick little peek into those rooms. You’ll see some similar trends. Marble (or marble look-alikes) was still the material of choice, using mostly light and bright colors. Vanity cabinets were updated with a white, shaker style finish. Counters here were marble remnants we were able to find from our fabricator’s lot. We think even these small spaces are still stunning!