We talk a lot about kitchens,  but we also remodel bathrooms too! So, for this November “First Friday Feature”, we take you back to a recent master bath remodel. Almost one year ago, we stepped into our clients’ bathroom space and instantly had a feeling of what some of their requests would be:“remove the carpet” and  “remove the floral wallpaper”. Besides, carpet does not belong in a space known to have wet floors! We also made the space much more useful to our clients and replaced the tub with a frameless walk-in shower. This bathroom went from a dated space and was transformed to space that will last for years and years to come. Before we see the fresh updates, take a look at the BEFORE photos:
The his and hers vanity cabinets in the bathroom space are from WWWoods Shiloh line with an Aspen inset door-style in a Silas finish. The furniture-style vanities include open storage below and has details that gives a custom look to the bathroom space. Plus, the neutral stain on the cabinet balances well with all the other finishes of the bathroom. We love this look!
The countertops provide a contrast from the stained cabinets and also adds a contemporary element. The quartz countertops are a 3cm Caesarstone in a Frosty Carrina finish. We love the balance between the finishes! We also love the low-maintenance qualities of quartz and it’s great for a bathroom space!
Tile plays a big role in the bathroom because it’s the most used material in a single space. It provides protection from water and also gives beautiful accents! So, from Interceramic: the shower walls are a 4-1/4 x 12-3/4 Brites in Ultra White, the accent in the shampoo box and the shower floor are a marble penny round in Urban Blend, and the main floor are a 12×24 Versaille in a Chateaux Ivoire matte finish.
Plumbing Fixtures
We can’t forget about the plumbing fixtures! These not only give the bathroom its functionality but also are beautiful pieces that provide accent to the space. From Toto: two Dantesca® undercounter lavatories, and one Drake® Two-Piece toilet in cotton. From Hansgrohe: two Hansgrohe Metris C widespread faucets, Ecostat Metris C Thermostatic Trim with Volume Control, Crome 220 AIR 1-Jet Showerhead with a 15” Raindance shower arm, one C towel ring, and one C toilet paper holder all in a Chrome finish.
Other finishes
The other accents that complete the space include a frameless glass shower enclosure, mirrored medicine cabinets from Robern Metallique in Polished Chrome, and a Mr. Steam shower bench in Teak.
We hope you enjoyed this months “First Friday Feature”. Check back with us next month for another project!