We brought you this mini-series last year where we reimagined various parts of a whole house- now I’m excited to share with you our hard work in the Master Bathroom.
Whoa! Ruby red walls, they’re exciting- but not what you want to wake up to every morning. This is exactly how our client felt for over 4 years. The white cabinetry with cultured marble countertops felt clean, but boring and they could use an update. Not to mention the angled countertop/cabinetry configuration cut the storage space in half.
The idea behind, nixing the angle in the cabinetry configuration came first. Starting with a better footprint to work with, the cabinets offer more storage that is efficient. The cabinets feature built-in medicine cabinets with powered nooks so tools that require an outlet ie: the electric razor or the straightening iron could be left out on the counter without looking cluttered.
The plumbing fixtures were selected next: clean & straightforward in a polished nickel finish keeps things light and bright.
The juxtaposition of polished marble & granite with rough tumbled slate & glass accent tiles creates a restful sanctuary.
We painted the ceiling a darker shade to make the new chandelier pop! It’s my favorite part of the room!
If you missed it, check out parts I and II of this “Reimagining the Whole House” series.