Everyone deserves a master bathroom that is classic, timeless, and a retreat away from reality. This master bathroom renovation accomplished all of that and more.
(The existing yellow walls were far from comfortable and cozy. The owner was excited for a new color scheme.)
(The room has a “L” shaped feel, so keeping everything light and larger scale was going to be the direction. By adding an 18″ x 18″ tile on the floor it really took away from the “L” shaped direction.)
(With the large marble tile turned at an angle, this bathroom visually became larger. Also the large scale wallpaper from Schumacher, created the same scale and feel throughout the room. The decorative semi-flush light was a great scale for the room and added a classic touch of elegance.)
(Using the frameless approach with the glass, we kept the room feeling open. The same marble was used in the shower but a smaller scale to keep uniformity throughout the bathroom. A decorative neutral accent tile was added for a touch of added sophistication and elegance.)
(A large mirror was the way to go above the cabinet which kept the continuous feeling on that wall. Pulling the sconces through the mirror made them feel as if they were floating on the wall.)
The master bathroom was a huge success! The owner can now enjoy a classic and elegant master bathroom that is fitting with he rest of her decor throughout.
I couldn’t resist sharing this gorgeous detail from a remodel project I’m working on:
This image comes from the front stoop of the home- an early 40s gem of a house located in Raleigh that possesses so much personality and potential. The owner and contractor, Robert Taylor of Taylor Build Construction, has already expanded the attic to reveal a second story living area. Together with his wife, Elizabeth, we’re currently working on the selections for the kitchen, bathroom, and the refinishing of the hardwood floors.
Our inspirations: a color palette that includes apricot, paprika, and black & cream, Peter Dunham Textiles, & their pug Daisy.