In this master bathroom, the space was lacking character and personality. It was dated and not reflecting our clients style. They were inspired by hotels bathrooms they saw when traveling and staying in hotels and wanted to bring that same look into their own home. Since the layout of the space was working well, everything was kept in the same place, but got fully updated. A drop in tiled tub was not being used and made the room feel bulky and closed off.
A new, taller vanity cabinet with quartz countertops, white sinks, chrome faucets, and sleek hardware makes the space feel brighter and more modern. An LED mirror with touch on/off activation and a chrome rainhead shower fixture bring in elements that our clients love from hotels. Gray porcelain floor tile is complimented by hexagon shower floor tile. Subway tile in a herringbone pattern adds a fun twist to the shower. A free standing tub with curved lines and deck mounted tub filler make the space feel much larger. Instead of a door opening into the bathroom, Jamie built a custom barn door that allows for easier access and bring personality to the room.