Wexford Heights Master Bathroom | Before & After

Another bathroom in the books! This one was in New Brighton and our clients were looking for a clean, modern, and spa-like bathroom. They loved the color blue and wanted to incorporate a mix of gold and brushed nickel tones in their space. The room has an interesting shape with lots of angles, so our clients wanted to make the most of the space and make the layout functional.

Inspiration

The inspiration included wood look tile, a transitional faucet design, mixes of finishes, darker cabinetry, and blue tile.

Designs

With the designs, we incorporated the elements from the inspiration. Rather than all blue tile, we ended up with a fun patterned tile for the shower bench and niche. The layout of the bathroom also got moved around in order to remove the large outdated tub and add a big walk-in shower.

Before

This space was lacking character and it didn’t reflect our clients’ style or personality. They love the clean look of white and bright bathrooms and wanted to bring in touches of gold with warm tile elements.

After

With a dark vanity cabinet, white walls, trim, and doors, this space has great contrast and feels much more open. The Wood-look tile in a herringbone pattern adds interest to the floor. Even though the vanity stayed in the same spot, the rest of the layout changed, making the entire space feel larger.

Kohler’s Archer sinks provide a contrasting rectangular shape to the curved elements in the Delta Cassidy faucets. A simple quartz countertop is the perfect addition to this vanity for easy maintenance and clean up.

Before

The tub in the corner took up so much space in the bathroom because of the shape. Our clients rarely used it and wanted it to go. In order to move the shower to this corner, we needed to close up the window. 

 

After

With the window gone and the shower where the tub once was, it is much larger and more functional for our clients. The white subway tile adds a classic and timeless look to the shower. Hexagon tile for the shower floor keeps it light and bright.

A fun patterned tile for the bench and shower niche add some color and personality to the shower. On either side of the frameless mirrors are gold sconces that bring in a touch of shine and glam to the space.

Delta’s Cassidy shower system, complete with body sprays, makes this a dream shower for our clients. The handrail makes it easy to clean the shower after use and the large shower head is almost like a rain head.

Before

With the large tub in the corner, the shower used to be small and tucked away by the toilet. It was awkward to get to and the toilet was in a weird space in the room. 

After

By moving the shower where the tub used to be, we were able to create a space for the toilet where it was tucked away and not right by the shower entrance. Where the toilet used to, it became space for a storage cabinet that matches the vanity. This allows for linen storage and additional space for bathroom items. Now, the shower has plenty of space and the glass door and half walls make it feel open and bright.

Shop This Bathroom

Dark wood vanity cabinet | Storage Cabinet | Wood-look porcelain tile | Kohler Archer sinks | Delta Cassidy faucets | Delta Cassidy shower system | White subway tile | Pattern Bench Tile | Frameless Mirrors | Gold Sconces | Hexagon shower floor tile

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