Today I'm thrilled to reveal our completed master bathroom remodel. This bathroom may not be large, but it does pack a big punch! We took some serious design risks in here to give it the edgy and unique feel that we wanted, and they definitely paid off! I'm so excited to show you around this space!
Design Plan 3D Rendering
I just love to see the progression of renovating a space from the "before" photos, to digital design plans, to the final transformation!
The first thing you see when entering this space is the incredible custom floating vanity and linen closet. The fellas at Joens Woodworking made this piece from a light-stained warm maple wood that coordinates so well with the maple look flooring throughout the other rooms on the main floor. They completely nailed my vision for this vanity by cutting the wood for each door to keep the grain flowing horizontally from one end to the other - it's really these seemingly small details that make all the difference in executing a design! We opted for flat slab doors to bring more emphasis to the wood grain and paired them with sleek black edge pulls that keep this vanity clean and modern - precisely the look we were going for!
We installed onyx countertops with integrated bowls for a seamless look (bonus points: they make cleaning a breeze!). The light color and slight sparkle in the countertops really brightens up the vanity area and are a beautiful contrast to the matte black faucets. We love the modern feel of the faucets - the nice curved design softens the look a bit and pairs so nicely with the other hardware, door levers, shower faucet, and lighting throughout this room and the rest of the house.
To properly light the vanity area we chose 3 sleek mixed-metal sconces that flank each of the rounded rectangle mirrors. This not only gives the space a bit of an upscale feel, but lights the vanity from the front instead of the top of the mirror which is ideal for doing hair, makeup, etc.
The shower definitely took the longest to design because I had so many ideas for it that I really loved. We finally landed on this white stacked subway wall tile and I began the search for a cool tile for the shower niche. After exploring tons of different colors, patterns, and designs, I was inspired by the idea of incorporating the wood from the vanity into the shower somehow. I had seen teak wood used on shower floors before and started browsing teak mosaic. I landed on this eye-catching geometric pattern which looks so neat and edgy next to the straight lines of the subway tile. Wood in the shower may seem a little crazy, but teak wood in particular stands up very well to moisture, making it a great option for the shower!
The shower floor tile has a similar pattern to the niche tile and is a close color match to the tile we used for the bathroom floor so everything feels really cohesive in this space, which is important because with its clear glass doors, the shower is visible at all times. We also installed beautiful black Cambria quartz for both the bottom niche ledge and the shower curb which creates a beautiful black border to both areas and provides emphasis exactly where we want it.
We went with a black stone-look vinyl flooring in this bathroom to break up all the wood throughout the rest of the house, while still complementing all of the other black accents throughout the main floor. We also painted the ceiling black which not only balances out the dark flooring, but really provides a beautiful contrast to the light blue-green walls (it's the same black that I used for the entry + pantry cabinetry and also the shiplap wall in the master bedroom!).
The decorative details of this space are the icing on the cake. We hung a set of beautiful rattan wall medallions over the toilet to add some natural texture and a placed geometric tassel runner in front of the vanity which helps to add a little pattern and decorative flair to the bathroom. We also brought in dark green towels for a nice subtle pop of color in this mostly-neutral space. Finally, the roman shades have a natural, almost jute-like appearance that play nicely with the other finishes in the room.
I never knew it was possible to love a bathroom so much, but boy getting ready in here in the morning definitely sets the tone for the day. I'd love to hear what details in this space are your favorite!
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