Marble Master Bath



















A Girl’s Bathroom

The most important requirements for this girl’s bathroom was storage and to keep it light and bright! It went from a dark, enclosed shower with little storage to this white marble and lots of storage including this custom vanity and medicine cabinet.
Glass doors and mixing a variety of tiles add a lot of interest to this small space and open it up for the most impact.
And I’m obsessed with these large marble tiles!




The wall mounted faucet allows for more countertop space and the look of it is one of my faves.
Open shelving above the toilet makes great use of the wall space and a ladder in the bathroom is perfect for hanging extra towels and/or drying wet clothes.

The wood tones of the vanity help to break up all of the white.




These custom Vogue prints from Paris that the client owned finish off the space and give it that personal touch, as well as a pop of color.

Pair of Boys Bathrooms

2 boys bathrooms with one common theme- gray and white and oak all over. With 3 bathrooms in one basement we thought a common color scheme with different materials would be the best solution to keep their look consistent. This floating vanity and gray herringbone wall are the highlights in this bathroom.
Glass doors and no bath made the best use of space for a small area. Matte black accents are the perfect contrast to the light colored tile.
I love the look of using a rain shower head when space allows.

Custom vanity built by @thechaderbox.




In bathroom #2 we did a darker gray tile and white subway walls, but the same floating oak cabinet.
Another rain shower head, but a charcoal gray niche to tie in the floors is one of my favorite features of this small bathroom.





Same mirrors but different lighting and accessories. Love the cohesiveness of these 2 bathrooms but also their unique features in each.

Master Bathroom Update

Carpet on the floor, dated oak cabinets and dingy lighting was what we had to work with before this remodel. Our client requested light and bright with timeless character. This floor tile steals the show with it’s soft pattern and allows all of the other bathroom features to play second fiddle.
A freestanding soaker tub was another one of her requirements. The awkward corner of this room was the perfect spot for it and we wanted the faucet to be another strong feature in the space.
I kept the shower monochromatic to allow the decorative floor tile to shine the most.




Gold accents are the perfect compliment to the matte black faucets. And pops of green give the otherwise gray and white bathroom some organic life.








So glad I got to give these clients the bathroom they’ve been waiting for!
Wood Bath Caddy | Black Shower Head | Tub | Tub Filler | Vanity Faucets | Vanity Lighting | Vanity Mirrors

Black & White Master Bath

This bathroom was dated and wasn’t making the best use of the space (it’s BIG) so it was time for a total re-do. Of course this tile is the star of the show so we basically started there for the design.


They have 10′ tall ceilings and the glass was only 7′ high before so we utilized the whole space by giving them a steam shower and tiling the ceiling as well.




Matte black hardware in the shower pops so great off of all of the white tile.

The small black cabinet on the vanity was the perfect place to house all of their every day items to keep their counters clutter free.




Mixing metals with the brass and gold is one of my favorite combinations.
We carried the subway tiles over to go behind the freestanding tub to tie it in with the shower tiles.




Black and white with wood accents wins every time in my book!
All photography by Realityandretrospect

Modern Boho Beach Vibes Bathroom

My client wanted to keep this space light and bright but cozy for her teenage daughter. We used textures and fabrics to break up all of the white and different wood tones to give it that beachy vibe.




Brushed nickel and chrome hardware for the vanity and lights, along with black and copper accents were the perfect combo to keep this space unique and interesting.

Beachy artwork by Reality & Retrospect compliment all of the white and gray tiles so well.



Love this combination of the large white subway tiles with the mini hexagon tiles on the shower floor.






Updated Modern Bathroom




 




Modern Traditional Master Bedroom & Bathroom Update












All photography by Lindsay Salazar

 

Chandelier Top Picks

  1. Serena and Lily Capiz Scalloped Chandelier
  2. Circa Lighting Jacqueline Chandelier
  3. Shades of Light Modern Geometry Chandelier
  4. Pottery Barn Amelia Wood Bead Chandelier
  5. McGee & Co Morris Lantern Chandelier
  6. Overstock Beaded Gray Chandelier

Each of these chandeliers will steal the show in any room. These lights offer a wide variety of options from different websites or stores and also a wide range of prices to meet the needs of any budget. I’m a sucker for a beautiful light and I think each of these represent multiple styles as well, from fancy and casual to boho and traditional. Happy shopping!!!

Small Bathroom, BIG Changes

YOU HAVE TO SEE THE BEFORE TO APPRECIATE THE AFTER!!beforebathroom1

This bathroom is in my basement and the dark yellow walls were great 7 years ago but I wanted to lighten and brighten the space. The main purpose for the remodel was to get more storage and this birdbath sink didn’t do the job.beforebathroom2

In addition to needing more storage, the floor color was great but functionally the toilet never sat straight on it and the gaps in the wood laminate let water in so there was actually black mold hiding underneath when we tore it up. So new flooring was a must!!bathroom1

I love the white calacatta porcelain tiles we chose that are mostly white with some gray veins running through them. They were such a reasonable price from Lowe’s and we used the 12×12 floor tiles mixed with the smaller 6×6 tiles to give it a little more interest . I kept the same shower curtain but painted the walls white,  a Behr paint color called Irish Mist from homedepot.com . Adding some natural wood elements in the stool and mirror help to break up the stark white throughout the space.bathroom2

The sink, vanity, faucet and glass shelf all came from ikea.com . The rustic wood mirror was a great find from hobbylobby.com . Now our guests will have storage as well as space above the sink to set bathroom items on. We’re so happy with the end result. The choice of white in such a small space really opened it up and brightened the room. Since my husband did all of the work, it only ended up costing around $500 for the whole makeover!!