Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Before TCI arrived on the scene, this Plano master bathroom was not functional, dated and screaming for help. After, we were able to transform it into a serene, spa like oasis.
Removing the wasted space around the built-in tub, adding a small water closet on Her side, pushing back the toilet on His to allow adequate room for a door, making the shower accessible from both side of the bath, reconfiguring the closet and raising the vanity heights appropriately all contribute to the underlying beauty of this space… the floor plan!
The large floating tub provides relaxation & serenity. The large window and skylight flood the space with airy, sun-filled lighting highlighting the key parts to this design. By incorporating an art piece from John Richards and a soft Kravet fabric, the bathroom begins to turn into a perfect color scheme.
This gorgeous chandelier from Currey and Co really transforms the space. A free standing bathtub from Bain Ultra is one of our favorite additions to this bathroom and makes for a wonderful place to sit and relax after a long day.
The space was divided into a His and Hers sides however, the shower and tub were only accessed on Her side and the toilet only accessed on His, not to mention the toilet area was without a door! So naturally functionality was a key part of this remodel.
AFTER: His and Her
We added wall sconces to the mirrors from Visual Comfort for both functionality and beauty.
The quartz counters from Silestone added a great impact without taking away from the other showstoppers in the bathroom.
BEFORE: His and Her
Making this shower accessible from both sides not only enhanced the functionality, but the aesthetics of the space with clear frameless glass surround.
Through finishes and textures the design was amplified. Chrome details with natural limestone tile from Arizona Tile, soft greens and crystal lighting make way for this serene oasis.
When all these concepts and thoughts came together, we have an incredible finished product ...
ready for use!!
See more of this project HERE on Houzz!
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The award-winning entrepreneur creates gorgeous interiors that also offer livable-style. Traci says: “What good is a luxurious home if you can’t actually live in it?” That philosophy drives her to provide high-end interior design that really lasts for every one of her clients.
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