Friday, August 7, 2015
This galley shaped master bathroom took on an entirely different personality
when we got a hold of it!
I've worked with this young couple for years and now they have a sweet little daughter! With that said, they have streamlined the house which is super functional and
THE MOST ORGANIZED HOME I've ever been in!
(I wanted to gut my closet every time I left there)
The client's top priorities were :
2. Less is More
3. Clean and Simple
With an overall neutral color palette including subtle shades of purple,
we are ecstatic with the turn out!
But FIRST -- Where it all began:
AFTER and BEFORE:
Shower and Tub
Where did WE start and how did we get there?
Check out our drawings of the space!
Elevation drawings of the vanity and shower/tub wall help to visualize what the end product will look like, and ensure correct measurements of all items.
Now for the final product!!
We wrapped the drop in rectangular tub in the same linear stria floor tile that covered the main flooring and continued it around the entrance to the frameless shower for a cohesive, collective look.
The modern brushed nickel plumbing fixtures for the bathtub sit atop the tile decking around this beautifully contemporary drop in bathtub.
A linear 4"x 16" glass tile in soft gray was chosen for the frameless shower and we decided to run it vertically around the space for an even more modern look.
Cabinetry style can ultimately set the stage for the style of a space. This completely flat panel custom cabinetry immediately gives this bathroom a look of "sleek". With the clean gray quartz countertops and coordinating brushed nickel straight pulls, the less-is-more concept quickly comes to fruition.
Floating vanity mirrors behind the 2 pendants dropped in front of each vanity gives each partner his and her own space to love in the bathroom. Along with plenty of cabinet space and the custom center cabinetry and towel holding cabinet, we were able to give this vanity a very unique and one-of-a-kind look.
See your simple because simply-perfect with the help of TCI ;)
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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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