2 Bathrooms: 1 Transformation

November 26, 2018

 

 

Now you can be more creative with your bathroom remodel! There are so many choices and selections to make that nearly every client's bathroom looks different by the time we are done with the project.

 

We love this recent remodel that features 3D-like textured tile and a beautiful gray palette... And that's just the master bathroom! We also remodeled the hall bathroom which features a beautiful and sophisticated vanity against a soft blue paint color.

 

First, let's take a look at the master bathroom before the Stevens Kitchens remodel. 

 

It wasn't a horrible bathroom, by any means,but it definitely was a very basic look. And who doesn't love a good makeover!?

 

The first step (of course) is the demolition. 

 

 

And of course we couldn't forget the demo of the hall bath!

 

 

 

We were so happy when this client chose her selections. We thought her choices were so beautiful and unique and we just knew it would look awesome! And as always, Cadence (our amazing Sales Assistant) guided our client to choices that were compelling, appealing, and aesthetically pleasing.

 

 

In the hall bath, we used Wellborn Hancock Bright White MDF. I love the simplicity of the vanity. Since this room is smaller than the master bathroom, it's important that you don't go overboard in design because it will make the room look even smaller. This simple white is perfect.

 

 

For the vanity in the master bathroom we used Wellborn Bishop Willow MDF. We like to use MDF doors when it comes to painted doors, and especially in bathrooms due to the humidity. 

 

 

The shaker door style elongates the tower, and is the perfect amount of detail without going overboard. We also love the custom shelves seen below! Vanities can never have too much storage space! 

 

This picture is also showing the wonderful flooring that was used in this bathroom. We love the wood-like feel of these tile planks and love the texture that's complemented by the light grout. A little more about this tile: It's made from porcelain and the texture is meant to mimic the oak species of wood. The exact selection used in this bathroom: Treyburne Noir Oak

 

 

Next up? Countertops!

 

 

The master bath uses greylac quartz. The veins in the quartz match the cabinetry perfectly. It truly is chic! Ever since we got this specific quartz in our showroom, I've been obsessed! I'm so happy to see someone use it for their vanity countertop. 

 

For the hall bath, spectrum tranquility quartz was used. I love the simple feel of this bathroom and how cool are the lighted mirrors? 

 

In the beginning of this post I mentioned textured 3D tile that lined the shower. Normally I wouldn't focus so much on tile but considering it's a tile we have never seen or used before, I thought it would be awesome to highlight it. For the walls, American Olean Visual Impressions in Gray Quadrangle was used. This specific line is great because it comes in other shapes as well. 

 

These tiles are beautiful because the 3D element gives this tile personality and style. With such a vivacious wall tile, the surrounding tile should be simple with potential accents.

 

The simple floor tile creates a nice balance that also works well with the sills (a graylac quartz used on the countertops of the master bath). 

 

 

 

 

 

I'm a huge fan of how all of the tile complements one another in an almost monochromatic way. The small mosaic band is just enough for pizzaz, without being overbearing. This band is made from aluminum and glass and is from American Olean's Morello collection. We used the Quartz palette to match with the monochromatic theme.

It's often easy to tell what style a bathroom is. This one? Not so much. It has a lot of contemporary elements mixed with a little bit of an industrial feel. 

 

It was so fun doing a project that went outside the norm and we hope others follow suit! Ready for your remodel? Give us a call.

 

 

Best,

Shaina

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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