A residential project needing a full overhaul. Think "Fixer Upper". We came in with a team of professionals and took out every piece of flooring, all plumbing fixtures, tore out the current bathroom layouts, painted and created an entirely new lighting plan. The end result was an updated and functional new home. Function was crucial in this design as the clients wanted surfaces and hardware that were beautiful in design but user friendly/durable for their elderly guests. Before Photos Below.
We designed the kitchen with durability as our main priority. The countertops are an amazing marble alternative product (LG Viatera in Minuet) that can stand a beating. I really love this product because it's not only crazy durable but it's also such a pretty solid surface. We paired the grey veining in the countertops with a grey glass subway tile and crisp white cabinets.
The master bathroom was hands down my favorite room in this renovation. After removing the old tub and shower we added in a new free standing tub that was smaller, allowing us to add a larger shower. The old shower was teeny tiny so adding a larger one was high on the want list. We still had to keep in mind that the clients wanted durability in this bathroom while also an updated aesthetic. We selected a glossy faux calacatta marble for the shower walls for a more traditional element and paired it with a tan pebble stone. I LOVE ME SOME PEBBLE STONES. They feel so great under foot and provide a lot of grip. Such a favorite of mine.
We couldn't update the master bathroom without giving the guest bathroom some love. The guest bathroom received a new tub unit, floor to ceiling subway tile walls and a really special floor tile. The original vanity was given an update with paint, new plumbing hardware and cabinet hardware. The mirrors and light fixtures were swapped out with gorgeous updates.
Master Bathroom - Shower/Tub