Updated: Jul 6
Bathrooms are a great place to start if you want to renovate your home. For the most part it's a great investment for the resale value and it doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg - compared to, let's say, renovating your kitchen! That can be an expensive one. Our clients came to use wanting to fully gut and expand their existing 1980's bathroom. You should check out some of the before and after photos that we will be posting on instagram! Boy, it's a huge transformation if we've ever seen one!
We immediately go to work laying out our clients' new bathroom (doubling it's size) to host a floating vanity, a free-standing tub and a beautiful glass shower equipped with a rain shower head. One of the main goals of this project was to create an inviting spa-like oasis for our clients. While keeping the tile selections crisp and light, we paired warm wood tones and finishes to balance the design.
Like all our projects we made sure to do some quick on-the-go hand sketches to ensure our design and vision would be implemented correctly. It's all about these little details that are often over looked that push our design to the next level. Let us know what you think, you can check out more on Instagram @tredesignstx.
Plumbing & Bath Hardware:
Towel Ring - Rejvenation - West Slope Towel Ring in Aged Brass
Hard Finishes & Tile:
Vanity - Ikea Godmorgan 4 Drawer Vanity
Vanity Drawer Fronts - Semihandmade Walnut Drawer Fronts
Floor Tile - Floor & Decor District Gray Porcelain Tile 12x24"
Shower Wall Tile - Bedrosians Cloe 5x5" Ceramic Tile in White
Shower Floor Tile - Matte Porcelain Brick Marble Look Floor Tile
Countertop - Silestone Et Statuario
Accessories & Other:
Stool - Serena & Lily Teak Stool
Area Rug - Ruggable - Kamran 3x5' in Coral
Accent Basket - Threshold with Studio McGee Decorative Rectangle Basket
Mirror - Soft Corner Rectangle Gold Mirror
Drawer Pulls - Rejuvenation - 8" West Slope Drawer Pull in Aged Brass
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