So jealous of my clients new Master Bathroom!
The bathroom space went from dark and outdated, to a light and bright Transitional Bath. First and foremost, the two-story house sits atop the Palos Verdes hills overlooking beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean, and the existing Master Bathroom corner lacked natural light and the only window in the space was facing away from the beautiful ocean views. Four tall windows later, and our space had AMAZING sunlight filtering in!
Early on, we decided we wanted to go with a Transitional style; Modern updates but within a Traditional feel. We went with a Modern but Traditional style in the materials, using a Porcelain marble-like 12x24 tile on the flooring and shower, and also a fun Porcelain stone-like hexagon tile on the backsplash walls above both the double vanity and freestanding tub. In the plumbing fixtures we used a series with an Old-World style for that new but Traditional style. We also custom-made a long 8.5'L double vanity with Modern flat-fronts, in a dark Walnut wood veneer for wood grain visibility, and installed a Quartz stone countertop in White for contrast between the backsplash.
Check out the photos. The window/tub corner happens to be my favorite corner --of all time!!
Items linked below for reference, and also scroll all the way down for the before photos :)
Backsplash - Porcelain Wall Tile
Dal Tile - Marble Attache - Crux MA84 - Hexagon
Grout - Winter Gray #335
Countertops - Quartz Stone
Brizo - Virage - Brushed Nickel
Sherwin Williams - SW7627 - White Heron
The before photos of the space,