Meet Our Client
Kristen and her family had renovated their entire home and backyard prior to us coming in. But they had 3 bathrooms that still needed to be renovated so that’s where we came in! Kristen gave us quite a bit of freedom in the design process, her only request was that the bathrooms had the same traditional and timeless feel that the rest of the house did.
The Design Process
Lead Designer: Angie
Photography by: Nicole Dianne Photography
For Angie, classic bathroom design means marble, millwork, polished nickel and beautiful tile. So that is what we did. Kristen was tentative about the upkeep of using real marble, so we found some beautiful porcelain tile that looks so much like the real deal, but without the maintenance.
Angie’s favorite transformation is the master bathroom. Before, the room was dark and dated. After, we covered the walls in floor to ceiling millwork, painted the room white, and inset the mirrors directly into it. We laid the marble-like porcelain tile in a herringbone pattern on the floor and chose a soft gray subway tile to compliment it. The best part of this whole bathroom though is the built-in storage behind the bathtub and the way Ashlee styled it.
The guest bathroom is gorgeous. You just can’t go wrong with a black, white, and wood combo. My favorite part of this bathroom is the Restoration Hardware vanity paired with the polished nickel mirror, faucet and sconce. This bathroom just glows.
In her daughters bathroom we added painted v-groove boards, classic white subway tile and other timeless finishes. To make it more youthful we added some fun cement tile and plumbing fixtures that were bit more streamlined and modern.