Master Bathroom Makeover in Tempe...
Fish & Beatrice purchased this 1980’s home and wanted to update the feel and look, starting with the master bathroom.
The bathroom was oddly shaped. The shower had a bump-out that made the shower smaller and there was wasted space behind the entry door. The dated lighting and the wasted space created dull and dark pockets.
The room had great bones but lacked in design.
Meeting with them, we learned that they wanted a classic modern style bathroom that was open and clean. We went to the drawing board and started collaborating on a design that we all loved.
In the shower we removed the bump-out, increasing the shower floor plan.
We also took the shower wall tile to the ceiling. By doing this the shower visually looked larger and custom.
By using two different shower wall tiles we created a soft juxtaposition of the soft and hard textures.
We used a fabric tile for the shower side walls. This tile is Touch Snow from Arizona Tile. The back wall tile is from Monterrey Tile called Stone Mood Silver.
These two tiles together create a calming effect as you noticed the creamy vein of the stone, compliments the Linen texture of the fabric. To compliment the walls, this pebble from Arizona Tile shows an array of colors that contrast and enhance the look.
Look at that niche! The size of the niche will hold any bottle of products. We also used the Matte Black pluming fixtures from Delta Faucet Company.
The collection is call Trinsic. Each element of the metal profile coordinates and collectively enhances the modern elements of the room.
Rather, than making the room feel smaller, we found a vanity that resembles a piece of furniture. This transitional vanity allows the room to appear larger.
The electric mirrors were the perfect way to combine a clean look by not having the traditional lighting above the mirror. These mirrors evenly illuminate the face when turned on.
The flooring tile is light and soft allowing the lighting to bounce around the room so that there aren’t dark and dull spaces. Sherwin Williams paint finishes allow for lighting to illuminate the areas well. The color chosen in this space is called Drift of Mist.
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