Master Bathroom Remodeling in Chandler...
After meeting with Mark, we determined that the goal of his remodel was that he wanted to convert his typical 2000s master bath into a transitional and functional area and get more storage. The standard cultured marble walls and soaking tub wasn’t exactly what he wanted any longer.
After learning about his style, we determined a large format tile and larger base cabinets would do the trick. From the white cabinetry, and striking vein large format tile and deep soaking tub.
The white shaker cabinets are for Sollid Cabinetry. We minimized the sink bases so that Mark could control what is under those cabinets, however do you see those drawer bases? They are large enough to hold anything you desire.
The two-toned shower and tub deck tile feature a striking vein that appears to go on for days. The wall tiles size is a large format tile measuring at 24X48.
This size allows for two great design elements. The first, allowing the vein to be continuous. Second, less wall grout. A total of 9 tiles used on the walls. To accentuate this vein we installed an oversized niche allows for a spotlight for the pebble mosaic to be a feature on the wall and the shower pan.
The tub deck and curb tiles are from Arizona Tile as well. It is the Cemento Rasato – Bianco 12X24. By pairing these tiles together, it supports the wall tile and allows that to be the star of the show.
The bathroom floor is Frassino, from the collection of Porta Nouva from Arizona Tile. Laid in a horizontal random offset. This selection pops the whites and grounds the elements.
This bathroom features a Calcatta quartz countertops that showcase a slight vein that supports the wall tile. The bathroom accessories, lighting fixtures and faucets are all brushed nickel.
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