A | room | should be two things, Classy & Fabulous. — Coco Chanel
This timeless design recently took home first place honors in the Bathroom category for the 2016 ASID Awards!!
Photography by Julie Soefer
The clients of this 1960's home desired a new Master Bathroom to replace the outdated, non-functional bathroom they once had. The overall bathroom was only 59 square feet for a “Master”. Our objective was to maximize the space, make it functional and create a timeless look.
A new vanity was designed to have more usable storage. The cabinet was faced with mirror to create contrast against the Tricorn Black (Sherwin Williams, SW6258) frame and to maximize natural light as it reflects throughout the bathroom. To make the space feel larger, mirror spans the full width/height of vanity wall and the shower was designed with frameless glass. A combination of light marble, ceramic and porcelain tiles were used throughout the bathroom.