For the first project, this plain 1990’s bathroom needed an uplift.
Customers wanted a style that was contemporary, stylish, and timeless.
The centerpiece was to be the vanity. A deep cherry redwood was chosen for the cabinets. Cultured marble was used for the countertop that matched the hue of the tile. Single lever faucets were picked out for an old-world oiled bronze finish. Vanity lights were used that matched the faucet finish but had retro vintage bulbs.
For the second project, it was clear that sometimes the difficulty is finding a way to fit a fixture in a small space and still have it useable. Stuck in between a small hall and two walls was an empty space that used to be shelves. The hallway was used for the entry into a small walk-in closet and a dinky bathroom with just a toilet, shower, and pedestal sink.
Six drawers and two doors, it was enough to store toiletries in a small master bath suite. The countertop was a charcoal-colored quartz artificial stone. The knobs and plumbing fixtures were brushed nickel. The finish on the cabinets an epoxy finish in a cool off-white.