This space was completed over 2 years ago, but I’ve only recently been able to have it photographed. I had Britt Smith Photography come out to shoot this space and I’m just so happy with how the images came out. As you’ll see, they definitely reflect the luxe and vibrant vibe I was going for with this bathroom!
Above is the beaded chandelier I sourced for this project, but before we get into this gorgeous bathroom design, let’s see what it looked like when I was hired.
My client had already knew this would be a full gut job and I was excited to be able to have a clean slate to work with. The entry door into the bathroom was across from the shower, and with the window where it is… we were limited in the layout of the bathroom.
My client’s main needs were a larger shower + a functional tub – she wanted me to put my touch of color into the space, as well.
Here’s the after photos! Did I deliver?
The bold blue tile is so different from what I typically source, as most of my clients have wanted neutral tile for their kitchens and baths. I love that the depth of color and the texture in these, because they really help ground this large shower and bath area. I’m soooooo happy my client agreed on with me on these!
The previous built-in cabinets were way too wide for my clients’ needs, so I selected a free standing vanity, which cleared up space for a long soaker tub. Because the shower is so much larger, I opted to have the tub faucet closer to the tub entrance. Otherwise, my client would literally have to climb in the tub just to turn the water on.
All faucets and fixtures are polished chrome from Brizo’s Siderna collection. I chose the green glass handles for the faucets, but the ones at the sinks were molding, so I ended up replacing them with the basic polished chrome handles a few months ago. You can see the green glass ones at the tub faucet. They’re absolutely beautiful, but unfortunately there was a design flaw that causes them to trap water. 🙁
I designed the custom shower with body sprays, a hand shower, a large 8″ wall showerhead, and a 6-function diverter that made this shower truly luxurious!
Inside the water closet (where the toilet sits), I had a beautiful, yet subtle, wallpaper installed that really elevated that small space. I also used my favorite toilet, which is one-piece, dual-flush, elongated, and chair height. It’s a beautiful toilet that is SUPER easy to clean, since there’s none of the nooks and crannies that traditional toilets have. It’s a work of art, seriously. You can get it here.
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Samjah Saulsberry says
Good to see these colorful tiles ideas. I want to use the same color pattern in my inhouse.