These past couple of years, we’ve done lots of renovations, but this black and white primary bathroom had to be one of my favorites projects. My clients badly wanted to update their dysfunctional, dated beige bathroom. A larger shower and comfortable tub were two of their must-haves.
So, I presented layout options to help make this bathroom more practical. Once the final layout was decided upon, we went with a neutral black and white aesthetic. We installed a spacious walk-in shower with a glass door, a deep soaking tub with a waterfall, and a wall-mounted faucet. We wanted to use simple, modern fixtures and materials, so sleek, white quartz countertops, a heated towel rack, and wall-to-wall subway tile were installed.
As it is for most WJD projects, we handled every aspect of this project: drawing all the plans, selecting all the materials, and coordinating construction. Check out the before and after below!