Look no further for Master Bathroom inspiration. This bathroom is what your dreams, Pinterest pins, and Houzz saves are made of! What started as a Houzz photo inspiration developed into a beautiful bathroom, functional for the client and just as beautiful (or even more beautiful in my opinion) than the one they shared at our first design meeting. It is hard for me to pick favorite designs, we probably do 20 -30 bathrooms in a years time, but I would have to say that this bathroom is at the top of the list.
The beautiful black and white contrast with tons of lighting and the perfect amount of natural light. I hope you enjoy this bathroom as much as we enjoyed designing and building the space. The tall vanity cabinet from Woodharbor Custom Cabinetry, allowed for the storage they desired as well as the vanity cabinets. Taking the tall cabinet to the ceiling helped for the room to feel larger.
The original bathroom felt dark, cold and outdated, but it did bring in some great natural light. We wanted to maintain this natural light in the new design but still be able to have a functional space for our client. We removed the old window and installed a new obscure glass window from ProVia in its place, giving the privacy for the shower but not giving up any of the natural light. The full height clear shower glass, fabricated and installed by Clinton Glass Company, provides the natural light to come through the shower and into the space.
The 4 X 12 White Subway Tile from Daltile with a darker grout outlines the unique shape of this subway tile. The darker grout compliments the other darker elements in the room while outlining each tile in a beautiful way! Paired with a Hexagon Shower Floor Tile, this shower is stunning. The brushed nickel fixtures from Kohler help to keep everything light and elegant.
Separate Lavatory Space
The lavatory space is straight ahead as your enter the bathroom.We designed this layout in such a way that if you leave the bathroom door open you aren’t looking straight into a standard pocket door, instead you are looking at this beautiful full height obscure glass door. The track for the pocket door is from Cavity Sliders, the frosted door is from TruStile.
We hope you enjoyed taking a look at our remodel spotlight – we hope that this gave you inspiration for your next master bathroom project. I have included the links to the products that were used in this bathroom below. We hope you’ll consider our company for your next remodel, for more ideas, Prendergast Construction Portfolio
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Faucets – Kohler Purist: http://bit.ly/kohlerpurist
Sinks – Kohler Ladena: http://bit.ly/38AaTAT
Toilet Fixture (Not pictured) – Kohler Highline: http://bit.ly/KohlerHighline
Cabinetry – Woodharbor Custom Cabinetry: https://www.woodharbor.com/
Floor Tile – Atlas Concorde – Haven: http://bit.ly/atlashaven
Shower Wall Tile – Daltile 4 X 12 White Subway Tile: no longer available, here is another option – http://bit.ly/2SURPq2
Shower Floor Tile – Landmark Evo Charme – Michelangelo : http://bit.ly/328ADlh
Mirrors – Gatco Mirror: http://bit.ly/gatcoblackmirror
Vanity Lights – Crystorama Lena Wall Sconce: http://bit.ly/SconceLight
Cabinet Hardware – Top Knobs, Ascendra, Pulls: http://bit.ly/topknobsascendra & Knobs: http://bit.ly/topknobsascendraknob
Window – Endure Picture Window: https://www.provia.com/windows
Pocket Door – Custom Door: https://www.trustile.com/
Shower Plumbing Fixtures – Kohler Purist Collection: http://bit.ly/kohlerpuristcollection
Grab Bar – Tileware Grab Bars: http://bit.ly/tilewaregrabbar
Shower Glass – Custom Shower Glass: https://clintonglasscompany.com/