Many homeowners treasure their master baths. Designed in the late 80’s early 90’s, they can often be spacious with curious vaulted ceilings, separate showers and toilet rooms, and large tubs. They also commonly have access to the master closet from the bath, which can often be a great convenience. But after almost 20 years, it may be time for a fresh look. Many of these spaces don’t need a full bath remodel, but a good renovation could work wonders!
That’s exactly what happened with this master bathroom. Our clients were happy with the original layout. With no reason to move walls, plumbing, or electric to meet their goals, a master bath update was all that was needed. It was as easy as swapping out the old with the new.
Bathroom Remodel – When Less is More
The most interesting element of this master bath’s renovation was the style shift from a traditional design to a contemporary aesthetic. While no changes occurred in the bathroom layout, all the fixtures and design materials were dramatically transformed.
Clean, contemporary bath vanities set the tone for this style refresh. The sculptural black vanity with understated warm cambria countertops and above counter white vessel sink reflect the homeowner’s zen-like aesthetic. Symmetrical layout of the vanity, sinks, mirror, and lights emphasize a calm order of relaxation.
A gray and white marble large-format porcelain tile throughout the shower and floor creates a calm restful atmosphere. A clear glass shower door seamlessly echoes the zen vibe of the shower. Chrome accessories and hardware provide a spark of light.
Ready for a few finishing touches, this bath remodel is a perfect example of when less really is more!