Turn of the Century Master Bathroom Get Fresh Update

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Master Bathroom with Good Bones

The house was built in 1999. Inheriting any house can be both a blessing and a cause for some anxiety. You never know the condition you’ll find things left in. We were contacted to remodel the kitchen, master bathroom, and the guest bathroom. The home has “good bones” as they say. Meaning it isn’t a layout problem. We didn’t have to look at moving any major plumbing or electrical. Which makes for a much smoother remodel.

For the master bathroom we needed to update the the deck tub, the vanities, the shower area and all the tile. Using more contemporary pieces with cleaner lines and larger tiles helped to create a sleeker, more updated look. Keeping with the new trend of using grays and whites bringing this home into the next century.

Project Specs:

  • Stock US Cabinets in Shaker “Gray” with Cosmas Satin Nickel Hardware
  • Cosmos “Pebble Beach” Countertops
  • Tiles “Marine Fog” 12×24 Floor Tile
  • White Round Penny Tiles for Shower Floor and 4×16 Soho “White” Glossy Shower Walls Using Merola Lantern Tile in the Niche
  • Satin Nickel Framed Shower Glass with C-Handle
  • 4 Light Hudson Vanity Fixture with Frosted Shade
  • Delta “Windmere” Collection for Plumbing in Shower, 8″ Wide Spread Vanity Faucets, and Matching Bath Hardware
  • Toto Drake Elongated in Cotton White
  • Large Black and Silver Wood Wall Mirrors from Houzz
  • Sherwin Williams “Natural Tan” Wall Color
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