Master Bathroom Remodel to Relax and Unwind

The homeowner’s were looking to upgrade a few spaces in their historic home. This master bathroom remodel was first on the list. Reaching out to us, through a friends referral was the easy part. They wanted to remodel their existing master bathroom, to bring it up to a more contemporary practical use. Easy enough, the tricky part was still maintaining the historic features of the home. A bathroom can be many things. For them, it needed to be a place to relax – a space where one can unwind, rinse away the stresses of the day.

Our inspiration for this bathroom remodel – the historic original bathroom door casing. The homeowner’s knew that they wanted to redo their existing bathtub & shower combo into a larger walk-in shower. That was about it… With our design team’s help, we were able to come up with a design to remodel that bath to a larger shower, we added a small curb for water drainage. We integrated the use of dual shower heads and frame-less shower glass. This really opened up the space, creating a more spa-like feel. By incorporating the decorative tile in a band and the back side of the niche, sharing the attention of the historic door trim.

We love the results from this design!

Style: Transitional

Project Specs:

  • 10″ Solar Tube
  • Delta Ashlyn 1-Handle Pressure Balance Shower Faucet Trim Kit in Chrome
  • White Venatino Basketweave Polished in the Shower Floor Tile
  • Linear & Metro White Matte 4×12 for the Shower Wall Tile
  • Using Academia Series Aviation in Mint for the Accent Tile

 

A great nod to the historic home to include the trim color in the accent tile, but also the tile on the shower floor. A traditional home would have had a penny tile. You’ve seen them. The round white tiles, about the size of a penny… hence the name. This basketweave black and white tile was a beautiful transition from classic to contemporary with an elongated subway tile for the shower walls.

If you are looking to give your home an update. Please don’t hesitate to call. Ask Jess and get to know our process and team that will be helping you remodel your bathroom.