Rooms: Master bathroom & half bath
Materials: LG Viatera® quartz countertops, Design-Craft cabinets, Brizo faucets and fixtures, porcelain tile shower and flooring
Features: Vessel sinks, new vanities, wall-mounted faucets
While bathroom remodels don’t always get as much attention as kitchen renovations or other larger spaces, updating your bathroom can make the entire house feel more current and fresh. That’s why we loved helping these homeowners renovate their master and half bathrooms to bring them up to speed with the rest of their renovated home.
The half bath was dimly lit, outdated, and in desperate need of a face lift. We started by reorienting the space and moving the bathroom door, which originally opened into the kitchen. With a more logical placement for the entrance installed, we then got to work updating the space. We added a number of lighter design elements—clean, white walls; new white cabinets; and beautiful quartz countertops—to brighten up the room. By adding a vanity with extra storage space, we were able to remove the existing medicine cabinet and help open up the space. We also added a vessel sink and wall-mounted faucet to give the bathroom a more modern, elegant feel.
The existing master bath lacked proper lighting and felt very outdated. We wanted it to be a serene, inviting space that the homeowners could really enjoy. To start, we removed the tub and very small shower to create one large, walk-in shower. We moved the shower controls to the pony wall so the homeowners could easily turn it on from the outside without getting wet. We tiled both the shower and the floor in beautiful, light-colored porcelain for easy cleaning. Like the half bathroom remodel, we added a matching vanity with quartz countertops, two vessel sinks, and wall-mounted faucets. We also installed wall sconces for additional lighting. Our finishing touch for the space was painting the walls a nice light blue, which adds to the bright and airy feel of this new master bathroom.