Red House Remodeling Blog

October 9, 2015
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Project Profile: Marvelous Marble Master Bath

It’s hard enough to get going in the morning, but when your master bath is dreary and dated, morning can seem even more daunting. This master bath remodel has these homeowners up and at ‘em now that the space is lighter, brighter and more open.

BEFORE: The bathroom was divided into two sections, which made the space feel smaller than it really was. Bulkheads above the vanity and shower also made the space feel more enclosed and made both areas dark.

AFTER: The primary objective of the remodel was to make the bathroom more functional, updated and open. The bath was enlarged and updated with contrasting finishes and luxurious accents. The wall and bulkheads are gone opening up the entire bathroom. Additionally, space was borrowed from the bedroom to slightly increase the size of the bath and closet, which allowed for a more efficient layout to accommodate the homeowners’ needs.

BEFORE: The oak vanity wasn’t ample enough to contain the homeowners’ belongings, and the lighting wasn’t appropriate for the space.

AFTER: The new vanity is slightly longer allowing for two distinct sink areas, which was a must have for the homeowners. While the new vanity is wider, the largest increase in storage came from a countertop tower that conceals products. Frosted glass lightens the upper vanity cabinet while keeping items hidden.

Aesthetically, the couple wanted a clean-lined transitional look with a classic, timeless color palette and materials. Espresso-stained cabinets topped with diamond white quartz and marble on the floors and shower achieve this look.

BEFORE: The shower was plain and very small for a master bath.

AFTER: The shower was slightly enlarged and has great design elements. The homeowners wanted to incorporate considerable marble, which was used on the floor and the shower walls along with smoky gray glass tile. The shower niche is adorned with random modular mosaic tile that matches the vanity backsplash. Spa-like fixtures and a space saving fold down teak seat.

Ready to make your master bath marvelous? The experts at Red House Remodeling are ready to help you through every step from design to production. Contact us today for a free consultation or to attend a free remodeling seminar.