This client’s master bathroom goes from 90’s beige to bright modern with the help of dramatic black tiles, white quartz and satin nickel finishes.
This summer I had the opportunity to design two bathroom projects for my client Deb, this elegant master bathroom and a colourful kids bathroom shared by her two amazing little girls.
Deb’s ensuite was full of creamy beige tones, large mirrors, and a lot of cabinetry. The large soaker tub and shower both needed to be replaced, but the cabinetry was in good shape and could be reconfigured and painted.
Deb and her husband wanted a more elegant space and loved the look of dramatic dark tiled showers. We used a dark grey shale-print tile for the floors and shower and contrasting bright white for the cabinetry and quartz countertop.
The built-in tub was replaced with a freestanding deep soaker tub and a cubby was built into the wall to store bath necessities.
The lower corner cabinet was removed to allow for a small stool and under the new wall unit, space was created for a small makeup area.
The new walk-in shower also includes a built-in wall cubby and new rain showerhead. The grey and white mosaic tile floor of the shower ties together the many shades of grey used in the bathroom.