Primary and Guest Bathroom Reveal with Natural Stone and Live Brass Finishes
A second phase project completed in 2020 for our Westbrook Road Project. This homeowner’s gorgeous kitchen was completed in Spring 2019 and is a show stopper for its custom details and thoughtful design. Designing the primary bathroom and lower level guest bathroom were no exception.
Main Floor Primary Bathroom
While not mighty in size, it is grand in design. We had to make a design pivot halfway through the project as our original design plans logistically wouldn’t work how we wanted them to. A beautiful Calacatta Gold polished marble has pockets of beautiful green veining, complementing the natural patina of the burnished brass fixtures by Waterworks.
Sharing a few in progress images here, the original floor tile had to be jack hammered up, total gut, new insulation and framing with drywall to support the new design efforts.
Look at the beautiful grain continuity in the white oak floating vanity! Integrating finger pulls was a fun challenge for our cabinet shop, considering spacial needs to fit fingers, making sure it was stronger than the typical drawer fronts, etc.
A 12″ tall backsplash for dramatics leads up to beautiful custom wall asymmetrical sconces.
We love this fun control placement, placed on the back wall of the shower to avoid having to reach all the way around the glass partition. The green banner tile nods to the green in the vanity marble. The burnished brass finishes will wear beautifully in the shower.
Lower Level Guest Bathroom
While renovating the primary bathroom, we refreshed the lower level guest bathroom as well. A peek at where we started here.
Monochromatic with thoughtful details. The marble sink and black metal base was another custom feature to create a console sink. Not to disturb the marble sink by drilling additional holes a wall mounted faucet keeps a clean aesthetic.
In this lower level the concrete floor had to be busted up for mechanical soluations and it benefitted the design to accomplish a curbless, walk-in shower. This allowed the 2″ matte black hexagon tiles to seamlessly carry from floor to shower. A black frame shower door contrasts the bright white tile.
This project was so much fun to watch come together. The smallest of details were considered to maximize the most of these spaces and design elements.
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