Thursday, July 5, 2012

Duxbury Master bathroom Project

 There is nothing more rewarding than a long time clients request for help with an upcoming project. It is received with great gratitude and appreciation. Here are the results of a master bathroom project for my clients bed and bath suite remodel at their Duxbury home. The vanity area is the focal point of the space with two demi-height cabinets flanking the beautiful Supreme white leathered counter top. The sconces frame the beveled cut mirror for additional lighting and make it a true dressing area.
 Her hardware for the vanity. The jewels of the space. Here you can also see the glaze on the cabinets create added depth and surface dimension.
The Bryant sconce from Circa lighting is simply elegant. It is beautiful against Ben Moore's Color Story paint "Perspective." Silvery but warm this palette is elegant and timeless.
His and hers vanities are separated by a narrow cabinet to add additional storage and separate the shared space. Wrapping the stone around the base of the cabinet unifies the counter to the cabinetry creating a seamless design. All cabinetry via Roomscapes Inc.
The shared side of the bathroom speaks to more genderless hardware.
The 3/8 mosaic tiles are on the shower floor and ceiling with 12x24 metered tiles as a frame. The 12x24 shower tiles continue throughout the bathroom floor and walls for continuity.
All bathroom fixtures are from the 'Charlotte' Collection by Brizo.

"I actually look forward to the end of my day so I can spend it in my new master bed and bath suite."  -Kim Kennedy

Thank you Kim & Mark for letting me help you once again.
It is always a joy to work with you both!
-Michelle

4 comments:

  1. Just beautiful! Marble is one of my favorite materials in the bathroom.

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  2. Thanks so much! It was a fun project and I can't wait to share the rest of this master suite! I'll be posting it within the next couple of weeks! Thanks again!

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  3. Thanks for always being the source that explains things instead of just putting an unjustified answer out there. I loved this post.
    Bathroom Remodeling

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  4. Thank you for your kind words. Very much appreciated.

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