This is a pure beauty! We had to bring you more details of this exquisite bathroom renovation, completed by our senior interior designer Nicole Varga last year.
We think you’ll agree that she created a bathroom space that is simply stunning, with the polished porcelain tiling and finishing details. Her design ideas and creative vision are the key to her impeccable work. Our clients couldn’t be any happier with their new bathroom!
Here are the details of this magnificent renovation.
How did you come up with this design?
The premise of the design was that these clients recently became empty nesters so decided to turn one of the spare bedrooms into a larger en-suite and walk-in closet. We re-worked a couple of different layout designs which resulted in removing some walls and adding in some other walls to create a spacious bathroom and a walk-in closet that was adjacent.
What elements were important to the client to incorporate?
Coming from a bathroom that was one tiny vanity cabinet with one sink for four people, it was important that they have two sinks. Also, on the wish list was a steam shower and large soaker tub.
What materials were used?
We used a porcelain tile throughout on the floor and walls that resembled calacatta marble and we used caesarstone quartz for the tub deck and skirt, shower bench and counters.
What challenges were unique with this design?
I did a renovation for these clients a few years back, when we renovated their entire main floor including the kitchen. One challenge was to make sure that this renovation carried the same theme we did a few years ago but keeping true to newer and classic trends. We achieved this by using similar paint colors for the vanity and carrying the same marble look throughout the bathroom.
What are you most excited about with this project?
Two of my favorite aspects of how this project turned out was:
The cleanliness of the glass – We have a lot going on in this bathroom: large steam shower, soaker tub, double vanity and yet with the airiness of the glass it doesn’t feel overwhelming. We opted not to have towel bars on the glass itself so that it would keep to the open, unobstructed feel.
The Caesarstone Bench – I was really happy with how the Caesarstone bench and tub deck/skirt turned out. It really gives the illusion that the tub and bench were carved out of stone.
What is unique about this design that you’ve never done before?
It was great to be able to play with a large amount of space. Typical bathrooms I have worked on are compact so it was nice to be able to be creative and design a nice big shower. The contractor also did a beautiful job concealing the floor drain in the shower and hid it underneath the floating bench.
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