This 1780's home had a rich heritage, serving as a Methodist meeting place in its early days. A hideous master bath had been added in the 1970's, and it desperately needed to be replaced.
The remodeled Master Bathroom has a diverse, yet settled, selections palette. It's a room that now feels like it has been there all along. The clients are ecstatic and enjoy spending time there.
Carefully selected materials traverse time and geography. Reclaimed materials were scouted out at antique dealers, and add balance to the complementing new materials; heart hickory cabinetry handcrafted in the Midwest, eclectic Italian mirrors, and Caesarstone countertops.
The precision required to get every detail just right in this project was tedious but worth it. From sourcing vintage hardware, to finding exactly the right plumbing fixtures, picking through many boxes of tile to choose just the right ones, and detailing the vanity with 3D models down to 1/16th of an inch make everything in the final project “just right”.
The biggest challenge was creating a palette of finishes from a variety of manufacturers and sources that complement each other and look like they belong together.
The tones of the raw metal mirrors and counters balance play off the satin nickel of the plumbing fixtures.
A freestanding exposed shower valve system looks like it has been there all along.
"It's all in the details!"