The homeowners desired a high-end bathroom that was functional and easy to maintain on a day-to-day basis. The James Barton Design-Build team transformed the look and feel of this ensuite by incorporating a blend of modern stylings with cool neutral tones. No detail was taken for granted throughout this bathroom from the matching white quartz used in the vanity countertops and open-concept shower to the eye-catching white freestanding tub and porcelain flooring.
- The large freestanding Kohler white tub was selected for its fluid lines that blend perfectly with the modern feel of the room.
- Recycled glass was used to create the strip of river stone cascading down from the room’s vaulted ceiling.
- A dark metal chandelier hangs above the tub to contrast with the neutral-tone of the rest of the bathroom.
- The bathroom’s existing large window was replaced with a transom window to allow for warm natural light to enter above the tub while increasing privacy.
- The bathtub’s wall-mounted faucet serves as a unique center-piece that adds balance to the room.
- White Cambria veined-quartz panels were used as the shower’s surround for their bold design and ease of cleaning.
- Porcelain flooring (made to look like wood planks) was used throughout the bathroom and flows seamlessly into the open-concept shower.
- A true spa-like experience was created with multiple spray options including a shower head, handheld spray, and three body sprays.
- The shower’s floor drain is hidden beneath the floating bench.
- White quartz countertops sit atop sleek grey cabinets to compliment the bathroom’s modern feel.
- Custom storage options were included based on the needs of the homeowners such as drawers with power outlets and cabinets specifically for makeup.
- Sconces were installed next to each mirror to provide functional lighting at face level.
- The inset slab front vanities with tab-pull hardware offer a modern aesthetic that is easy to clean and maintain.
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