Project of the Week: Neutral Master Bathroom
Jun 05, 2020

For our first feauture project of June, we are sharing our most recent bathroom remodel. It is a stunner! The large master bathroom was a great space to begin with, however, the homeowner wanted to update the space and design something that better fit their aethetic. We started the process by deciding to remove all of the architectural arches the space had, to create a more open and clean lined look.

Next, we worked with Gravel Lane to create these beautiful custom vanites. One thing I love most about this space, is the layout of two single vanities, creating a distinct space for both him and her. We settled on a warm gray paint on the custom vanities topped with a gorgeous quartz that incorporates both grays and browns for a beautiful earthy yet elegant feel. The brass hardware and fixtures warm up the gray and add an elegance to the space. Once the vanities were designed, we made tile selections. Our in house designer worked with the client to choose tile that coordianted with the custom vanities and created a serene and neutral feel in the space. We used a warm gray and white tile for the flooring, a simple beveled subway tile for the shower walls, and a statement tile for behind the tub (this creates a focal point and adds amazing texture to the space!).


The result is a stunning neutral space that feels relaxing and bright, just like a master bath should! Take a look at the before, during, and after pictures and let us know what you think.