A Transitional Bathroom Renovation
In this transitional bathroom renovation, our design team helped our clients strike just the right balance between traditional and modern styles. The hall bath also functions efficiently. With a double vanity in a separate space from the shower and toilet, the layout allows for more than one person to use it at once.
The Traditional-Modern Transitional Mix
Symmetry in the bathroom is a traditional strategy that’s pleasing to the eye. Other traditional elements include the beaded Shaker-style vanity doors, ornate hardware and the silhouettes of the brushed nickel faucets. More modern notes include the warm neutral color palette, the bathroom light fixtures, the oval mirrors and the undermount sinks.
When you have us install custom cabinetry, we can give you everything on your wishlist. First, the vanity will perfectly fit your space. Second, we’ll be able to put in any special requests you have, such as plenty of drawer space, drawer pull-outs beneath the sinks and/or footed details like the ones seen here, which add a furniture-like custom look. We can also install special inserts for keeping shaving, hair, or makeup supplies and tools well-organized, and deeper drawers for taller bottles.
Anchored By the Floor Tile
In this bathroom, we anchored the space with a beautiful quatrefoil patterned tile on the floors. Note the attention to detail like the grout color that goes with it. These 8″ x 8″ matte tiles add a hint of taup-y terracotta hues that warm up the space.
Little details in a bathroom are that proverbial icing on the cake that make the design sing. Here, a pom-pom shower curtain, thick woven wastebasket, the matchstick blinds, the plant and the botanical patterns of the towels that match the hue in the floor make the space complete. The natural materials that pop up via these items breathe life into the room.
A New Take on Old-School Tiles
Who would have thought something might give subway tiles a run for the money? Yes everyone, square tiles composed in a grid are back in a big way! Here they are clean, simple and at once, both modern and traditional. We also love the old-school feel of the extra-thick bathtub edge. It lends a sense of age in a fresh, clean way.
A Functional Layout for a Family
Here you can see that the toilet and shower are behind a door in their own separate space. This kind of strategy is great for kids who share a bathroom; while one is showering, two can be getting ready at the double vanity. The choice of durable Antarctica quartz countertops is also an attractive low-maintenance choice for the space.
We hope you enjoyed a transitional bathroom renovation, and that this post has helped inspire your own bathroom renovation ideas. If you are ready to remodel your bathroom or complete any other renovation projects, please give us a call to schedule a free consultation.
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