Looking to create a classic and timeless design, these homeowners wanted to select products with a neutral color pallet. The end result is a mixture of grays and whites that have a soft, clean appeal. To ensure this bathroom would also continue to meet their needs throughout life, they requested grab bars for the shower and extensive storage. Designer, Teri Meiners, delivered by adding a tower cabinet on the double sink vanity. To help make their storage more accessible, Teri ensured there were many drawers in the vanity base as well.
Before: The cabinets were starting to look worn with fading paint. The hardware was awkwardly located, and the storage offered in the vanity was limited. The bathtub-shower combination didn't have any safety measures such as grab bars. The floor was covered in tiny square tiles. The only storage in the shower was the tub edge.
After: A sleek and durable vanity proudly stands, complete with a storage tower dividing the two sinks. The vanity is topped with quartz, and features smooth, but decorative hardware. The shower is re-tiled, with an update white bathtub. Grab bare are installed providing a much safer shower experience. A small corner shelf is installed in the shower to help house all shower toiletries. The floor is re-tiled with larger format tiles with a marble pattern
Surface: MSI Quartz
Shower Wall Tile: Magnolia in Gris
Floor Tile: Sublime in Matte (12x24)
Hardware: Modern Transitional Exeter Pulls in Brushed Satin Nickel
Sink: Kohler Caxton Rectangle Undermount in White
Faucet: Hansgrohe Talis
Shower Head:Hansgrohe Raindance Select in Chrome
Toilet: Kohler Cimarron Toilet