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Bathroom Bingo

Apart from being dated, hello powder blue bathroom and shoe box master bathroom shower, the original layout was simply not functional for the family's needs. Originally, the basement bathroom required guests to walk through a maze-like corridor, making it almost impossible to find. This resulted in guests using the upstairs hall bathroom, which brought them into spaces the homeowner wanted to keep separated for their kids.

The solution was to play around with the floor plan. Upstairs, our team absorbed the original hall bath into the master bathroom, giving it plenty of space for a luxurious shower and Jack and Jill sink. Then, we took the guest bedroom closet with a portion of the closet from one of the kid's bedrooms to create a new hall bath. This also meant it was no longer right at the top of the stairs, leading guests to turn toward the basement bathroom. Finding the basement bathroom became much more accessible as our team relocated and opened up the space. This helped create a separate area for the children's playthings while keeping them in the site line of the main family room. 

Master Bathroom Update

Originally, the master bathroom consisted of a small shower with a short shower head, a console vanity with limited storage, and minimal design elements to give the space a relaxing feel. 

Master Bathroom Update

Meanwhile, the hall bathroom was located on the other side of the wall. It was complete with a retro powder blue bathtub and wall tile. The lighting was dim, and again, there was not much of an aesthetic. Our designer opted to absorb the hall bath into the master bathroom. 

Master Bathroom Update

The final space is filled with details that help contribute to the earthy, relaxing aesthetic. Gone is the console vanity, and in its place is an extensive double sink vanity with stations for husband and wife. There is ample storage, including drawers and under-sink cabinets. The shower is the shining glory of the space. Much more spacious than the original, there are multiple showerheads, a foot rest, and an elongated niche for toiletry storage. The tile helps give an artisanal, handcrafted appearance. A favorite detail that is felt every day but not seen through pictures is the heated floors, helping create an extra cozy touch. 

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The Hall Bath

Before: The space the hall bathroom is now located used to be dead hallway space, as well as the closet to the guest bedroom and one of the children's bedrooms. 

After: Made to be playful and relaxing, this space uses a bold, earthy emerald green tile for the shower and adds luxe gold finishes on everything from the shower head to the hardware to provide an extra pop. 

The Basement Bathroom

Before: Elongated yet cramped, this bathroom was cut off from the rest of the house and functioned as a personal office bathroom. It didn't offer too much function and had zero style, apart from making everything beige. 

After: The space is a perfect balance of bold and subtle. The shower has a playful, bright tile that perfectly matches the floor grout. This is balanced by a neutral-colored vanity that includes drawer storage. 


Products Used

Hall Bathroom Cabinetry: Sorrento Custom Door Style, Cherry Uptown
Hall Bathroom Floors: Happy Floors Salt Stone Ice
Hall Bathroom Shower Wall: Remedy Herbal
Hall Bathroom Shower Niche: Remedy Elixir 
Hall Bathroom Sink: Caxton Rectangle Undermount sink; White
Hall Bathroom Faucet: Levoir Single Hole Faucet & Drain
Hall Bathroom Toilet: Barrington 2 piece toilet w/ rear outlet, soft close seat & matching trip lever
Basement Bathroom Cabinets: Sorrento MDF800 Painted Pavilion Grey
Basement Bathroom Shower Walls: White Ice
Basement Shower Bathroom Floors: White Matte Hexagon Tiles
Basement Bathroom Niche: WOW Grace O; Sage Matte
Basement Bathroom Floors: Anatolia Form Ice
Basement Bathroom Grout: Mapei Pick Your Color Cloudburst and Window Pane
Basement Bathroom Sink: White Caxton Rectangle Undermount sink
Basement Bathroom Faucet: Genta Single-hole Faucet
Basement Bathroom Toilet: Cimarron 2pc elongated toilet w/ soft close seat & matching trip lever 
Master Bathroom Cabinetry: Sorrento V175 Cherry Briar cabinets
Master Bathroom Shower Wall Tile: Antique White Stacked Mosaic
Master Bathroom Shower Floor: 2x2 Black Matte Hexagons
Master Bathroom Vanity Wall: Thassos & Brass Mosaic
Master Bathroom Floor: Atache Lavish 
Master Bathroom Sink: Caxton Rectangle Undermount sink; White
Master Bathroom Faucet: Rinza Widespread Faucet & Drain
Master Bathroom Toilet: Adair 1 piece compact elongated toilet w/ matching trip lever
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