Take a look at this master bath transformation from dull and outdated to sleek and contemporary.
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Devorah Torres and Marty Hoffman have settled nicely into the home they plan to retire in and have added their touch to nearly every room in the house except for the master bathroom. Hoffman wants a bathroom with lots of contemporary features and high-tech gadgets, while Torres wants to relax in simplicity and does not want to strain their budget. Host and interior designer Michael Payne and interior designer Lisa LaPorta pool their resources to make sure that compromise does not go down the drain and that the couple each get the stylish retreat they envision.
Before the makeover, this master bathroom was outdated and boring. The designers have completely transformed the bathroom into a contemporary and simple space.
lavatory sinks (Kohler: Conical Bell), wall-mount sconces (Ginger: Kubic), medicine cabinets (Robern 24" x 30") - Decorative Tile & Bath Inc.
freestanding whirlpool tub and apron (Hydro Systems: Nina) - Ferguson Bath & Kitchen Gallery
windows (frameless floating dual glazed panels) - Myall Construction Inc.
flooring and shower walls (Silverhook honed, gauged slate 12" x 12") - Walker Zanger
vanity cabinet slab doors (maple flat panel 8’-00 x 1’9") - Kitchens Baths Etc.
vanity counter (silver and beige marble) - Stone Mart
lavatory faucets, Roman tub set with hand shower (Tara) - Dornbracht
shower door and enclosure - C.G.S. Custom Glass Specialists
closets - Joseph Lopez Closets
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