Master Bathroom Redesign: From Bland to Island Retreat

A dated master bath is transformed into the ultimate relaxing retreat.

  • With a dated vanity that didn’t provide enough storage and a faux-marble countertop that was falling apart, this master bathroom wasn’t exactly a relaxing place to seek escape from the stresses of the day.
  • Designer Jack Crowley expanded the space and changed the layout by anchoring the walls with his-and-her vanities. Coated linen softens the walls (it’s fabric hung like wallpaper), while the dark cabinetry adds a warm touch to the space. To transform the room into an island retreat, a spa tub featuring a waterfall faucet is placed under the large window.
  • The shower was in serious need of enlarging, and the dark, dingy tiles had to go.
  • Light green vessel sinks and modern faucets are the perfect accents to the new contemporary design. Limestone laid on a diagonal with a beach-glass border replaced the old carpeting. The neutral-colored tile gives the shower an open feeling and is accented by river-rock flooring.

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    • Jack Crowley, ASID, IIDA
      Design Consultant
      Crowley Associates
      2171 NE 59th Ct.
      Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33308
      Phone: 954-290-8611
      E-mail: jack@ajackcrowley.com
      Website: www.ajackcrowley.com
    • Michael Parenti, ASID, IDS
      Interior Designer
      Michael Parenti Interiors, Inc.
      Phone: 561-625-3087
    • Marj Hocker
      Interior Designer
      Michael Parenti Interiors, Inc.
      Phone: 561-625-3087
    • Mary Anne Romano, ASID, NCIDQ
      Interior Designer
      Interiors By Romano
      We apologize no contact information is available.
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