Using some of today's hottest trends, interior designer Alicia Mooney takes a run-of-the-mill 1950s master bath and redefines it into a spectacular spa-like retreat.
A contemporary design makes the most of the space. Each area of the room is given its own definition, but all still blend seamlessly into one luxurious design.
faucets: Kohler – K-9018-CP P, K-7605-P-CP, K-14406-4-CP
pedestal sink: Kohler – K-3029-0 Kathryn 42" Console Table White and
K-6861-CP Square Brass Table Legs
wall mount vanity: Kohler – K-3081-F4 Purist
medicine cabinet: Kohler – P73017-00 Barbara Barry
towel bar: Kohler – K-14435-CP Purist
robe hook: Kohler – K-14443-CP Purist
valve trim: Kohler – K-T14423-4-CP Purist
valves: Kohler – K-304-K-NA and K-304-K-NA
shower arm and flange: Kohler – K-7398-CP S
shower trim: Kohler – K-T14422-4-CP
tile: Traditions in Tile
decorative flusher: Functional Fine Art
limestone countertops: Bella Maria
wall art: ART ASAP
mirrors: Vanilla Moulding
sconces: Robert Abbey Lighting
fabric for window shades: Award Fabrics
rug: Designer Carpets
toillet: Toto USA, Inc.
The vanity area received an update with new floating cabinets and an oversized mirror. The same wood was used to build the cabinets, vanity mirror and the mirror above the sink. Repeating the same elements throughout a room is one of the hottest trends in modern design today.
This is no ordinary toilet. The toilet seat on this commode acts as a bidet at the push of a button. It has its own remote and can be fitted onto any toilet.
The old pedestal sink was replaced with a new contemporary-style console sink. There is plenty of surface space and a convenient built-in towel bar. The large mirror on top is made with both clear and frosted glass for a contemporary look.
A mix of glass tiles covers the walls from floor to ceiling. An eye-level border was created around the perimeter of the room using small brown and large sage-green crackle tiles. The modern-style scones are attached to a dimmer switch to allow the lighting to be set for any mood.