When these homeowners found their dream home, there was one small nightmare–the master bathroom. It had been completely demolished during a remodeling job by the previous homeowner, who never got around to finishing it.
When selecting materials for the tub area, the designer's first consideration was color. She wanted something earthy to add drama and vibrancy to the space, but still have a contemporary feel. To achieve that, she chose finishes and materials that all have straight, clean lines. For the earthy element, she selected slate tile and then followed the current trend of mixing various sizes, shapes and patterns of the same material. Large floor tile was used to make the room seem larger.
The existing vanity was painted a natural linen color to really soften the area, and then some new contemporary knobs were added to the doors and drawer. Some of the cabinet doors were removed to expose the structural elements of the vanity. The poured-concrete countertop was stained in shiny black to add luster to the space. Black under-mount sinks blend right into the concrete for a very sleek, contemporary look.
Open shelving was hung horizontally above the vanity to add more interest in the room. A large, stylish, front-leaning mirror was placed on top of the vanity.
The white porcelain toilet with mahogany top got tucked away in its own private little room.
Topping off the room is this cool chandelier. It adds a rustic touch and matches the sconces above the vanity.