Orange + White Bathroom Makeover

Designer Rachael Franceschina transforms a small, outdated cottage bathroom into a larger, more up-to-date master bath.
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November 25, 2014
By: Jen Jafarzadeh L'Italien

Part Custom, Part Ikea

The sink vanities are from IKEA, while the undermount sinks, countertops, and faucets were not. The plumbing for this pushed the vanity out from the wall a few inches, forcing the contractor to get creative and make a reveal detail to hide the space.

Before the Remodel

This remodel transformed a small and dated half bath into a full master bathroom and closet. Designer Rachael Franceschina pulled additional floor space from the adjacent bedroom.

Budget Bath

The small budget did not accommodate the expensive freestanding tub and was replaced by a more affordable option found online.

Illusion of More Space

White is used throughout the bathroom to help make the area feel larger and allow natural light to reflect in the space.

Switch of a Fixture

Positioning the tub's faucet on the opposite side allowed the bathtub to be placed closer to the window, creating more floor space.

Personal Character

The blue-gray floor tile grounds the space in a rich color while the painting above the bath adds character.

Pop of Orange

Orange is used as an accent color throughout the house and these orange Caesarstone countertops add a bold punch in the bathroom.

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