Today I’m going to share with you the spacious master bathroom design for the Debordieu beach house project. Last week I shared the laundry room and before that the kitchen. I’ve linked those in case you missed them or just want to see more of this beautiful coastal home!
Here are the original drawings for the master bath which included a his and hers long vanity as well as a make-up vanity with space for a trash can and hairdryer shelf/outlet.
The vanities turned out great and provide plenty of storage. The furniture like legs offer a nice detail on the sink vanity. Included are square porcelain sinks, gold faucets by Delta and cabinet hardware from Top Knobs. The mirrors open up to offer lit storage inside and I believe were ordered from Amazon. The cabinet paint color is Sherwin Williams Alabaster which is a creamier warmer white that just feels a little softer.
For the make-up vanity, the homeowner requested deeper drawers on the right side for housing taller items like hairspray and lotion. It’s the small details like these that make everyday use so satisfying and functional!
When designing this piece, the window height had to be taken into consideration. It wound up being about 30” high which worked out fine. A comfortable stool has been ordered and is on the way to fit right inside the open space. I love the glass pendant which adds a special touch to this little corner.
Last but not least can we talk about the shower? It’s huge and so pretty! The client selected the tile and I especially like the glossy subway and herringbone inlay she used for the shower niches. One of the best things about this shower is the fact that it’s curbless and the small gray hexagon tile transitions right into the overall bathroom flooring. Surrounded by extra tall glass, this open style shower feels extra spacious!
The gold shower fixtures are also Delta and there is a tiled linear shower drain under the shower head nicely concealed. More and more of my projects are including these! They do have to be cleaned out every 3 months or so but it's not hard.
If you are remodeling or building a new home and need help, I can work virtually! I’m fact I’m currently designing a kitchen for a remodel in Arizona right now! Have a great weekend.