Hello and happy Friday! Today I am sharing some of the beautiful materials selected for the Wachesaw Plantation Remodel project I've been blogging about all month. Design projects are always an evolution and some things may get tweaked but I think the end result will look very close to this. The clients wants a clean, classic yet updated feel for the master bath but decided to go a little bolder with some punch in the laundry room!
Let's dive right on into the laundry room because it is going to be amazing! Originally they were considering doing a brick floor and I actually have samples still on the way to look at... but I think after finding this really fun tile the decision has been made. One of the main things to consider when choosing a laundry room floor is how easy it is to clean and brick doesn't really meet that criteria with so much texture and grout lines to contend with. Here is the design concept:
Just look at that tile for the laundry room floor!! Isn't it so cute? The plan is to go with black base cabinets on either side of the washer and dryer with white upper cabinets on top. The built in pantry and open basket shelving will also be white. The sink is to still be decided but there are two great options to choose from ... one is siligranit which is practically bullet proof and the other is fireclay. Both will work in a laundry room setting though some people are leery about damaging fireclay with cleaners etc... do your homework here.
The gold faucet, black laundry rods and decorative wall sconces are going to take this space to the next level. I have shiplap shown as an option to add texture on the washer/dryer wall but I found a 3x12 white picket tile I think I like even better!
Moving on to the master bath, this new space is going to be an oasis. The client happened to have extra heart pine flooring which is beautiful and used in the rest of the house. We could have gone with a tile floor but it really makes sense to save cost here and use what we have... plus it's so warm and inviting. The new walk in shower is a good size and will feature porcelain marble like tile on the walls and corner seat. The shower floor is a true classic marble pattern and will be featured in the 12 x 24 shampoo niche as well. Here is the design concept for the master bath:
There's just something about white and gray with gold plumbing fixtures that speaks speaks volumes. This Brizo bath collection has beautiful lines and is classic yet modern all at the same time. I also love the light fixtures and how the glass beaded chandelier adds just enough texture. It will look amazing hanging over the soaking tub which I selected because it was a good price and I really dig the shape. The client will need to make sure it is the perfect one for her though when visiting the Fergusons showroom.
And that's it! I hope you've enjoyed seeing all the work that goes in to a project like this and the design stages as they progress. Next month I'll be working on a new construction kitchen design and will of course keep you posted. Enjoy your weekend!