Ready to see an amazing master bathroom? Walking into this room will stop you in your tracks! Today's post features another well designed room inside the Wilderness Plantation project. We started with the kitchen, then the butler pantry, then the powder bath and laundry room. In case you missed those posts, links are below.
To begin the design process, we had our "design kick off meeting" where the clients share their ideas, inspiration images, must have's and wishlist. Sometimes these requests can vary between husband and wife so this is great way to get a feel for each of their preferences. After going through many saved images with lots of colors and styles, the one we kept coming back to was this rich, industrial vibe including black. Here are a few of the inspiration photos with rooms by 1. Lindsay Hill Interiors 2. Franielle 3. Tracy Lefferts.
You may have seen one of my social media posts explaining that the husband works in the tile business and has overseen many unique commercial tile installations in his day. He really wanted to find something that pushed the limits of design with a big wow factor. Nailing down the exact tile was quite the process as we all searched for viable options. In the end, he found a wall tile that, well let's just say made me... pause... when I first saw it lol! I was having a hard time picturing two walls of it running from floor to ceiling. Here's a close up of the tile...
But wow did it turn out amazing!! Here are some pics of the walk in shower and soaker tub featuring floor to ceiling tile. I LOVE how the modern lines of the tub play off the geometric tile pattern.
The brass plumbing fixtures were the perfect choice and pop against the black and white tile. Note the seamless shower entrance where the tile transitions into a small hexagon. Love it! While all of this is stunning, you can't miss the semi-custom his and her cabinets that were designed to fit the space and provide ample storage. The natural alder wood finish complements the room and warms it up. Electrical outlets are included on the interior of the upper cabinet to conceal toothbrushes, hairdryers, shavers, etc. The lower shelves add a modern flair and can house towels or baskets, etc.
Lastly let's talk light about the light fixtures and the mirrors. The client found these cool lights on line and really wanted to use them. We were able to put one over each mirror and also added one inside the commode closet pictured below. Additionally, 2-3 wooden shelves have been ordered and will be added on the wall above the toilet. Who says commode rooms can't have style? Finally I wanted to mention the round brass mirrors. I wasn't sure if they were going to be large enough initially but I really like how they soften the space and contrast all the geometric patterns.
And that's a wrap for this project! Hope you enjoyed touring this house as much as I enjoyed sharing it. If you are building or remodeling and need design help because you're too busy or need professional support, let's chat. Book a Discovery Call with me here.
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