“Do anything you want, but stay in this budget” can be exciting and challenging all at the same time. The owner of this home had some real creative finesse, and it was a pleasure to have her trust. Her support and added final touches at the end really took the space up a notch.
Off the charts tile detail in the ensuite created a backdrop for a prebuilt double vanity, as well as a custom shower fit for two. The main aim was to keep the space unique, but functional. Waterfall taps and vessal sinks gave the space a custom and interesting feel. The metallic and neutral palette gave the homeowner the ability to switch out accents if desired.
In the master bedroom, a stenciled wall kept the bedroom current and on trend while providing a beautiful backdrop for the bed. Again, over time, the stenciled wall can easily be painted, whereas wallpaper, providing the same look, would be costly and challenging to remove. The added amazing closet doors that the owner sourced pushed this bedroom from wow to fabulous.
The main bathroom needed to be functional, but edgy. Again, a prepurchased vanity and linen tower provided a real budget friendly option. The vessal sink and waterfall tap, although not always practical with children, gave the main bath a custom feel for visiting guests.
Along with the bathrooms, the house required a much needed facelift. A modern palate of reds and grays gave this traditional home a whole new look. Carrying the accent color throughout the space unified and balanced the rooms.