This outdated dark bathroom and vanity combo was in need of a major overhaul, for Sure! From the over-sized garden tub, tiny enclosed shower, right down to the outdated wall paper there was definitely room for improvement.
The plan was to move the shower from the current location to the garden tub Area giving the client a ton of room. Incorporating a full bench Seat along the largest wall just beneath the massive window, which was left to keep the natural light source. Adding not one but two large niches inside the shower for essentials, one complete with recessed LED lights was just what was needed. Changing the existing overhead light to a recessed LED light also complimented the spacious new shower.
Installing a flat rock on the shower floor accompanied by a 12 x 24 tile installed on a vertical pattern on these massive showers walls gave the illusion of there being more space. Granite seat top, along with niche and curb top to match makes for a very clean look. Glass shower frameless panel sitting atop a tree ft knee wall trimmed out with metal trim also gave a sharp clean finish to a stunning shower.
Bringing the boardwalk feel into this bathroom with a wood look 6×36 plank grey washed tile certainly proofed effective with our beach themed design. The horizontal shiplap wall also incorporated the look of an exterior fence complete with the boat tie downs for towel hooks. Topping this portion of the renovation off with a blue/ grey paint proved to be spot on.
Continuing the floor into the vanity area once again gave a more spacious feel to this bathroom vanity combo. Clients decision to continue with same choice of granite for vanity top keeping with the chrome toned plumbing fixtures really complimented the already beautiful renovation.