{ Cedar Mills 1980s Bathroom Facelift }

Although our empty nester clients were still enjoying their custom home they had lived in for nearly 30 years, they had outgrown their once state-of-the-art 1980s master bathroom.

Our master bathroom facelift transformed a bathroom with carpet, wallpaper, glass block tiles, and a 30 year old Jacuzzi into a clean lined, yet warm and inviting space that still worked with the home’s contemporary architecture.  Our selections started with a natural stone for the vanity, and selecting Sapele wood cabinetry for both it’s textured lines and color qualities.  Our next step was selecting our hardware and fittings – knowing we wanted both function and visual appeal.

We relocated the double vanities at the center of the room, and installed the shower on the other side of the wall creating a circular passage for flow. The integrated sinks make a statement at the vanity – as well as the large apron of stone surrounding the face of the cabinetry.  Wall mount faucets, and matte textured tile running vertically complete the look.

The free-standing vessel tub leaves a lasting impression against the windows.  Corner cabinetry and shelves add both storage and visual appeal.  Tucked in the corner an upholstered bench, more storage and built in jewelry organization.

Large format porcelain floor tiles were installed with a smooth skimstone application on the shower floor. Ammenties and special touches in the bathroom include radiant heating, LED lighting under the cabinets and behind the vanity mirrors, a large format thermostat controlled towel bar, a linear drain in the shower, and a wall mounted energy efficient toilet.