When we think of our perfect home, we picture relaxing evenings in and welcoming loved ones into a warm and inviting space. Creating a home that’s just right has less to do with getting each feature to match the magazines and more to do with building a space around your needs.
Whether it’s the shared hall bath for the kids that needs a makeover or the master suite in need of a modern update, we’ve got your back. Let’s brainstorm some ideas for your master bath, and see how we can work together to improve your entire home.
Natural Stone Hall Bath
This hall bath used to be dark and closed off, but the homeowner was inspired to use natural stone accents to create a space that was not only more calming, but visually larger without adding any square footage. By removing the wall between the vanity and the water closet, we were able to open up the layout and allow for even more natural sunlight and warmth throughout. Since the hall bath is most often used by guests, natural stone is a great choice; it’s a material that can be unique to you, easy to maintain, and delightful to look at.
(Bath)room with a View
Our clients in Milpitas were ready to focus on the details of their master suite remodel. As a builder grade bathroom, this space was riddled with inconvenient storage, a lack of proper light, and layout issues. With a stunning backdrop and a small window of natural light to work with, it was easy to see how this part of the home would soon be able to shine. The clients also saw the potential for a more accessible home. By adding built-in storage in the shower and ample cabinetry throughout along with a bench seat and grab bars, this client made this bright and open master suite a highlight of their forever home.
Aging with Grace
Do you dream of expanded master suites but wonder if your high-end design ideas might be too high maintenance in real life? This busy executive wanted a master bath remodel that was beautiful but low-fuss, opting for a simpler design with specific elements dedicated to personal use and functionality. We worked with the homeowner to replace the outdated tub with a glass-enclosed shower, and installed a pony wall to give the newly open space some more visual separation. By adding this, we were able to create built-in storage on the opposite side and a design accent facing outward giving this homeowner both a fun design and a functional space.
Ready to make your master suite the ideal retreat? Schedule a virtual consultation with a member of our team – we’ll walk through your current space and help you work through your ideas to come up with design solutions that give you the custom master bath you’ve always wanted.