For this master bathroom update, the homeowner wanted to take their uninspired space from drab shades of brown to something modern and bright.
The goal of the design was to make the bathroom more open, airy, and brighter, so that it felt larger without taking space from another room. The solution was to remove the wall between the shower and tub as well as design a curbless shower. Using the same hexagonal tile throughout the space helps the eye travel from the main bathroom to the zero-entry shower without interrupting the visual flow.
A new freestanding tub also takes up less room and allowed for the addition of floating shelves in the corner for extra storage. Behind the tub, a wood-look tile accent wall brings warmth and texture to the space, complimenting the overall white and gray selections. Mixed hardware and plumbing fixture finishes in gold and black add another layer of modern visual interest to this master bath.
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Plumbing fixtures – Moen
Accent tile – Emser
Field tile – Floor and Decor
Cabinets – Custom Cabinetry designed by ACo from Green City Cabinets
Lighting fixture – Ferguson
Shower doors – Northside Glass
Mirror – Mirror Concept
Hardware – Jeffrey Alexander