photos by Sarah E Dunn Photo + Design
I have been SO excited to share this amazing transformation of one of my latest design projects. This client's bathroom was original to the home and had not been updated since they had lived there. I was so excited when they asked me to help with the design and coordination of this renovation especially after hearing their vision and ideas for the space. Miller Team Renovations handled all the tile and renovation work from start to finish and they were wonderful to work with. I appreciated that they kept me updated every step of the way and allowed me to make every single little decision about the space, which is so rare.
The biggest change in the bathroom was the removal of all separating walls between the shower and toilet. This made the bathroom feel twice as big and so much more open. The addition of the glass walls in the shower area and the seamless shower entry just adds to that feel even more. My client knew for sure from the beginning that they wanted the dark hexagon tile on the floor and white subway tile in the shower. We opted for an oversized subway tile with dark grout for the shower and continued the tile into the toilet nook as well so it was perfectly symmetrical. One of my favorite features in the corner shower bench in the shower which is perfectly tiled to look like the floor just extends right onto it.
Another stunning feature of this space is the gorgeous walnut midcentury vanity which was custom made for the project. Before, this bathroom had a vanity on each side with a sink, but adding this double sink and eliminating the extra vanity opened up this bathroom so much and allowed the window to be completely uncovered. The vanity feels like a piece of furniture and since it's on legs and open on the bottom, it just adds to the spacious and open feel of the bathroom even more. I also love how the mixing and matching of brass and black fixtures came together in the space. I think just choosing one or the other would have been overkill or made the space too boring, but mixing the combo together really makes the vanity area pop!
You can check out all the before + after photos below as well as a fun video of the details of this space. I've also listed sources for every single fixture and piece we used in this space at the end of this post. If you have any questions about anything not mentioned, just ask in the comments below! If you would like more details on my design services, head to our design page here.
Design + Styling by Gathered Living
Renovation completed by Miller Team Renovations
Floor Tile: The Tile Shop
Subway Tile: Lowe's
Paint Color (walls): Gray Tint by Benjamin Moore
Shower Faucet: Wayfair
Sink faucets: Wayfair
Vanity + Countertop: Custom made by Brock McVey
Vanity Hardware: Amazon
Towel Bar: CB2
Towel Ring: CB2
Toilet Paper Holder: Amazon
Switchplate Covers: Lowe's
Sconce Light: Wayfair
Pendant Globe Lights: West Elm
Brass Frame: Target
Small Faux Plant: Target
Vase: At Home
Gold Hammered Trays: Target
Glass Jar: Target
Soap Dispensers: Target
Bath Towels (green): Target
Bath Towels (printed): Target
Faux Succulents in Black + White Pot: Homegoods
Plant + Terracotta Pot: Lowe's
Assorted Bath Products + Candles: all from Homegoods