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Contemporary & Chic Bathroom Reveal

Welcome to our final post in the Contemporary Chic series! We’ve worked with a family to restore their home after a house fire, and it’s been an honor to see this house come back together room by room. From the foyer to the family and theater room, to the bedrooms and kitchen, we’ve transformed this home into a contemporary chic haven where this family can come together and heal. This final post will focus on the bathrooms.

The Plans

The home post-renovation now includes four bathrooms that spread across the different floors: a guest bath on the main level, a shared Jack and Jill bath for the kids, primary suite bath (revealed in a previous post), and a family room level bath. Below are some of the mood boards that helped us visualize the final design and choose some of the details that make these spaces spa-like environments.

Basement Bath

We’ll start off with the basement bathroom. The walls are Mindful Gray from Sherwin-Williams which is our main color throughout the home. It’s one of my favorite colors, and I’ve even used it in my home! The basement bath is a full bathroom with a tub/shower combination. Marble ceramic was a major theme for all of the bathrooms, and for room we used it as the wall surround. We then matched the marble coloring in the shower niche with a skinny tile in a combination of stainless steel and glass tile.

We finished the floors in a light gray tile to match the dark grey vanity which features a raised pattern with shaker style doors. We paired the vanity with a 2-light vanity fixture and brushed nickel hardware, then framed added the final touches of a silver, textured framed mirror, a vase of white flowers, marbled art, and white details.

First Floor Bath

The standout feature in the first floor guest bathroom is the large shower with a bench. Marble was, again, our go-to for the shower wall surround, while the niche is tiled with stainless steel and ceramic geometric tile designs.

We were going to attempt to add a bathtub in this space but it was just too cramped. To make this a workable space, we rearranged quite a few things to work with the layout that turned out to be a little bit smaller than originally planned. To work with the window placement, we moved the gray, wood vanity opposite wall, paired it with a three-light feature light fixture, and an Art Deco-inspired geometric mirror. This turned out to be one of my favorite bathroom designs because of its simplicity and chic charm.

Kids Bathroom

To wrap things up we’ll share what we did for the last bathroom which is the Jack and Jill style bathroom nestled between the kids’ bedrooms. The client wanted to have a bit more color in this bathroom for her sons, so we opted for a blue vanity double sink with a marble countertop (continuing the marble theme). We went with a bathtub/shower combination, and paired the gray, textured wall surround in the shower with the gray floor tile and a Carrara Venato tile in the niche.

The double medicine cabinets gave the boys plenty of space for everything they need, and the silver framed mirror and brushed nickel lighting and hardware completed the space.

Thank you for going with us on this contemporary and chic journey! We’re so excited that the family can now settle into their refreshed home and make memories. We hope you enjoyed exploring the designs! Stay tuned for more project reveals and design tips, tricks, and favorites.

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