Bathrooms

Historical Harmony – Bath

Portfolios Design and Thoughts This master bathroom suite (bathroom/closet/laundry) was added on to the house built in 1920.Ā Ā Ā  It is classic elegance personified – high end plumbing products (Brizo faucets, Victoria + Albert tub, Toto toilet) and dazzling light fixtures are complemented by the warm tones of the herringbone flooring and warm marble countertops.Ā  The…

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Sleek & Functional with all the Things!

Portfolios Design and Thoughts Crisp, yet soothing. The classic look of the dark cabinetry is a welcome contrast to the paint color and the glass tile detail above the tub and in the shower niche.Ā The customer really wanted to enlarge their shower area but also wanted to keep a tub under the window, so the…

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Clean Cut

Portfolios Design and Thoughts This project is modern and bright. Lots of white tile used to keep with the era of the 1937 home. Just updated from the traditional nature of the original bathroom. Materials Used Express FramelessĀ Cabinets in Natural Walnut Quartz Countertops Penny TileĀ Flooring Subway Tile in the shower Special Features There was a…

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Skye Blue Hex

Portfolios Design and Thoughts This hall bath was a fun play on color and shape with the Skye blue Cambria top, Naval dark blue cabinets and mirror frame and the hexagon shape repeated thru the floor tile, detail tile in the shower and even the texture of the shower floor. Materials Used Shiloh Cabinetry –…

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Warm Contrast

Portfolios Design and Thoughts This bathroom went from outdated to fabulous. We kept a similar footprint but exchanged the large corner tub for a freestanding air tub and moved the wet wall on the shower to extend it a bit and open it up. Materials Used Shiloh Cabinetry – in Maple Cambria Notting Hill Countertops…

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Subtle Green Hues

Portfolios Design and Thoughts The homeowner was ok with the current layout, she just wanted to get rid of the large cultured marble tub/deck area. The shower stayed the same size but the tile went to the ceiling to make it appear much larger. She wanted to keep a traditional vibe in the bath to…

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Modern but Welcoming

Portfolios Design and Thoughts This bathroom is not huge, but the small changes we made sure made it feel so much bigger. Arching the entry into the master closet created a warm welcoming feeling as soon as you enter. It’s modern, yet cozy and inviting. The colors are subtle and cohesive. The homeowner wanted to…

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Serene Oasis

Portfolios Design and Thoughts The homeowner was looking for updated materials, freeing up space by removing a large tub deck, and adding additional storage to the vanity area. The end result is a serene, tranquil area for daily rejuvenation. Materials Used Custom Wood Products Cabinetry – in Maple painted Pearl. Kodiak Quartz Countertop Moen/Voss Fixtures…

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Master Bath with a Chevron POP!

Portfolios Design and Thoughts The space is bright and airy but the wood toned floor tile adds warmth and the chevron pattern adds special interest to the space. More storage! The new layout provided a tall linen tower to the right of the vanity knee space where items can be stored and are easily accessible.…

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Artistry Abounds

Portfolios Design and Thoughts The homeowner is an artist by trade and the feel now reflects her style and nod to having timelessĀ  classic lines mixed in with fun flooring tiles and textures. They wanted classic, but fun. We gave them clean classic lines in cabinetry and mixed in unique flooring tiles, shower accents, wainscoting…

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