Warm Contrast

Warm Contrast (5)

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This bathroom went from outdated to fabulous.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

Crossville Tile Flooring - Familiar Territory in Mahogany

Shower Walls - Onyx Solid Surface tile in subway tile pattern with detail strip and crown molding

Bain Ultra Essencia Thermomasseur air tub

Special Features

The high contrast of the darker flooring and cabinets with the light quartz tops, tub and toilet gives the room a great visual impact at a first glance. The large air tub is a great way to relax at the end of a busy day. The shower, while similar to the size it was to begin with, is much lighter and open so it seems a lot larger.

Check out the full project!