Welcome back to the blog, everyone – this is a fun one! This week we’re revealing the stunning, NYC-inspired, Marda Loop master bathroom transformation that was featured in the September 2018 issue of Style at Home (thanks guys!).

THE INSPIRATION

Our clients stayed at the boutique Gramercy Park Hotel during their stay in New York City and fell for the clean, black-and-white aesthetic. They were inspired to bring this aesthetic into their own home and called us to help with the renovation of their master bathroom.

Reena and Alanna worked through 11 rounds of floor plan revisions until they settled on the perfect design!

BEFORE

AFTER

 

Every detail in this space was chosen to complement its surroundings. Our client gravitated towards the vanity faucets (pictured above) at the Empire Kitchen and Bath showroom and we chose to carry brass metals as an accent throughout the space.

Undoubtedly, one of our favourite additions to the bathroom were the drop-dead gorgeous vanity mirrors from West Elm. With the mirrors being essentially frameless, they added a unique touch without competing with the metal finishes.

One of the major splurges in this space was the brass shower fixtures we chose to install in the oversized marble niche. The marble works to break up the expanse of subway tile and to add warmth to the shower.

The previous corner tub was replaced with a sleek freestanding fixture. The industrial-inspired shower enclosure was designed by our team and expertly fabricated by our friends at Urban Glassworks. The exterior “mullions” are actually just applied metal trim, while the interior “mullions” were simply painted on! This allows for one smooth glass surface inside the shower for easier cleaning.

We love the classic and high contrast appeal of this bathroom space. The layered textures and simple palette give this bathroom design a timeless aesthetic that we hope our clients will enjoy for years to come.

Keep up on all of the behind-the-scenes action on our In House Instagram feed and Facebook Page!

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