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Foxhall Remodel
Foxhall Remodel
WEST BAY HOMES real estate development
Example of a transitional master multicolored floor, double-sink and wallpaper bathroom design in Minneapolis with flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, white walls, an undermount sink, multicolored countertops and a built-in vanity
Custom Wall Papered Bathroom
Custom Wall Papered Bathroom
Mountainwood Construction
Amazing wall paper makes an impact on this one of a kind black powder room with gorgeous gold accents including an antique oval mirror.
Small eclectic single-sink and wallpaper bathroom photo in Other with black walls, raised-panel cabinets, black cabinets, an undermount sink, quartz countertops, black countertops and a built-in vanity
Westlake Estate
Westlake Estate
Mark Ashby Design
Bathroom - mid-sized modern kids' white floor, single-sink and wallpaper bathroom idea in Austin with recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white walls, a drop-in sink, white countertops and a built-in vanity
White blossom Master Bath
White blossom Master Bath
Trade Works Remodeling LLC
The East louisville Master Bath Remodel was in a patio home in the White Blossom Neighborhood. The hall bath was turned into a half bath and we converted the tub space into the master bath shower . This allowed for more floor space for aging in place as well as the opportunity for his and hers vanities.
Kids Bath
Kids Bath
Patti Ogden Design
Bathroom - mid-sized coastal kids' white tile and subway tile multicolored floor, marble floor, double-sink and wallpaper bathroom idea in San Francisco with recessed-panel cabinets, gray cabinets, a one-piece toilet, multicolored walls, an undermount sink, solid surface countertops, white countertops, a niche and a built-in vanity
Rozanna T.
Rozanna T.
EA Specialty Contractors
Contemporary Bathroom Remodel in Seattle, WA
Inspiration for a contemporary master wood-look tile floor, gray floor, single-sink and wallpaper bathroom remodel in Seattle with a hinged shower door, flat-panel cabinets, gray cabinets, an undermount sink, marble countertops, gray countertops and a floating vanity
RED TIDE HOUSE
RED TIDE HOUSE
Daliana Shaffner
Powder room, Wallcovering from Serena and Lily and shelf from Ets.
Small beach style 3/4 blue tile light wood floor, single-sink and wallpaper bathroom photo in Charleston with a one-piece toilet and a pedestal sink
Brattle Street Residence
Brattle Street Residence
White Builders Inc.
Master bathroom featuring double vanity, and large walk-in shower
Example of a classic white tile and marble tile double-sink and wallpaper corner shower design in Boston with flat-panel cabinets, blue cabinets, quartz countertops and a hinged shower door
Historic Ross
Historic Ross
Ann Lowengart Interiors
This large gated estate includes one of the original Ross cottages that served as a summer home for people escaping San Francisco's fog. We took the main residence built in 1941 and updated it to the current standards of 2020 while keeping the cottage as a guest house. A massive remodel in 1995 created a classic white kitchen. To add color and whimsy, we installed window treatments fabricated from a Josef Frank citrus print combined with modern furnishings. Throughout the interiors, foliate and floral patterned fabrics and wall coverings blur the inside and outside worlds.
Kirkwood Cottage
Kirkwood Cottage
Walter Studio Interior Design
Mid-sized minimalist single-sink and wallpaper bathroom photo in Atlanta with a two-piece toilet, a pedestal sink and a freestanding vanity
WILLOW MID-TOWN
WILLOW MID-TOWN
Kathleen Jennison
An Arts & Crafts Bungalow is one of my favorite styles of homes. We have quite a few of them in our Stockton Mid-Town area. And when C&L called us to help them remodel their 1923 American Bungalow, I was beyond thrilled. As per usual, when we get a new inquiry, we quickly Google the project location while we are talking to you on the phone. My excitement escalated when I saw the Google Earth Image of the sweet Sage Green bungalow in Mid-Town Stockton. "Yes, we would be interested in working with you," I said trying to keep my cool. But what made it even better was meeting C&L and touring their home, because they are the nicest young couple, eager to make their home period perfect. Unfortunately, it had been slightly molested by some bad house-flippers, and we needed to bring the bathroom back to it "roots." We knew we had to banish the hideous brown tile and cheap vanity quickly. But C&L complained about the condensation problems and the constant fight with mold. This immediately told me that improper remodeling had occurred and we needed to remedy that right away. The Before: Frustrations with a Botched Remodel The bathroom needed to be brought back to period appropriate design with all the functionality of a modern bathroom. We thought of things like marble countertop, white mosaic floor tiles, white subway tile, board and batten molding, and of course a fabulous wallpaper. This small (and only) bathroom on a tight budget required a little bit of design sleuthing to figure out how we could get the proper look and feel. Our goal was to determine where to splurge and where to economize and how to complete the remodel as quickly as possible because C&L would have to move out while construction was going on. The Process: Hard Work to Remedy Design and Function During our initial design study, (which included 2 hours in the owners’ home), we noticed framed images of William Morris Arts and Crafts textile patterns and knew this would be our design inspiration. We presented C&L with three options and they quickly selected the Pimpernel Design Concept. We had originally selected the Black and Olive colors with a black vanity, mirror, and black and white floor tile. C&L liked it but weren’t quite sure about the black, We went back to the drawing board and decided the William & Co Pimpernel Wallpaper in Bayleaf and Manilla color with a softer gray painted vanity and mirror and white floor tile was more to their liking. After the Design Concept was approved, we went to work securing the building permit, procuring all the elements, and scheduling our trusted tradesmen to perform the work. We did uncover some shoddy work by the flippers such as live electrical wires hidden behind the wall, plumbing venting cut-off and buried in the walls (hence the constant dampness), the tub barely balancing on two fence boards across the floor joist, and no insulation on the exterior wall. All of the previous blunders were fixed and the bathroom put back to its previous glory. We could feel the house thanking us for making it pretty again. The After Reveal: Cohesive Design Decisions We selected a simple white subway tile for the tub/shower. This is always classic and in keeping with the style of the house. We selected a pre-fab vanity and mirror, but they look rich with the quartz countertop. There is much more storage in this small vanity than you would think. The Transformation: A Period Perfect Refresh We began the remodel just as the pandemic reared and stay-in-place orders went into effect. As C&L were already moved out and living with relatives, we got the go-ahead from city officials to get the work done (after all, how can you shelter in place without a bathroom?). All our tradesmen were scheduled to work so that only one crew was on the job site at a time. We stayed on the original schedule with only a one week delay. The end result is the sweetest little bathroom I've ever seen (and I can't wait to start work on C&L's kitchen next). Thank you for joining me in this project transformation. I hope this inspired you to think about being creative with your design projects, determining what works best in keeping with the architecture of your space, and carefully assessing how you can have the best life in your home.
Weston Manor
Weston Manor
Cummings Architecture + Interiors
Example of a mid-sized country master marble floor, blue floor and wallpaper bathroom design in Boston with blue walls and a hinged shower door
Lower East Side Black and White Guest Bath
Lower East Side Black and White Guest Bath
Broderic Design
Inspiration for a small contemporary 3/4 single-sink and wallpaper bathroom remodel in New York with flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, white walls, an integrated sink, concrete countertops, black countertops and a freestanding vanity
Park Huntington
Park Huntington
Kennedy Cole Interior Design
Contemporary Bathroom Design: THREE SALT DESIGN Co. Build: Zalar Homes Photo: Chad Mellon
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary master white tile and subway tile porcelain tile, black floor, double-sink and wallpaper bathroom remodel in Orange County with flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, gray walls, an undermount sink, marble countertops, a hinged shower door, white countertops and a freestanding vanity
Altgeld Townhouse Renovation - Lincoln Park
Altgeld Townhouse Renovation - Lincoln Park
Peak Construction & Remodeling, Inc.
Inspiration for a small transitional 3/4 white tile and subway tile marble floor, white floor, single-sink and wallpaper alcove shower remodel in Chicago with shaker cabinets, gray cabinets, a two-piece toilet, beige walls, an undermount sink, quartz countertops, a hinged shower door, white countertops and a freestanding vanity
Via Serena Cottage
Via Serena Cottage
Wildheart Design
Guest bath remodel.
Bathroom - small contemporary 3/4 white tile and porcelain tile vinyl floor, single-sink and wallpaper bathroom idea in Los Angeles with flat-panel cabinets, turquoise cabinets, a two-piece toilet, white walls, a vessel sink, granite countertops, black countertops, a niche and a floating vanity
WILLOW MID-TOWN
WILLOW MID-TOWN
Kathleen Jennison
An Arts & Crafts Bungalow is one of my favorite styles of homes. We have quite a few of them in our Stockton Mid-Town area. And when C&L called us to help them remodel their 1923 American Bungalow, I was beyond thrilled. As per usual, when we get a new inquiry, we quickly Google the project location while we are talking to you on the phone. My excitement escalated when I saw the Google Earth Image of the sweet Sage Green bungalow in Mid-Town Stockton. "Yes, we would be interested in working with you," I said trying to keep my cool. But what made it even better was meeting C&L and touring their home, because they are the nicest young couple, eager to make their home period perfect. Unfortunately, it had been slightly molested by some bad house-flippers, and we needed to bring the bathroom back to it "roots." We knew we had to banish the hideous brown tile and cheap vanity quickly. But C&L complained about the condensation problems and the constant fight with mold. This immediately told me that improper remodeling had occurred and we needed to remedy that right away. The Before: Frustrations with a Botched Remodel The bathroom needed to be brought back to period appropriate design with all the functionality of a modern bathroom. We thought of things like marble countertop, white mosaic floor tiles, white subway tile, board and batten molding, and of course a fabulous wallpaper. This small (and only) bathroom on a tight budget required a little bit of design sleuthing to figure out how we could get the proper look and feel. Our goal was to determine where to splurge and where to economize and how to complete the remodel as quickly as possible because C&L would have to move out while construction was going on. The Process: Hard Work to Remedy Design and Function During our initial design study, (which included 2 hours in the owners’ home), we noticed framed images of William Morris Arts and Crafts textile patterns and knew this would be our design inspiration. We presented C&L with three options and they quickly selected the Pimpernel Design Concept. We had originally selected the Black and Olive colors with a black vanity, mirror, and black and white floor tile. C&L liked it but weren’t quite sure about the black, We went back to the drawing board and decided the William & Co Pimpernel Wallpaper in Bayleaf and Manilla color with a softer gray painted vanity and mirror and white floor tile was more to their liking. After the Design Concept was approved, we went to work securing the building permit, procuring all the elements, and scheduling our trusted tradesmen to perform the work. We did uncover some shoddy work by the flippers such as live electrical wires hidden behind the wall, plumbing venting cut-off and buried in the walls (hence the constant dampness), the tub barely balancing on two fence boards across the floor joist, and no insulation on the exterior wall. All of the previous blunders were fixed and the bathroom put back to its previous glory. We could feel the house thanking us for making it pretty again. The After Reveal: Cohesive Design Decisions We selected a simple white subway tile for the tub/shower. This is always classic and in keeping with the style of the house. We selected a pre-fab vanity and mirror, but they look rich with the quartz countertop. There is much more storage in this small vanity than you would think. The Transformation: A Period Perfect Refresh We began the remodel just as the pandemic reared and stay-in-place orders went into effect. As C&L were already moved out and living with relatives, we got the go-ahead from city officials to get the work done (after all, how can you shelter in place without a bathroom?). All our tradesmen were scheduled to work so that only one crew was on the job site at a time. We stayed on the original schedule with only a one week delay. The end result is the sweetest little bathroom I've ever seen (and I can't wait to start work on C&L's kitchen next). Thank you for joining me in this project transformation. I hope this inspired you to think about being creative with your design projects, determining what works best in keeping with the architecture of your space, and carefully assessing how you can have the best life in your home.
Kids Bath
Kids Bath
Patti Ogden Design
Mid-sized beach style kids' white tile and subway tile multicolored floor, marble floor, double-sink and wallpaper bathroom photo in San Francisco with multicolored walls, recessed-panel cabinets, gray cabinets, a one-piece toilet, an undermount sink, solid surface countertops, white countertops, a niche and a built-in vanity
Wynnewood, PA: Master Bathroom & Custom Closet
Wynnewood, PA: Master Bathroom & Custom Closet
Bella B Home Designs
White and grey bathroom with a printed tile made this bathroom feel warm and cozy. Wall scones, gold mirrors and a mix of gold and silver accessories brought this bathroom to life.
Drew Avenue
Drew Avenue
Jkath Design Build + Reinvent
Transitional mosaic tile floor, multicolored floor, double-sink and wallpaper bathroom photo in Minneapolis with shaker cabinets, light wood cabinets, blue walls, an undermount sink, white countertops and a built-in vanity
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