Modern Traditions Interior Design LLC
10 Reviews

Lower Grove Ave. Bath in Richmond

A dramatic master bath and dressing room renovation. The homeowner wanted to create a serene master bath, with extensive storage while de-emphasizing the bathtub. They also wanted to keep access to their shoe closet. We designed a hinged door that seamlessly blends into the space while closed and neatly tucks the bathtub into a secluded, spa like space.
Project Year: 2016
Project Cost: $25,001 - $50,000
Country: United States
Zip Code: 23220
Others who worked on this project: HINGEWORKS Cabinetry & Construction
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The vessel sink, carved from an old teak log, floats on a concrete ledge. The walnut vanity is lit by Hennepin pendants from Room & Board. Photo by Sara Eastman
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The half wall was built to create some privacy from the entrance to the bathroom. Photo by Sara Eastman
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This bathroom captures the homeowner's vision of a serene and peaceful master bath and dressing room. Photo by Sara Eastman
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The teak log was carved and coincidentally had two small spaces suited for soap and decorative seashells. Photo by Sara Eastman
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Hinge Cabinetry and Furniture Photo by Sara Eastman
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We created a statement piece with a decorative facade that neatly tucks away the bathtub. The tub is flanked by ample closet space. The homeowner did not want the bathtub to appear as a bathtub, we succeeded! Photo by Sara Eastman
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The homeowners wanted to access their existing shoe closet from the bathroom. So the doors were created to blend in seamlessly. Photo by Sara Eastman
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The homeowners wanted to access their existing shoe closet from the bathroom. The doors were created to blend in seamlessly. Double hinges and a wheel made it possible. Cabinetry and bath facade by Hinge Cabinetry and Furniture. Photo by Sara Eastman
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The bathtub is tiled in a shaved river rock mosaic. The wood facade features a proud decorative arch and is painted the same green as the walls. Photo by Sara Eastman
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This bathtub is truly a serene escape. The two lights on dimmer switches make sure that the homeowners aren't bathing in the dark. Photo by Sara Eastman
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