The renovation of this Oswego master bathroom is a great example of how good design can work magic with an existing footprint. In upgrading the space, J&J was able to keep fixtures in their existing locations, but while creating a larger walk-in shower. Let’s take a tour of the newly luxurious getaway!
Before, the homeowners had a functional bathroom, with no major complaints about traffic flow or storage. However, they were eager to change the overall feel of their bath, while adding some luxe and a feeling of lightness. With a new color scheme and inspired tile choices, the result is a smoothly elegant space with touches of natural stone textures and shades.
Bumping out the shower to create more room was a big part of the transformation. In doing so, our team was able to add a shower bench – a feature that adds comfort and plenty of room for soaping, rinsing, and shaving. Lining the new shower walls: Mayfair glossy finish Suave Bianco 12×24 tile. These have natural stone-like variations and veining, providing a sophisticated look that’s easy to clean and care for.
The bench seat and shower threshold are topped with an upgraded HanStone Quartz in Fusion. The tranquil gray tones and warm whites are a soothing counterpart to the other colors the homeowners selected – you’ll see them again shortly. A new glass shower enclosure allows natural light to flow freely.
On the walls, you’ll see new insets lined with a durable porcelain tile: Galaxy Nero 2×2 mosaic. It’s also used on the shower floor – combining the practicality of porcelain with the dramatic contrast of a black textured sandstone underfoot. Shower fixtures are the Kohler Devonshire style in chrome and include a handheld sprayer. Our team also installed robe hooks, towel bars, and towel rings from the line to match.
A new tub became a gorgeous focal point in the remodeled space. After installing a Kohler Mariposa unit – chosen for its comfortable body-contoured design, as well as its extra length and width – J&J trimmed out the surround with additional Mayfair Suave Bianco tile and added matching Kohler Devonshire faucets.
The rest of the transformation continues on the other side of the room. The old cabinets – which lacked drawers – were replaced with new Woodharbor Vanity Cabinets in their Breeze style. The homeowners selected the sleek and handsome Stockman style – with just enough finish style to add a touch of visual interest to the vanity area. Soft-close doors and drawers keep everything working smoothly and quietly! The cabinet finish is another warm grey – Slate. It provides a harmonious blend with each new shade of tile, paint, and countertops, and gently grounds the room. We also painted the closet door to match.
The vanity counter features another shade of textured and grained Fusion from Hanstone. Slightly darker, it maintains the serene color scheme without being too matchy-matchy. The double sinks were replaced with our most popular bathroom sink model: Kohler Caxton, and topped with new Devonshire faucets to match the other fixtures.
Now for the final touches that really made the room come together – the new floor and wall paint. Check out the smooth Benjamin Moore Pelican Grey paint as it elevates the whole feel of this new room! Chic and a perfect backdrop for any accessories, the color is a sophisticated partner for the floor tiles: Atlas Eon Corinthian Gray in the 12×24 size.
Ready to see your own bathroom with new eyes and explore all the possibilities a remodeled space can offer? Get in touch to talk about your master bathroom makeover with a phone consultation. See more inspirational customer spotlights here.