This narrow and outdated bathroom did not truly serve its purpose as a master bath until Margaret and the Restore North Shore team reimagined the space.
Borrowing unneeded square footage from the adjacent master closet, they broadened not only the bathroom’s size but also its scope. Now a cohesive relaxing space, the bathroom boasts a dual sink vanity with three decorative wall sconces, stand-alone glass shower and a decadent soaking tub, all harmoniously designed to be casually elegant, smart, clean, and refreshing. The beautiful pure white Restoration Hardware vanity, topped by classically elegant Carrera marble counter, with its transitional polished nickel pulls on two levels above and the open slotted shelf below combines storage, privacy and a comfortable ease of use; a style which is echoed in the clean lines of the plantation shutter window treatments, and the pure white Victoria + Albert tub which offers uninterrupted relaxation with its Newport Brass tub filler. The glass shower offers essential functionality without sacrificing light or the bathroom’s feeling of openness, simplistically trimmed in white subway tile, with a tall, narrow custom niche added for soaps and shampoos, bordered in Caesar stone. Careful attention to detail was paid to ensure all the fixtures, from the Visual Comfort sconces to the Kohler Artifacts plumbing, would naturally blend. The heated dark faux-wood ceramic floor, the seamless transition from the dark wood floors of the bedroom, creates the perfect contrast to the gleaming white surfaces and warm light overhead and on the walls.
The owner got all the luxury amenities they’d dreamed of, while still maintaining an uncluttered, restorative ambiance.