Shahs of Style has done bathrooms in the past, wether its a quick update or a full-on renovation but blogging about it is something I have been slow on. One of my favorite clients/people/lovely locals had a terrible experience with a contractor they hired themselves to transform a powder room into a small master bathroom. They realized within a short time that they made a colossal mistake! Within weeks, the shower started leaking, the grouts of the tiles were not filled correctly and clearly, it lacked any design aesthetic.
I was currently working on their family room when they approached me for help. Instantaneously and without hesitation, I worked on creating a design board for their bathroom. Below are pictures of the before:
Here is the design board I came up with. I kept it clean and budget-friendly.
Here is the what the bathroom looks like now : simple, mimics nature and a bit rustic
And more Before and After pictures (because you asked)!
Here’s what the Shahs of Stye team did:
- removed the 2 foot drop-ceiling above the old shower which added more space
- ordered and installed new floor and shower tiles
- implemented a new powerful yet functional shower faucet
- added a seamless glass shower door to show off those timeless subway tiles
- new lighting: one recessed light above the shower and two minimalist sconces
- client requested more storage so a mirrored medicine cabinet was perfect
- replaced the pedestal sink and faucet with a wood cabinet and black matte faucet
- fresh, new paint (obvi)
- new accessories that include towels from Target and plants from Home Depot
- new statement piece: a geometric wall and iron shelf above the toilet
I took into consideration that they liked elements of nature and greenery so I implemented that into the design process. The design of the bathroom coincided with their family room which mimics a Californian, modern and relaxed feel.