The homeowners at Maggie had already completed some home renovations, as they were in the process of updating their entire home. They set their sights on their three bathrooms – an ensuite bathroom, primary bathroom, and powder room – to complete the transformation of their home.
Let’s get the bathroom renovations started with the powder room renovation
The powder room is dark and dramatic by design. The entire room is wrapped in a deep navy blue. We applied moulding on the walls bringing dimension to the small space. Adding to the moodiness, the fixtures are in black and gold. And, we bring warmth back into the bathroom renovation with a walnut vanity. Perhaps, the perfect touches to bring the powder room to life and wow the homeowner’s guests!
Moving on to the home’s main bathroom renovation
The homeowner’s teenager, who is the primary person that uses the home’s main bathroom, is now treated to a modern and utterly on-trend bathroom. We stuck to timeless finishes of the bathroom fixtures with a black and white colour palette. Then, we amped up the walls using luscious deep green paint. The beauty of using paint as the accent is, it can be changed in the future to give the room a whole new feel and create that fresh feeling all over again.
A contemporary-cool ensuite bathroom renovation where luxe meets oasis
The ensuite bathroom part of the home’s main bedroom is modern and serene with its neutral colours, warm tones, and matte finishes. Our interior designer completely reconfigured the space during the ensuite bathroom renovation process to suit the client’s needs.
The changes include removing the corner bathtub and installing a focal floating walnut vanity and a large custom-tiled, glass-enclosed, walk-in corner shower with a built-in soap niche. The black wall sconces and accessories add a contemporary-cool feel while the polished nickel fixtures bring the luxe edge, creating an oasis of an ensuite.