The 1980’s bathroom had been premier in its time, but was in desperate need of modernization to fit the homeowner’s lifestyle. The bathroom was described as “homely” and was separated into his-and-her sides with the shower inconveniently placed in the center of the bathroom.
The bathroom was completely redesigned to provide better flow and usage, including space for large his and hers closets. There is an ease of movement and flow throughout that creates more space and luxury for starting and ending ones’ day. The multi-head steam shower and soaking tub align on one wall, and the sinks, mirrors, and vanity are opposite, creating a nice open area in the middle.
The entire bathroom is made from the Carrera Marble and Satin Nickel, inspired by the homeowner’s travels to Italy, a sense of elegance that one often doesn’t see in their lifetime. The elegance of this bathroom renovation shines naturally from the materials, and the craftsmanship brings out the details for a truly extravagant room.
Recognition: 2017 BATC Roma Award
Nor-Son Custom Builders
Scott Amundson Photography