Bathroom Refresh

Last month, Marsha Sefcik Interiors took on a client who was looking to refresh their main floor bathroom. 

Their wish list included:

  1. flooring
  2. tub surround
  3. vanity, sink, faucet
  4. tub faucet and shower head
  5. lighting
  6. toilet
  7. window treatment
  8. paint

I set to work on creating a design that was in favour of their home’s era, the family’s overall style and budget. This bathroom being used mainly by their two young children and guests.

The project took a little over two weeks from start to finish.

Here is how it turned out.

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We added:

  1. hex tile to the floor,
  2. subway tile to the tub surround,
  3. board and batten to the walls.
  4. a pretty roman shade
  5. an antique dresser transformed into a vanity
  6. painted the walls
  7. new lighting
  8. new mirror
  9. new faucets

The piece de resistance in this space is definitely the vanity. It not only lends character to the space but also provides ample storage. The bathroom had a console sink before. This is a huge improvement. I like that it looks like a piece of furniture rather than a builder grade built in vanity. This bathroom isn’t large so the dresser fits perfectly in the space without looking too heavy.

We think the bathroom turned out beautifully. It now has some character which is in time with the home’s era. When renovating a bathroom, I think it is key to select pieces that are classic and timeless. This bathroom will still look great 10-15 years from now.

You have a bathroom in need of a refresh?

 

 

 

 

 

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