This 1960’s Bellaire ranch was in the right neighborhood but in serious need of updating to modern family standards. The master-bath with its typical separate closet dressing area and tiny footprint was too cramped.
Clever space-planning which included incorporating the hall closet into the master closet gave us the much needed space to expand. The furniture-quality cabinetry offers ample storage for all bathroom essentials such as towels, laundry, cosmetics, and more. The concealed electrical outlets allow the things that need to remain plugged in hidden neatly within the cabinetry. All of these features work together to maintain a clutter-free space and create the essence of luxury.
A rich monochrome palette, glass shower, and tile wainscot give this master bath hotel-like richness as well as classically stylized. The homeowner can change the look of this bathroom by simply changing accessories; this design will be aesthetically pleasing for many years to come. The metallic accents in the shower mimic the faucets and add elemental detail and visual interest.
The porcelain tile is almost indistinguishable from travertine, but has all of the cleanability and durability inherent with porcelain materials making this bathroom carefree and easy to maintain. The crosscut travertine counter material could have been a budget blower, but we were able to source this amazing product within their budget allowances.
This project was an amazing collaborative effort between my team, the homeowners and the remodeler, Brandon Lynch from Keechi Creek Builders.
Special thanks to Andrea Grove for the fantastic photography! The photographs are really stunning and bring out the rich quality of the materials!