Welcome back to our reveal series of the Bloom Project! This week we’re wrapping up Designer Danielle’s main level remodel with the master bathroom and powder bathroom.
Over the past two weeks we have revealed the bright and airy kitchen design, and the cozy and classic living room. For the master bath, a few structural updates were needed along with updated cabinetry design.
The goal of the master bath design was for it to be a relaxing and functional space. The vanity was designed to be clean and classic with lots of storage. A linen cabinet was designed on top of the vanity for accessible storage of the clients’ everyday bathroom essentials. Mirror inserts were an added detail on that cabinet which opened up the space and helped bounce light in and around the bathroom. Built-ins were added near the bath for towels, candles and other calming items.
The goal for the powder bath design was to make it look like a furniture piece. The client desired drawers rather than the traditional doors. The client wanted to pack some fun into this small space, so the soft gray vanity finish fit the design perfectly, along with the ceiling color and wallpaper. The halo-round lit mirror gives the space a nice ambiance for guests and for everyday use.
Our Designer Danielle enjoyed working on this project and she is confident that her clients will be happy in their new spaces for years to come.
“We continue to LOVE our redesigned home. I have suddenly developed good cooking skills since I have my beautiful kitchen. Our powder room is a show stopper, and our fireplace room is very cozy and functional. My master bath is gorgeous, and one of the workmen actually took photos of it to show his wife because he wants the same design in his house. Do you get royalties?”
– The homeowners of The Bloom Project
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