Wildwood Master Bathroom Renovation
The owners of this home wanted a true spa-like experience when they entered their master bathroom. Storage was lacking, so they were looking for their new bathroom to have plentiful storage options without sacrificing sophistication. Their previous shower was small, so they desired a larger shower with a bench in its place. In addition, they wanted to eliminate the columns that were in front of the bathtub.
THE END RESULT
“The mirror turned out amazing,” says designer Kelly Uhlig. “It is a modern way to brighten up the space and serve as a focal point. When you walk into the master, the tub immediately catches your eye.”
In the end, each area of this bathroom renovation project has its own point of interest but works cohesively with the rest of the room. The rich wood tones give this bathroom class while the tile adds charm and fun. For storage, Kelly added glass in the paneled closet doors.
UltraCraft frameless cabinetry
Sonoma Tilemakers accents (behind tub and around mirror)
StonePeak tile in the shower
Jason Hydrotherapy “AirMasseur” tub
Delta shower and vanity fixtures in matte black
Caesarstone countertops in Statuario Nuvo
Mr. Steam towel warmer
County Glass & Mirror Co. custom mirror and shower door
Benjamin Moore paint for walls
Installed by RSI Kitchen & Bath