Park Grove Remodel: Master Bathroom + Kids' Bathroom

Today we are sharing part two of our Park Grove Remodel reveal. In case you missed it, catch up on the before and after shots of the kitchen and family room here.


Although I love every room in this home, I have to say the master bathroom is my favorite, what a transformation! We totally gutted the master bathroom, getting rid of the dated glass block windows and the shower partition. The ‘her vanity’ had an unproportional length with its less than glamorous makeup vanity. Our client never used the makeup vanity so we decided to get rid of it and add towers on either side of the cabinet. This not only created more storage it gave the bathroom a more grand and luxurious feel. I love the look of black against gold, and this bathroom did not fall short with its modern brass hardware against the deep black vanity. 


After:

Ceramic Ribbon Vase | Charlotte Ceramic Pot


Before:


By taking away the block shower partition it really opened up the whole space. The marble subway tile next to the black vanity creates the perfect mix of classic and modern in this bathroom. We added an additional shower head, a hand held shower head, and a rain shower to give the ultimate spa experience to our clients from home. Typically walk in showers have trouble keeping in the heat, so by adding the wraparound glass the shower remains nice and steamy while also keeping the sight lines open.


After:


Before:

We got rid of the built-in tub and opted for a beautiful freestanding tub with a floor mount faucet. To warm up the space against all the marble, we selected these beautiful taupe drapery panels and a vintage rug.


After:


Before:


The kids’ bathroom is a shared space between a brother and sister, so we wanted to keep the selections neutral. This design was also intended to create a space that would grow with the kids as they became older. When doing a total home renovation there are spaces where we splurge and spaces where we save. We tend to splurge in the master bathroom and kitchen areas. The vanity was in good condition so it created the perfect opportunity for us to save, by giving it a fresh coat of paint.


After:

Laiken Hand Towel | Cement Flower Pot | Stoneware Canister


Before:


Laiken Hand Towel | Cement Flower Pot | Stoneware Canister


Photography by John Woodcock | Contractor: Holtzman | Park Grove Remodel

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