EGID wanted to share a bit of good news!
This Bathroom Remodel received the 2012 ASID North Chapter Award of Excellence in the Bathroom Remodel category.
The requirements for remodeling this master bathroom were to give the space a contemporary look while keeping all existing plumbing locations, enlarge shower, improve lighting and give the space a “more open, light and airy feel.” The clients also emphasized their preference for carpet on the bathroom floor.
In a long and narrow space I designed an undulating vanity top. This curvilinear variation of counter depth changes your perception of space width as you walk towards the tub, creating a dynamic effect, which is multiplied by its reflection on the mirror and the rhythmical presence of rectilinear LED lighting strips.
The original soffit with fluorescent lights and plastic egg-crate was lifted up with an outline that mimics that of the vanity. Flushed with the now taller mirror, LED frosted glass lighting strips provide lateral illumination at any height while breaking down and modulating the mirror’s length.
For those of you who requested information on the paint color palette I used in this bathroom, here it is:
Walls: Sherwin Williams “Yellow Beam” 7123
Ceiling: Sherwin Williams “Lemon Drops” 7122
Doors/Trims & Cabinetry: Sherwin Williams “Crescent Moon” 7124
The marble used throughout is: “Primo Capuccino” (Please be aware that different stone sources might have different names for the same stone).
I know I speak for my whole team when I say we are very proud of this space and how we were able to create a master bathroom that our clients will love for years to come!