Our clients recently moved into an older house in a charming Salt Lake City neighborhood called the Avenues. The home was full of character and charm, but in drastic need of updating! It lacked a true “master’s suite,” so it was our job to create one!
You can see more of the process and behind the scenes in our
The bathroom was covered in ivy wallpaper and black mold, which obviously needed to go! Our client and his dad did the demo themselves. While they were remodeling their upstairs, the couple lived in the basement.
There was a long list of wants for this project — a tub, shower with benches, and a double vanity. We had to be creative with a brand new layout to fit everything!
We wanted to keep the traditional roots that came with this home and update it with modern touches.
Our client wanted a white bathroom with a lot of marble, which could easily look too cold. By adding a variety of texture and textiles, we warmed up the bathroom with accessories from McGee & Co. Choosing a rug that’s not traditionally in the bathroom gives the place a very curated, luxurious feeling. The
Not only were these
We added a simple
Here we layered our small
We played with scale in by using a marble hexagon tile in the bathroom and mirroring it with a smaller size in the shower.
With it’s rich amber tones and tortoise shell pattern,
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