Interior Design in the Greater Salt Lake Valley

Client Reveal: Main Level Bath

Hello there!  I'm thrilled to be sharing one of my favorite client remodels with you today!  I have been working on this 1970's ranch style home here in Salt Lake for the last few years, doing one room at a time.  It's now come to the fun part and we are doing some major renovations in the bathrooms and will be doing the kitchen here soon.

Sadly, we forgot to get a before picture before they started tearing everthing out.  Just imagine a yellowy beige everything.  The toilet was opposite of the window and it was just a poorly designed old looking bath. It is such a difference and I'm so pleased my clients family loves it as much as I do!
This bathroom is on their main level and will also serve as the guest bathroom when they have people over so, though her kids will be using this as their own bathroom, they wanted a sophisticated feel that would appeal to all ages.
We kept the palette light, bright and airy to give the illusion it is larger than it is.  
The palette of whites, grays and pops of the faux greenery keep it such  refreshing feeling.

We had the vanity custom made since the dimensions were not a normal size.  We went with a white craftsman look, and kept the design simple, but added narrow draws for functionality.  We got so much more storage out of this cabinet versus the old one. 

We picked out this gorgeous granite from a local granite quarry.  We were able to save some picking out a remanent.  Thats a good tip to save on counters for bathrooms.  Just google your local granite quarries and give them a call to see if they have anything that fits what you are looking for.  We love the beautiful movement and charecture this one has and give so much personaltiy to this space.

We found all of the tile at our local 
They offer wholesale pricing to the public.  I actually get better deals going there versus using my designer discount other places.  I have used them on several design projects and love their selection and quality of products.
We went with a marble looking porcelian hex pattern for the flooring.  We went with this option just for durablity sake.  She has young children using this bathroom and though marble is gorgeous, it just wasn't practical for so much use.  This gives the same look with out being so hard to upkeep.

 The shower we went with a standard white subway with white grout.
The niche in the shower is a marble hex.
The grout on the hex tiles in the shower and the flooring have a Silver Grout.
We know subway tile appears to be super trendy right now, but it actually is very affordable and has been around forever and will be sure to keep this bathroom very timless looking.
We just adore the chrome design details and love the shape of the light fixture.
This paired with the round mirror give off a new england timeless vibe, which we love.

The other accessories were found at our local target.  They always have such great decor finds!

 My client was able to make these faux roman shades with THIS pinterest tutorial that we found.  We just bought and extra shower curtain and it was simple easy and adds so much to the window, finishing off the space perfectly.

Thank you for taking the time to read this bathroom reveal.  It was such a dream to work on and both my clients and I love the finished result.  I'm finishing up her basement bath remodel soon and I can't wait to share that design with you.


Wall Color: Wash Basin by Kwal 

They were bought out by Sherwin Williams, 
but you can ask for this color at their store and they will have it on file.

Tile: Floor & Decor

Cabinet: Custom Made

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