This Reeds Landing home featured a master suite that was in need of an update. The bathroom had green tile and brass fixtures and layout that just didn’t work for the homeowners anymore. Between the small closet, out-of-date aesthetic and dysfunctional flow, this family was ready to design a bathroom that “belonged in the Jefferson Hotel.”
To achieve that luxury master bathroom feel, we married classic features with modern design. We repainted all of the walls bright white to allow the gray accents to really pop. Gray is a very popular design choice that should stay in vogue for years to come, thanks to its neutral aesthetic. For ease of maintenance, the homeowner chose a ceramic tile that mimics the appearance of marble, helping to keep this luxury bathroom easy to clean and care for. The chrome pulls and gray cabinets draw out the different shades of gray displayed in the ceramic tile and countertops. The classic clawfoot soaking tub serves as a functional and creative contrast to the modern shower that has multiple chrome plumbing fixtures, including a rain shower head.
In both the fully custom closet and the master bathroom, we added white plantation shutters for privacy that allowed the natural light to enter both spaces. Adding a pocket door to the master suite closet helped to save space and add another element of charm to this remodel.