So fresh and so clean clean
There’s something to be said about having an en-suite bathroom off of your Master Bedroom. It’s your own private area - guests aren’t going in and out of it. You’ve finally arrived - congrats!
Our clients purchased a condo on Michigan Avenue that had a very generously-sized bathroom connected to their bedroom, but it left many things to be desired. The vanity was generously sized, but it only featured one sink basin, and the storage components were just not working for them. Not to mention, the finishes in the bathroom were classic early-2000s builder grade -12” x 12” cream tile everywhere, and the whole space was just super dated. It didn’t mesh with their personal clean, modern aesthetic and was a major missed opportunity.
We approached this bathroom transformation as a ‘rip-and-replace’. We did some light plumbing work to give them a second sink, but other than that - we ripped out of the old plumbing fixtures and replaced them with new ones. The bathroom itself does not have any windows, so we wanted to keep the finishes as bright as possible. Pale grey walls, white subway tile, and a glossy white floating vanity helped achieve this. But we couldn’t do an all-white bathroom for this client - they craved a little more interest and drama than that! A graphic porcelain tile floor is the perfect counterbalance to the otherwise super neutral space. Matte black fixtures, black grout, and black metal detailing in the lighting and medicine cabinets helps tie everything together in this super clean space.