Our team is headed to Dallas today to shop Dallas Market and attend the 31st Annual ARTS Awards Gala. As you may have heard, we are a finalist at this year’s awards. It should be a fun day and way to celebrate the start of 2020! Be sure to follow along on Instagram and Facebook as we share some of the behind the scenes photos of our day in Dallas. On today’s blog, we are going to share our first ‘Before & After’ of the year! Last month we toured the kitchen remodel of this project that was featured in Austin Home magazine. Today we will tour the master bath and bedroom remodel.
Before: Master Bath
The master bathroom had dated finishes and lacked the modern amenities that the homeowners wanted for the space. The master bath remodel required a dramatic transformation that included reconfigured cabinetry, a luxurious walk-in shower, and new soaker tub.
Here is another photo from a different angle.
After: Master Bath
Our client’s new vanity feels much more grand and glamorous. The cabinets, reconfigured in an L-shape, allows her to have a makeup vanity too. The cabinets are painted in Benjamin Moore Kendall Charcoal with acrylic and satin nickel cabinet pulls. The counters were replaced with a timeless Caesarstone “Frosty Carrina.” Oversized silver leaf mirrors and polished nickel sconces elevate the space with the modern look the homeowners wanted for their renovated bathroom.
The dated tub was replaced with a Victoria + Albert soaking tub. To bring in more natural light, three new windows were added above the tub. To the right of the tub, two ‘windows’ were added for more light to pour into the walk in shower. A polished nickel chandelier with stacked lucite cubes adds another touch of glamour to the bathroom.
After: Master Bedroom
In the master bedroom, the homeowners wanted a muted color scheme. Like other elements in their home, they wanted to blend both masculine and feminine details for a clean and modern look. We specified a tufted headboard in light gray with bedding in a steel gray color. The wall of the bedroom where the headboard best fit could only fit petite nightstands. To keep the wall from looking too cluttered, crystal lamps with a bronze voile shade add a hint of sparkle to the bedscape.
Our Ranch Home Remodel project was complex and full of design challenges. It is such a joy to see this home completed! To tour this home, follow this link to our portfolio.
We will reopen on Monday at 11 am. We will share more of our Dallas trip on next week’s blog!
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