When the owners of this Michigan Avenue gem decided to refresh
their home with a new guest bathroom, XCED was thrilled to have
been chosen for the project. Originally appointed with an acrylic
bathtub and 12”x12” beige limestone tile, the homeowners chose a
wonderful and transitional combination of new and re-used materials.
The original vanity was reinstalled after we removed the original base
and fitted stainless steel legs to support a new show-stopping style.
The largest part of a bathroom design has to do with the tile
selections. The homeowners, expressing their love for high style,
chose to remove the existing bathtub so we could professionally hand
form a curb-less shower with a custom drain and a graceful fixed glass
panel. The stunning marble and glass basket-weave mosaic tile that
was chosen for the bathroom floors, creates an endless pattern across
the overall floors, and used again as an accent within the recessed
shower shelf. This small bathroom footprint, visually, grew ten-times
the size with these perfect design choices.
The final touches. Plumbing fixtures are multiplying every year as
companies such as Restoration Hardware take action on their
contemporary designs, as you see in this bathroom remodel. The
lavatory faucet, and complimenting shower fixtures from their
modern collection allow for smooth curves and rectangular elements
to merry beautifully. Topped with a back-lit, pivoting mirror, this
guest bathroom will take your breath away.