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1.pngThe main bathroom is an instant eye catcher that features gorgeous details that keep you obsessed with this space. The floors are a color bodied porcelain in a grey hue, followed by complementary matte black chevron tiled walls surrounding the large free standing white soaking tub. Contrasting these darker elements are the polished porcelain shower walls imitating the Italian marbles reaching ten feet tall, paired with a matte white Cepac Retro Herringbone shower pan and a pure white maestroquartz waterfall edge shower bench.arbutus b & a.pngAn additional contrasting feature is the bright white maestroquartz Calacatta Venatina vanity countertops that achieve both style and durability. The eyes then drop down and over to the floating cabinets and linen tower painted in Iron Ore by Sherwin Williams that play into the darker hues of the space. The walls, painted in Sherwin Williams Crushed Ice, along with the gold hardware, white strie glass and antique brass chandelier bring depth to the space to make it inviting and relaxing upon arrival. To top it all off are dreamy his and her closets constructed from custom cabinetry. All of this works together to create a functional and beautiful space.arbutus floating vanity 3.jpgarbutus floating vanity 2.jpgarbutus floating vanity.jpgThe kids bathroom is fun and playful, but also sophisticated with its structured & divine cabinetry. The floors are made up of eight inch hexagon hand painted clay tiles with a geometric lined pattern in a sterling grey color. These bold tiles catch your attention the second you walk in. The walls are Toque White by Sherwin Williams complemented by the stain grade cabinets in a Toasted Barrel Minwax stain. The double sink vanity sits between two linen towers stretching up to the ceiling, providing plenty of storage space. The countertop is a pure white maestroquartz with a pencil flat edge style. Jumping over to the other side of the room, you will find the tub shower wrapped in a white bowtie tile and two floating stain grade shelves that tie into the vanity cabinetry.

This guest bathroom was transformed into a relaxing space full of cool tones. The Dossier Rectified Moonshine porcelain floor emanates a calming atmosphere. This bathroom had a tub to shower conversion wrapped in glossy low fired porcelain Giolia greige tile paired with a marquette herringbone shower pan. Alongside these elements are a mid century modern prefabricated vanity in a walnut finish topped off with a matte white quartz countertop, oil rubbed bronze rounded rectangular mirror and globe vanity lights. This bathroom would leave any guest wanting to plan their next visit.

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