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Erin and Dale's bathroom reno

Erin and Dale reached out to us about their bathroom, which was the opposite of what they wanted--bright, refreshing, and open. Between a strange angled wall, builder grade counters, a dark vanity, and a yellow paint that came with the house, the room was in need of some help!

We had a few problems to tackle: lighting, storage, and how to add a shower door. Since the bathroom has no exterior windows, our design incorporated an additional recessed can, in order to draw in as much bright light as possible. A custom vanity and cabinet made use of the cubby under the countertop, as well as making better use of the angled wall above the countertop. And by relocating the water hookups to the other side of the shower, we were able to add a clean, modern style swing shower door. Here's this gorgeous space now!

Erin and Dale wanted a space inspired by Santorini. We went with that same bright white and cobalt blue color palette, but softened in order to not overwhelm the small space. The soft blue accent tile is echoed in the paint color, sticking to a monochrome palette that simplifies the room. A whitewashed wood-look tile also feels lived in yet chic.

We love how this space came together!



Shower fixtures: Kube Bath

Faucet: Pfister

Lights: Lumens (These are the same lights we used in Mel and Mike's entryway!)

Bathtub: Signature Hardware, no longer available

Shower door: Houzz

Tapestry: Target

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