This spacious master bath was once dull and dated but we gave it a bright and sophisticated bathroom renovation! The clients love shiplap and it was a great addition to the room. Rustic wooden beams were added for character and texture. There is a seating area with a LED mirror for applying make-up. Tall wall cabinets rest on the countertop allowing for plenty of storage. This bathroom is a perfect balance of coastal design and sophistication. It was the ideal bath design for a Portsmouth, NH seacoast home.
We placed the tub in the center of the room under a window giving us wall space for symmetrical vanities on each side. The floor tile is laid in a large scale herringbone pattern to reflect the angled ceiling. The Acacia wood mirrors and oil rubbed bronze Kohler plumbing fixtures add warmth to the white room. A beautiful wood beaded chandelier hangs above the tub.
The shower fits nicely between windows in the corner of the room. In the shower a “wood grain” tile was used in a vertical pattern to contrast the strong horizontal shiplap.
The bathroom cabinetry is Kitchen Craft’s semi-custom cabinet line used with the addition of custom cabinetry elements by Kountry Kraft. These include the blue stained floating walnut shelves and matching wood cap on the quartz backsplash.