The list wish list they asked me to work from:
Keep the mirror and lighting - Create more storage that can hold boxes, towels, and photos - Change the floor tiles - Crisp simple lines - Oval sink (I suggested an under the counter sink) - New fixtures - New Counter top - New wall accessories - Use of blue in the design with a fun touch - Shaker style doors WITHOUT mitered corners - Keep it within their budget (I knew I would be able to come in under budget with my creative shopping)
After our consultation, I went home drafted a new design that took care of everything on their list.
|Working off of my drawing, solid maple cabinets were custom created and painted by my cabinetry maker. Soon after the installation, my client added blue glass knobs that she found. What fun and so easy to change for a new look down the road. The granite is a remnant from my granite supplier. This really helped stretch the budget.||.|
|This dark photo does not do the room justice. I wish you could see that the black granite had touches of steel gray/blue that worked beautifully with the wall color.|
The old bathroom floor and toilet before they got ripped out by the contractor.
The new ceramic floor that cost less than $1.00 per square foot.
You can also see a glimpse of the new toilet. I selected the color bisque for that and the sink. I forgot to mention I had to work around a camel colored shower stall that guided me in the floor and fixture selection. You can see a wee little bit of the shower stall next to the blue wall on the right.