Completed December 2013
This 1925 historic Avondale home was in need of a master bath face lift. The previous owners had added on a master bath that was quite contemporary in taste, with pink sinks, countertops, tub and tiles, which did not suit the historic features, the classic architecture of this home, or the new owners’ taste. Our clients wanted to create a more traditional bathroom with a slightly modern flare, by using new materials that provide a classic, elegant feel.
The owners debated on completely removing the tub and creating one large shower, however due to the symmetry of the bathroom and the possibility of the owners relocating in the future, our design team discussed the resale and symmetry factors with them, and they agreed for numerous reasons it was best to leave a bathtub. A freestanding tub was selected which is the focal point of the bathroom as you enter from the master suite. A beautiful, chic chandelier was chosen to emphasize the tub as the focal point, which hangs in front of the new Anderson transom window.