About the Project
Here’s proof that a calm, relaxing primary bath can still be dramatic. While the vanity with drawers and tall storage are painted a moody off-black, the remainder of the materials amplify light and spaciousness. The cabinetry’s slab doors are further simplified by the sleek integrated channel pulls, thus eliminating visual distraction from hardware. A clear advantage of custom cabinetry is the ability to notch a cabinet around a ceiling beam, as seen on the far right. Additional cabinet storage is squeezed into a narrow space adjacent to the shower.
Despite its expansive feel, the footprint of the bath is relatively modest. To ensure there’d be enough room for two people, a space-saving trough sink (with two faucets) was chosen. The exuberant veining of the quartz countertop, backsplash and bookmatched shower walls are tempered by solid white tiles on the floor and shower pan. Contemporary touches are found in the streamlined wall-hung toilet (so easy to clean.) with accompanying wall-mounted flush plate, as well as the flush linear shower drain. But we still love the old standby of a tri-view medicine cabinet: two storage compartments and the simplest way to style the back of your hair.