Updated Victorian Kitchen

Master Bathroom:

A 1927 Tudor's jack-and-jill master bathroom was made into a true ensuite with an enlarged shower and double vanity.  The custom designed vanity now wraps where a door to a second bedroom used to be. Instead, additional open and closed storage captures this space. The honed travertine floors and walls add warmth and texture, while the wood tones in the vanity add a classic feel to the space. Articulating sconce lights were added over a repainted mirror to supplement the industrial painted and exposed radiator. The soft pale green color brightens the warmth of the stone and provides a strong contrast against the oil rubbed bronze fixtures.  

Guest Bathroom:

This simple pull and replace bathroom model was made dramatic by the use of high contrast paint colors, beautiful marble tiles, and classic traditional plumbing fixtures. Not all spaces need to be completely re-worked to be transformed. Dark earthy purple walls are contrasted by the glossy Crema Marfil marble and beadboard treatment on the walls. The smokey walls are complimented by the venetian bronze fixtures that nod to the age of the home. A furniture-style vanity and sink gives a little breathing room to the hall bathroom, making it feel spacious yet cozy and warm.

 
 

Of Note:

Master Bathroom:
Cabinetry: Kraftmaid
Plumbing Fixtures: Kohler Devonshire Oil Rubbed Bronze
Granite: Lapidus Gold
Stone Fabricator: Colonial Marble and Granite, King of Prussia PA
Artwork: Home Goods
Paint: Benjamin Moore, Paris Rain
Floor and Wall Tile: Durango Travertine
Mirror: Repurposed
Lighting: Hudson Valley Lighting

Guest Bathroom:
Cabinetry: Porcher
Plumbing Fixtures: Moen, Kingsley
Floor and wall tile: Crema Marfil Marble
Wall Paint: Benjamin Moore, Amazon Soil
Beadboard Paint: Benjamin Moore, Floral White


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