We kept the footprint of the original vanity but rebuilt the entire look. These cabinets were crafted from alder and finished with a clear varnish.

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Simple sconces pair well with the metal framed mirrors.

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A black mesh pendant over the tub was our final touch to pull the look together

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We kept the footprint of the original vanity but rebuilt the entire look. These cabinets were crafted from alder and finished with a clear varnish.

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This Master Bath renovation was a complete redesign. The original layout had an unfortunate toilet placement and several 45 degree wall angles that were not using the space efficiently, not to mention the tiled tub surround that was eating up valuable space. 

 

Our goal was to build a more spacious shower, replace the tub with a free standing tub, remove a wall with an odd linen closet and relocate the linen storage. As a bonus we were also able to fit in a separate water closet for the toilet. All these changes meant a complete renovation with all new finishes. 

This young couple newly relocated to Portland from Colorado. They admired modern farmhouse baths with bold deco tiles. They also knew they wanted classic elements and clean lines.  I think we achieved a perfect balance to suit their style in our design by blending natural wood tones, classic shapes in the tiles and plumbing fixtures, and a bit of character sprinkled throughout. The beautiful encaustic deco tile was the leading star in our design and the other elements were carefully planned to balance out this showstopper. 

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