Danville Transitional Master Bathroom Remodel
This Danville client approached Gayler Design Build with several home remodeling needs. A master bathroom renovation was at the top of their wish list.
COVID-19 presented many challenges for this project, including working around the family’s at-home work and school schedules. With everyone at home, it was especially challenging to manage and control the plumbing and electrical as it was intermittently turned on and off throughout construction.
Gayler Design Build was tasked with updating a dated ‘90s-style master bathroom. While the size was generous, the bathroom felt dim and dull thanks to a combination of beige walls, dark wood finishes, and a separate toilet and shower room with outdated tile floors and walls. This confined space also had a nondescript shower and toilet on one side of a door and a carpeted dual vanity area on the other. The bright gold sliding mirrored closet doors were also a bit of an eyesore.
As a result of actively following the best practices and guidelines provided by the CDC in response to COVID-19, Gayler’s safety measures were in place to effectively work around this Danville family's schedule with minimal disruption.
Once the demolition of the space was complete (including removing the two closets, vanity, and worn carpeting), Gayler's design team was able to give these homeowners’ the facelift they envisioned, giving it a brighter, more modern style—increasing the beauty and improving the function.
The old 90’s style vanity was replaced with a new shaker-style maple vanity painted in Stonington Gray. One large medicine cabinet-style mirror was replaced with two separate more stylish square mirrors. The cabinets were topped with a Linea pure white quartz countertop that brandished subtle taupe detailing throughout. Brushed satin nickel hardware, faucets, and three-fixture sconces added a little glam to the space and completed the look.
A beautiful, functional, large corner walk-in shower now sits at one end of the master bathroom. The shower walls were designed with large format beige tile and include a functional shower bench and brushed nickel shower fixtures.
For privacy purposes, the water closet was moved behind a single frosted glass door—its effect also added visual interest to the room.
With the old carpet gone, a lovely porcelain Pietra Italia gray tile covers the floor which contrasts nicely with the newly painted walls finished in Kelly-Moore Gallery Gray. The ceiling, doors, and trim are finished in Kelly-Moore Swiss Coffee.
Gayler transformed this dated, non-functional bathroom into a fresh, stylish bathroom that fits our client’s needs exactly.
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