Our clients were living with outdated, dark bathrooms in their new home. The dull palette of warm neutrals did not reflect the couple's traditional style. After noticing several renovation projects by JRP in the neighborhood, they were impressed with the professionalism and the process they observed. After receiving a Pardon Our Dust courtesy letter from JRP, the couple decided to call for a consultation. Their wish list was clear. They wanted the design to be light, airy and white, and it had to reflect their East Coast roots. Working with the original footprint, JRP completely transformed the space, creating a tranquil master suite rich with traditional detail. The result is an effusive celebration of classic style.
Now, the radiant rooms glow. A cluttered bathroom storage area was removed to enlarge the master closet. Inside, a separate dressing space is finished with upgraded storage and refined built-in cabinetry with recessed panels. Pops of glam such as Robert Abbey glass chandeliers and brilliant bits of chrome are moored by traditional elements like crown molding, porcelain tiles, and a quartz-clad drop-in soaking tub. Large windows in the master bath and funnel skylights in the closet harness the natural light to stunning effect, sweeping the rooms with the cool feeling of fresh air. The master bath and closet are painted in a lovely “Sail Cloth” white, adding soft depth to the uncomplicated elegance of both rooms.
• Style: Transitional
• Countertops: Vadara Quartz – Calacatta Dorado
• Cabinets: DeWils Recessed-panel, painted white
• Hardware/Plumbing Fixture Finish: Chrome
• Lighting Fixtures:
Master Closet: Skylight Sun Tunnel
Master Bath: Robert Abbey, Glass Chandelier
Floor: Calacatta Dorado Porcelain Tiles w/Accent
• Tile/Backsplash: Shower Surround: Ceramic Blanc/Crackle
• Paint Colors:
Master Bath & Closet: Dunn Edwards Sail Cloth
Hall Bath: Benjamin Moore Ballet White
• Other Details: Drop-in soaking Tub
Photographer: J.R. Maddox