With the last of their children leaving the house to go off to college this Eugene couple came to us looking to complete a long overdue bathroom remodel. With a history of completing their own home renovations this was a task that they were thinking about taking on themselves, but after much consideration and being that they wanted to renovate both of the homes bathrooms it was decided that it was best to have the Castile team come in to help!
An open, bright, and airy space was created by choosing to use a decorative shower curtain instead of glass doors after replacing the tub surround. Recessed LED lighting in the shower brightens that end of the room, helping lighten and elongate this small space. A beach-like feel was cultivated using cool blue paint on the walls, and a natural colored Cultured Stone countertop makes a person think of sandy beaches. This, topped with a blue glass vessel sink and a Water-fall Faucet, combined with the wooden mirror frame makes one think of driftwood shores. The homeowner found sea-glass drawer pulls tying the space together for an inviting space reminiscent of a coastal cottage and long walks on the beach!
The concept for the master bath remodel was to create a space that was bright while enclosing the bathroom space from the bedroom area and adding additional closet space. When the bathroom was enclosed and redesigned, the space became large enough to allow two large double bi-pass door closets. The original bathroom area had a large sky light, and leaving that in in it’s existing location allowed plenty of natural light to filter into the room. To complement the natural lighting, and keep this space light and bright, a light colored solid surface shower surround with frame-less glass door-free panels was selected. The flooring is a neutral colored Luxury Vinyl Plank and the painted vanity with matching mirror adds bit of interest to this space without risking a too-dark feel.