This bathroom renovation was a collaboration between DEANE and the client. The original floorplan was disjointed, with separated His/Hers vanities, limited storage, and a large built-in bathtub taking up an outsized amount of real estate. A good deal of thought went into the design to make it a functional yet beautiful space that was clean, open, and inviting.
Large-scale, 12×24 Dolomite marble tiles ground the floor, while statuary marble countertops sit atop a newly unified floating double vanity. The original tub was relocated, which added additional square footage to the room. Polished nickel shines on the hardware, faucets, and fixtures with subtle ribbing adding texture. The airy lightness of the primary bath is counterbalanced by the black metal framing around mirrors, light sconces, and shower doors. Additional storage was created in the His and Hers storage cabinets, painted in Benjamin Moore Coventry Grey for warmth, with niches for easy access to everyday needs. The unique wide plank wood and groove panels on the walls and ceiling provide visual interest. The original shower had angles in the back corners, which, when converted to straight lines, resulted in an expansive space with a chevron stone mosaic floor inset and a hidden niche so as to not detract from the finished effect.
Paul Johnson Photography
New Canaan, CT